Dallas, Texas – December 29, 2016 – Puration, Inc. (PURA) today released a confirmation and update regarding its $1 million collaboration agreement with Spanish Peaks ScrumpDelicacies. Earlier this year, PURA and Spanish Peaks entered into a collaboration agreement to produce a line of cannabis Infused beverages. In conjunction with the agreement, Spanish Peaks conducted a cannabis beverage naming contest and announced the contest winners on October 21, 2016:
Since the contest, Spanish Peaks has worked to establish brand name trademarks and to develop beverage formulations. Spanish Peaks reports that progress has been slower than anticipated due to the unfortunate and very unexpected passing of a senior Spanish Peaks partner and manager. Today, Spanish Peaks is happy to announce that the Company has made some exciting new progress anticipated to not only get the beverage production process back on track, but to add some exciting new features to the business plan. The new progress is expected to have a very positive impact on the existing collaboration agreement with PURA. Look for details on the new progress coming soon.
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Brian Shibley, CEO