COSTA MESA, CA–(Marketwired – Mar 28, 2014) – Vitamin Blue, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: VTMB) announced today that it has begun selling a new line of grow tents for medical marijuana online. First disclosed in Q4 of 2013, the company is offering two separate sizes to begin with and will be available online via their ecommerce platforms including VitaminBlue.com, eBay.com, and Amazon.com.
The Mylar grow tents require little work to setup and no tools are necessary. They are durable, waterproof, and are ideal for both hydroponic or soil based cultivation. The tents are popular with medical marijuana patients and caregivers to grow their own medicine at home as opposed to buying from dispensaries. This addition to Vitamin Blue’s inventory coincides with previous news about moving into this space and the recent retention of James Davis as a consultant with vast experience in the Medical Marijuana industry.
“This is just another step for us in our long term plan to open new market opportunities to grow our revenues as a company and provide our shareholders with value,” commented CEO Frank Ornelas. “This is an exciting and fast moving space and we are excited to jump in and get started. With some guidance I’ve personally selected these grow tents to be our first offering in this industry as strategically it makes sense with the goals and opportunities we have planned.”
About Vitamin Blue, Inc. (www.vitaminblue.com): Vitamin Blue designs, develops, produces and distributes water boardsports apparel, accessories and related products. Founded in 1999, the Costa Mesa, California based company is part of the consumer goods sector and non-durables industry.
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