ST. PETERSBURG, FL, March 30, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- FutureLand Corp (AEGA), a recent subsidiary of FutureWorld Corp (FWDG), a leading provider of grow facilities and solutions to the global cannabis industry, announces the following letter to its shareholders from its CEO, Cameron Cox:
Dear Fellow Shareholders, as the CEO of FutureLand Corp, I would like to update all of you on our current business progress and upcoming events:
As many of you may know, this move to become publicly traded company has been in the works from the company's inception and we should start trading on the OTCQB as FutureLand Corp in two weeks. It has always been the business model of FutureWorld Corporation (FWDG) to incubate companies that were marked to have a strategic and competitive advantage within the cannabis industry and, at the appropriate time, spin them off on their own. This process involves identifying the pain points of the industry and then the specific areas we feel need to be engaged. After that, we splice apart the "good" opportunities from the far better ones so that we can achieve above average returns for the company and its shareholders. This is not rocket science, but it does take an understanding of growth, a sense about upcoming trends and an eye to overcome and succeed against any obstacle. FutureLand Corp was born out of this pool. And it is upon this foundation that we march toward a budding triumph, by securely putting this seminal milestone behind us and charging headlong into the fray. It is a big step, but one in which I am proud to fulfill. With your support, we have an opportunity to become forerunners and placeholders in the race to hold a dominating position for decades to come in an industry that has not even begun to crest. Recent numbers for 2014, released by the State of Colorado, posted approximately 150,000 pounds of flower and nearly 5 million edible products into consumer's hands. The Pied Piper is playing a note so melodious that you don't even need to be a rat to hear it!
FutureLand Corp began as FutureLand Properties, LLC, a Colorado company, formed on Oct. 6th, 2014 after the laws in Colorado changed allowing cultivation centers to be separate from dispensaries. We immediately saw the implications of this change and closed on 240 Acres of land in southern Colorado three weeks later. But this is only the beginning. Our current model involves a wide range of methods by which we can take hold of the direction and supply of cannabis in the United States. I believe that by controlling the actual product we can control the economic destiny of the company, which is the nearest thing to safe we can have in this industry--for now.
FutureLand Properties, LLC, our first subsidiary, currently has two signed leases for our land in Colorado. One lease is with the Colorado Flower Company, LTD and the other is with GPS, La Vita, Inc. Both leases are for five years, plus renewals. The projected revenues are very nearly jaw-dropping. We will continue to outfit the property and look for new opportunities both in Colorado and other states. Some of the obvious places for FutureLand Corp to be is Washington, California, Oregon, Arizona, Nevada and Alaska. But there are a great many other good markets for medical marijuana right now that will not be overlooked. Currently, FutureLand Corp does not sell, distribute or profit from cannabis, but this will likely change as the market opens up allowing us the ability to do so. Currently, there are already signs that appear to suggest that it won't be long before cannabis is moved to schedule 2. Even now, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has allowed a share registration to proceed for a company whose business model includes cultivation and sale of marijuana, which are both illegal under federal law, but legal under some state laws. In addition to that, there are some other positive federal initiatives that have taken place in 2014: 1) The Supreme Court recognizes States' rights to regulate marijuana; 2) Congress bans the government from interfering with state medical marijuana laws. Also, it is being projected that a handful of additional states will move to legalize retail cannabis this very year. This is the calm before the storm.
So what might this look like you ask? I'm glad you did. Our forecasts over the next five years offer numbers in the hundreds of millions of dollars. The truth is our real problems will lie in the continued execution and management of the exploding opportunity. Not its viability. Cannabis is a product innate with demand--fraught with enduring magnetism. Medically, we are seeing testimonial after testimonial for its benefits that are spreading by word of mouth and virally all over the internet. Most people now know friends and family who are being benefited by marijuana on scores of levels. Retail sales see no end in sight and the end of prohibition seems to be the only parallel anyone can make. The tide of public sentiment has changed. Remember, people don't change their mind, they make new decisions based upon new information. This new information smacks of the activist's cry, "Free the Plant!"
All this to say, the horizon for FutureLand Corp is a bright one. And it is one that I hope you will all join me to see.
After this letter, you can get updates as it happens through our FB page and our coming corporate website's CEO blog.
Cameron Cox, CEO
About FutureLand Corp
FutureLand Properties, LLC, a Colorado company, is a cannabis and hemp land leasing company formed to capitalize upon the emerging global cannabis market. FutureLand focuses on target acquisition, zoning, license fulfillment, site plan preparation and financing of cannabis or hemp grow facilities throughout the United States. We give growers the opportunity to grow. We monetize through leasing the land, leasing the structures on the land, financing interest revenue and management fees associated with cultivation centers. FutureLand retains ownership of all the land and the structures we build on the land. FutureLand leases to both medical marijuana, retail marijuana as well as industrial hemp growers. FutureLand does not grow, distribute or sell marijuana.
To request further information about FutureLand, please email us at email@example.com, log onto our website at http://www.futureworldcorp.com or visit us at our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/pages/FutureLand-Corporation/848802538518505 or on Twitter @futurelandcorp
About FutureWorld Corp.
FutureWorld (FWDG), a Delaware corporation, is a leading provider of advanced technologies and solutions to the global cannabis industry. FutureWorld, together with its subsidiaries, focuses on the identification, acquisition, development, and commercialization of cannabis related products and services, such as industrial Hemp. FutureWorld, through its subsidiaries, provides personal and professional THC and CBD test kits, pharmaceutical grade CBD oil solutions, SafeVape vaporizers, smart sensor technology, communication network, surveillance security, data analysis for smart cultivation and consultation for the industrial hemp and legal medicinal cannabis. Our wireless agricultural smart sensor networks offer precision to the agriculture, irrigation systems, and greenhouses for the global cannabis and hemp industry. FutureWorld and its subsidiaries do not grow, distribute or sell marijuana.
To request further information about FutureWorld, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, log onto our website at http://www.futureworldcorp.com or visit us at our Facebook page facebook.com/futureworldenergy or on Twitter @futureworldinc.
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