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Geyser Brands Inc. Announces Signing of Letter of Intent to Acquire Brands

Geyser Brands Inc. announced that it has entered into a non-binding letter of intent (the “Letter of Intent“) with Solace Management Group Inc. (“Solace“), a company incorporated under the laws of the Province of British Columbia, setting out certain terms and conditions as to the acquisition of all of the issued and outstanding shares (the “Purchased Shares“) of Solace by way of a share purchase, share exchange or similar transaction, following a review of all relevant legal, regulatory and tax matters (the “Proposed Transaction“).

Solace’s business consists of leveraging its brands, intellectual property, proprietary formulations in the hemp and cannabis markets by licensing distribution and production arrangements. Solace’s brands and assets include among other assets:

  1. Apawthecary Pets – a leading hemp-based pet treat brand with formulations for human grade, all-natural pet treats, salves and oral drops. Apawthecary Pets products are currently sold in pet stores and veterinarian clinics across Canada.
  2. Apothecary Naturals – a line of hemp based topical products, pain creams, organic soaps, lip balms and men’s topical grooming products.
  3. Apothecary Ink – a line of hemp based all-natural tattoo after care products.
  4. WildTail Pets – a line of single ingredient freeze-dried pet products, including hemp-infused pet treats, kibble and freeze-dried pet foods for dogs and cats.
  5. Apothecary Labs – a research and development arm of Solace engaged in technology and formulation development for beverages, topicals and other cannabis and hemp infused nutraceutical products.

Solace distributes its products in Canada through over 3,000 stores including Bosleys, PetLand, Pharmasave, Bukerfields, Master-Feeds, Global Pet Foods, Shoppers Drug Mart, Woofies, PetValue, Pet Planet & Bone & Biscuit. International distribution extends to the UK, Caribbean Islands, Austria, Belgium, Netherlands, Italy, Spain and the USA.

Although the parties have entered into the Letter of Intent, there can be no assurance that the Proposed Transaction will be completed as proposed, or at all. No finder’s fees are payable in respect of the Proposed Transaction.