Ticker Symbol: AJAC
Item 5.02 Departure of Directors or Principal Officers; Election of Directors; Appointment of Principal Officers
On July 21, 2016, our board of directors appointed RYAN PRINCE KENNEDY AND AL LEWAND to serve as a member of our board and Mr. Lewand as the Chief Executive Officer and has accepted the resignation of Kendall A. Smith.
Mr. Kennedy is a business entrepreneur with experience in the Urban Music, Talent/Artist, Film Distribution and Streaming/content business. developing new content for the Urban Industries. A Hip-Hop artist himself, Talent Agent and Event Promoter Mr. Kennedy has expanded his business ventures to include content development of new product for the Streaming Business.
Mr. Lewand, a seasoned business professional, brings his extensive 20- year experience in all phases of business management in the private and public markets that include social and media relations, marketing, financial insight and his law expertise. He has advised and consulted for several start-ups in bringing them to top tier exchanges in the U.S and abroad.
The Board of Directors has accepted the Resignation of Kendall Smith as of July 22 ,2016 at close of business
Investor Relations: Regal Consulting, LLC $AJAC company information
From a poster claiming to be J L MEALER:
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Wednesday, 04/29/15 11:57:56 PM
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My Letter of Resignation from earlier this month has been finalized due to lack of communication and questionable business practices of Aja Cannafacturing.
Speaking (phone) with Jesse today, he is resigning as soon as possible, as well.
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