LAS VEGAS, Jan. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Hemp, Inc. has unveiled its redesigned MarijuanaIncorporated.com, an informative portal into the corporate structure of Hemp, Inc. and a preview of the dedication the company has made to Internet prominence. These vast changes share the common goal of continuously simplifying and integrating the products and services to meet our customer’s changing needs.
Hemp, Inc.’s President, David Tobias, stated, “We are fortunate to have been able to assemble a dream team of Internet developers. This website is a taste of things to come as Hemp, Inc. expands its virtual positioning. Some of the banners on MarijuanaIncorporated.com promote web concepts ‘coming soon’ and we do mean exactly that. Our entire suite of websites is in cue for a makeover, but initially, the fact is that we have a premier piece of Internet real estate in Hemp.com and the time is right to take it to the next level. It is the main focal point of our developers and we’ll settle for no less than a masterpiece.”
In addition to a refreshing new design, MarijuanaIncorporated.com features include:
- More ways to connect and engage with Hemp, Inc. and their consumers
- Simplified, integrated navigation
- Continuous updated content
- Increased flexibility
Apart from a completely new layout; the website offers expanded content with added features.
MarijuanIncorporated.com’s goal is to offer ancient hemp solutions for today’s modern world while educating people of hemp’s many benefits and medicinal properties. The newly designed site includes connection to the upcoming Hemp University and Hemp.com Marketplace to buy all types of hemp wares. The site also serves as a portal to its parent company, Hemp, Inc.’s newsfeed.
Bruce Perlowin, CEO of parent company, Hemp, Inc. said, “MarijuanaIncorporated.com gives more data and analysis, improved search, and greater user security. We are extremely proud of our new site. Due to the business strategy and requests from all channels, we felt it is important to update our site to reflect our current complexion and to also show our vision for the future. The new web site is a reflection of what’s important to us as a company; so we go with a totally fresh look to reflect Hemp, Inc.’s focus on three “C’s” – Customer, Caring, and Creativity. We feel that the overall tone of the new site shows our caring mindset in our approach to our business partners and employees.”
CEO of Compassion Capitol, LLC, (Bruce Perlowin‘s son and Project Manager for the Hemp.com website’s remake), Aubree Arias elaborated, “As part of renewing and updating Hemp, Inc.’s web presence, I am exceptionally excited to lead the project for re-envisioning Hemp.com. Not only are we working on improving the look, feel, and functionality of the site, we are expanding the reach of Hemp.com to incorporate the entire healthy living and sustainability movements; as hemp is a core component of both. Hemp.com and our e-commerce site will provide a venue to learn, shop, discuss, and share with a like minded community about how to live a sustainable lifestyle for the benefit of every individual and the entire planet. This will expand the reach of Hemp, Inc. to a marketplace that is estimated at $290 billion dollars a year and growing rapidly. We will endeavor to make hemp synonymous with healthy living and a sustainable planet with the Hemp.com updates, and to help bring industrial hemp back to the station it belongs as a positive resource for humanity. We look forward to welcoming our growing community to work with us to help make Hemp.com a premier website for healthy and sustainable living in the coming months and years.”
Hemp is the future. MarijuanaIncorporated.com will take you there.
ABOUT HEMP, INC.
Hemp, Inc. (OTC: HEMP) focuses on the vast market created by the quickly emerging, and growing, multibillion dollar industrial hemp industry. Hemp, Inc. (OTC: HEMP) is not involved in the cultivation or marketing of medical marijuana.
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Paragraph 1 – MarijuanaIncorporated.com is now HempInc.com
Paragraph 2 – Hemp.com ended by Hemp, Inc. filing a lawsuit against the owner of Hemp.com for contract violations. Based on our inability to work with the owners of Hemp.com we moved forward in creating HempInc.com.
Paragraph 4 – Hemp University never materialized and Hemp, Inc. has filed a lawsuit against Hemp.com.
Paragraph 6 – Aubree Arias was on a long list of developers that could not work with Hemp.com, thus leading to Hemp, Inc.’s lawsuit against Hemp.com