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Hemp, Inc. Releases Its 2015, 4th Quarter Hemp Nation Magazine

LAS VEGAS, NV–(Marketwired – Oct 19, 2015) – Hemp, Inc. (OTC PINK: HEMP) announced, today, the release of its quarterly industry publication, The Hemp Nation Magazine (HNM). The 6th “fall/holiday game changing edition” is expected to grab the attention of hemp industry advocates and supporters, as this issue focuses on the rise, fall and resurrection of the hemp industry in America. The online, digital news source is designed to inform, educate, raise awareness and connect the public to the industrial hemp industry by reporting on Politics, Industrial Growth, Banking, Distribution, Medical, Lifestyles and Legalization.

According to The Hemp Nation Magazine‘s editor, Darlene Mea, the media staff continues to define the overall editorial direction for the magazine by maintaining the tonal and aesthetic consistency of the Hemp, Inc. brand across all platforms. “Our mission and goal is to have The Hemp Nation Magazine be the first go-to resource for industrial hemp advocates and supporters seeking credible, current, engaging and curated content,” says Mea.

According to the magazine’s publisher, Robert Herman, The Hemp Nation Magazine has garnered nearly one thousand subscribers in less than two months and has fifteen advertisers featured in the magazine. Herman and Mea continue to increase the content and add industry-related articles with celebrity tidbits thrown in the mix.

Bruce Perlowin, CEO of Hemp, Inc., said, “I am very pleased with the direction in which The Hemp Nation Magazine is going. We believe our industry publication is editorially savvy, digitally appealing, extremely informative and politically engaging.” Perlowin continued, “This edition envelopes the maverick spirit that prompted us to start this publishing venture.”

The feature story in the current issue is “Hemp Industry: The Rise, Fall and Resurrection of an American Industry,” by Kyle Ladenburger, which discusses how the “incredibly useful crop (hemp)” became “inaccessible and steeped in controversy.” Readers also learn how “new technologies are only beginning to unlock new possibilities” in the article, “Hemp: It’s on its Way to Your Car Battery and Many Things You Haven’t Yet Imagined.”