FOUNTAIN HILLS, AZ–(Marketwired – Oct 21, 2014) – ML Capital Group, Inc. (OTCQB: MLCG), owner of the SuperStar Vapor Pen™, the SuperStar Dispensaries smart phone application, and SuperStar Medical Marijuana Recipe Book, is pleased to announce that it started to add sales representatives in Europe. One of its reps based in Oslo, Norway has begun to sell products in that country, and additional sales are anticipated in Helsinki and Copenhagen in the next few weeks.
ML Capital Group CEO Lisa Nelson stated, “Based on our research, the market for electronic smoking devices and accessories in Europe in huge. We have already established channels and representatives to sell our product overseas, and believe this expansion of our reach will take us to a whole new level.”
About ML Capital Group, Inc.:
ML Capital Group, Inc.’s primary business consists of producing products and providing services that support the medical marijuana industry and that enhance the lives of the patients that have turned to medical marijuana/cannabis to manage their various ailments. The Company is currently producing and marketing its products and services under the SuperStar Products® brand name, including vapor pens, mobile applications, and books. The focus of the Company is to sell products and services that do not include the growing, manufacture, or distribution of medical marijuana, cannabis, or cannabis by-products. This places the ML Capital Group, Inc. as one of the safest types of companies to invest in within the entire medical marijuana industry.
ML Capital Group’s stock is traded on the OTC Bulletin Board and OTC Markets where it is listed in the QB marketplace as a current reporting company. You can access the Company’s stock quote directly from OTC Markets at www.otcmarkets.com/stock/MLCG/quote. To find out more information on the Company, visit its website at www.mlcapitalgroupinc.com.
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Stuart T. Smith