VANCOUVER, BC – CRAFT 1861 Global Holdings Inc. (NEO: HUMN) (NEO: HUMN.WT.A) (the “Corporation” or “Craft Global”) announces today that Ryan Boone has resigned as a director of the Corporation due to personal considerations and his desire to pursue and focus on other challenges.
The Corporation’s board of directors (the “Board”) would like to thank Mr. Boone for his contributions and wishes him every success in his future endeavors.
The Board will be evaluating alternatives with respect to appointing a new independent director to fill the vacancy.
About Craft 1861 Global, Inc.
Craft Global is a minority-led, U.S.-based health and wellness company. Craft Global aims to capitalize on what management believes is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to create a global household name by consolidating global demand for cannabis and making it a mainstream component of health and wellness lifestyles.
Craft Global operates within the non-psychoactive, hemp-derived CBD space with consumer-packaged goods containing zero THC. Craft Global is also a vertically integrated cannabis company in the state of New Mexico, and expects to expand into other legal jurisdictions through the sale of its proprietary intellectual property.
Since its inception, Craft Global has been focused on ensuring the highest levels of compliance with all applicable standards, which allowed Craft Global in 2019, at the Indianapolis 500, to become the first broadcast network-approved and telecast CBD sponsor with its sponsorship of IndyCar Carlin Racing, broadcast on NBC. Craft Global’s 2019 World Boxing Council (WBC) partnership was the first CBD sponsorship for a global professional sports organization. This careful and thoughtful approach to the industry has helped Craft Global sign exclusive, long term and multi-year strategic licensing rights partnerships with a number of the world’s largest and most respected sporting, entertainment and lifestyle brands, athletes, entertainers, celebrities, and corporations, including WBC, Moto GP, Formula E, Pramac Ducati, World Surf League, a global motorsport league, a Premier League football club, a premier international sprint-sailing league, a premier global sailing race and a leading collegiate IP agency – providing access to billions of engaged digital customers.
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