NetworkNewsBreaks – Supreme Cannabis Company Inc. (TSX.V: FIRE) (OTCQX: SPRWF) (FRA: 53S1) Releases Q2 2019 Financial and Operating Results

Supreme Cannabis Company (TSX.V: FIRE) (OTCQX: SPRWF) (FRA: 53S1) this morning announced the release of its financial and operating results for the three and six months ended December 31, 2018. According to the update, Q2 2019 highlights include: revenue of $7.72 million, reflecting a 359 percent increase from Q2 2018 and a 50 percent increase from Q1 2019; a net comprehensive loss of $1.55 million, compared net losses of $2.03 million in Q2 2018 and $5.39 million in Q1 2019. In addition, Supreme Cannabis strengthened its balance sheet during the quarter by raising gross proceeds of $100 million through a bought deal offering of 6 percent unsecured convertible debentures due 2021 led by GMP Securities L.P. and BMO Capital Markets. The company’s wholly-owned subsidiary, 7ACRES, was deemed Brand of the Year at the 2018 Canadian Cannabis Awards and completed first shipments of its branded cannabis to six of Canada’s provincially regulated adult-use channels. Supreme Cannabis also engaged Medipharm Labs Co. to facilitate launch of the company’s cannabis oil products line and entered into a international partnership agreement with Khalifa Kush Enterprises to develop and launch premium cannabis products for the Canadian and international markets excluding the U.S.

“During the second quarter we made our first shipments of 7ACRES-branded product to adult-use markets in six provinces,” Supreme Cannabis CEO Navdeep Dhaliwal said in the news release. “The consumer feedback has been overwhelmingly positive. Cannabis enthusiasts are vocal about their passion for high-quality cannabis. We believe 7ACRES has quickly established itself as Canada’s only premier cannabis producer at scale. With construction on the flowering room at 7ACRES scheduled to be completed by the end of March, we’re looking forward to increasing our production capacity to help meet consumer demand and drive further revenue growth throughout the year.  This quarter validated many aspects of our consumer driven market thesis and demonstrates the strength of our intellectual property around scaled cultivation.”

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About Supreme Cannabis

The Supreme Cannabis Company is a Canadian publicly traded company committed to providing premium brands and products that proudly reflect its consumers, people and uniquely innovative culture. The company’s portfolio includes its wholly-owned subsidiary and multi-award-winning brand, 7ACRES. 7ACRES is a federally licensed producer of cannabis operating inside a 440,000-square-foot facility in Kincardine, Ontario. 7ACRES is dedicated to providing consumers with a premium-quality product that recognizes its customers are informed, discerning and value a brand and culture that aligns with their principles. 7ACRES brand success has been reflected in its “Brand of the Year” award at the 2018 Canadian Cannabis Awards, “Best Licensed Producer Branding” award at the 2018 AdCann Advertising Awards and in provincial supply agreements where 7ACRES’ product is consistently listed in the highest brand category available to recreational consumers. The company’s growing portfolio also includes an equity investment and long-term global distribution partnership with Lesotho-based Medigrow for the exporting of medical-grade cannabis oil. The Supreme Cannabis Company has been a leading innovator in the sector including the design of growing facilities and development of operational excellence metrics. It is confident that together with its flagship brand, proprietary technology and products, truly unique culture, and industry-leading team, the company will deliver its shareholders consistent long-term value creation. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.Supreme.ca.

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