NetworkNewsBreaks – Sugarmade Inc. (SGMD) Prepares First Closing of BZRTH Acquisition; CEO to Call Special Shareholder Meeting

Sugarmade (OTCQB: SGMD), one of the largest publicly traded hydroponics supply companies moving into the industrial hemp space, today announced that it is now prepared to complete the first closing of its BZRTH, LLC acquisition. As a major supplier to the hydroponic and hemp cultivation sectors, BZRTH produces more than $30 million in annual revenues. In addition, the company is in the process of organizing a special meeting of shareholders to elect new directors, including at least two independent directors with no “material relationship” to the company. “It is an exciting time for Sugarmade, especially as the California licensing and legislative agenda continue to show strong promise. We have aggressive expansion plans and both the first closing of BZRTH and the beginning of hemp cultivation operations in conjunction with Kentucky-based Hempistry, Inc. are major milestones for our company,” Sugarmade CEO Jimmy Chan stated in the news release.

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About Sugarmade Inc.

Sugarmade, Inc. (OTCQB: SGMD) is a product and branding marketing company investing in operations and technologies with disruptive potential. The company is becoming a leading supplier to the growing hemp and cannabis industries as a non-plant touching provider of cultivation and processing supplies to industry players. The company is in the process of acquiring several leading hemp and cannabis supply companies that are currently producing in excess of $70 million in annual revenues. Sugarmade is also an investor in fast growing Hempistry, Inc., a Kentucky-based cultivator and processor of industrial hemp and hemp distillates and isolates, and operates Carryoutsupplies.com a leader provider to the quick service restaurant industry. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.Sugarmade.com.

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