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"I'll be sure to warn future investors about this pos. I would hate to see future bag holders be made by another rs by hedge fund Bob.......I don't take the loss of my money lightly."
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DC Brands SeeksTO Become a Financing and Service Provider to the
Colorado Marijuana Industy
 

DC Brands Signs First Contract to Provide Services to the Colorado Marijuana Industry June 5, 2014


"Bob Armstrong, DC Brands' CEO and CFO stated, "We are very excited about this deal - not just because it is our first but because we took our time and found what I believe to be one of the strongest up and coming management teams in the Colorado marijuana industry, one with extensive business management, construction, engineering and multifaceted growing experience."

"Ven is joining partnerships that currently hold two marijuana grow licenses, one marijuana laboratory license and most importantly, one aged medical marijuana license. These licenses allow them to apply for a recreational sales license in the very near future. DC Brands Green Investors, an 80% owned subsidiary of DC Brands, has been contracted by Ven to provide accounting, payroll, cash management and security services for all of its operations. Green has also committed to provide up to $500,000 of funding to Ven over the next six months."

 
05/14/14 O/S remains unchanged at 3,531,972,644...
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6/10/2014 TA confirmed there are 3,811,633,000 shares O/S
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07/01/14 04
O/S  5,662,600,000, per the TA, today.

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beverage development

 

“We view this as another great opportunity to continue expanding the unique flavors of the Village Tea brand into a more convenient format for our existing channel and for customers looking for ready-to-drink healthy beverage products”, said Janon Costely, CEO of Village Tea Company Distribution Inc. when asked about his expectations on this product development venture.  ”We look forward to DC Brands leveraging their capabilities in an attempt to reach our corporate goals.” he concluded.

On his part, CFO and acting CEO of DC Brands International, Bob Armstrong, stated, “This is a very exciting next step in building our relationship with Village Tea.”  


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PRODUCT AND BRAND DEVELOPMENT:



http://www.worldteanews.com/news/village-tea-mamaki-blending-together

Village Tea Company will introduce an assortment of Mamaki based products as the first product in its new line of exotic functional “teas” from around the world which will be launched early next year. Mamaki is an herbal plant that is native to the Big Island of Hawaii that has been used for centuries by native Hawaiians for various medicinal purposes.  Native Hawaiian’s have traditionally used Mamaki to lower high blood pressure, reduce cholesterol, relieve stress and fatigue, reduce stomach problems, mitigate liver and bladder problems and to relax tense muscles prior to childbirth.  Mamaki is also credited in helping to maintain balance for diabetes in some people and is used as an anti-depressant.

Because of the local legend of the reported health benefits of the plant,  Mamaki has garnered attention outside of the Hawaiian Islands. These reports  have led to several recent studies by various universities and institutions to study the plant to determine its composition and potential benefits. Studies have shown, that Mamaki contains high levels of three beneficial polyphenols and abundant concentrations of healthful miner

- See more at: http://www.worldteanews.com/news/village-tea-mamaki-blending-together#sthash.9RohOhUu.dpuf

Village Tea Company will introduce an assortment of Mamaki based products as the first product in its new line of exotic functional “teas” from around the world which will be launched early next year. Mamaki is an herbal plant that is native to the Big Island of Hawaii that has been used for centuries by native Hawaiians for various medicinal purposes.  Native Hawaiian’s have traditionally used Mamaki to lower high blood pressure, reduce cholesterol, relieve stress and fatigue, reduce stomach problems, mitigate liver and bladder problems and to relax tense muscles prior to childbirth.  Mamaki is also credited in helping to maintain balance for diabetes in some people and is used as an anti-depressant.

Because of the local legend of the reported health benefits of the plant,  Mamaki has garnered attention outside of the Hawaiian Islands. These reports  have led to several recent studies by various universities and institutions to study the plant to determine its composition and potential benefits. Studies have shown, that Mamaki contains high levels of three beneficial polyphenols and abundant concentrations of healthful miner

- See more at: http://www.worldteanews.com/news/village-tea-mamaki-blending-together#sthash.9RohOhUu.dpuf

Village Tea Company will introduce an assortment of Mamaki based products as the first product in its new line of exotic functional “teas” from around the world which will be launched early next year. Mamaki is an herbal plant that is native to the Big Island of Hawaii that has been used for centuries by native Hawaiians for various medicinal purposes.  Native Hawaiian’s have traditionally used Mamaki to lower high blood pressure, reduce cholesterol, relieve stress and fatigue, reduce stomach problems, mitigate liver and bladder problems and to relax tense muscles prior to childbirth.  Mamaki is also credited in helping to maintain balance for diabetes in some people and is used as an anti-depressant.

Because of the local legend of the reported health benefits of the plant,  Mamaki has garnered attention outside of the Hawaiian Islands. These reports  have led to several recent studies by various universities and institutions to study the plant to determine its composition and potential benefits. Studies have shown, that Mamaki contains high levels of three beneficial polyphenols and abundant concentrations of healthful miner

- See more at: http://www.worldteanews.com/news/village-tea-mamaki-blending-together#sthash.9RohOhUu.dpuf

Village Tea Company will introduce an assortment of Mamaki based products as the first product in its new line of exotic functional “teas” from around the world which will be launched early next year. Mamaki is an herbal plant that is native to the Big Island of Hawaii that has been used for centuries by native Hawaiians for various medicinal purposes.  Native Hawaiian’s have traditionally used Mamaki to lower high blood pressure, reduce cholesterol, relieve stress and fatigue, reduce stomach problems, mitigate liver and bladder problems and to relax tense muscles prior to childbirth.  Mamaki is also credited in helping to maintain balance for diabetes in some people and is used as an anti-depressant.

Because of the local legend of the reported health benefits of the plant,  Mamaki has garnered attention outside of the Hawaiian Islands. These reports  have led to several recent studies by various universities and institutions to study the plant to determine its composition and potential benefits. Studies have shown, that Mamaki contains high levels of three beneficial polyphenols and abundant concentrations of healthful miner

- See more at: http://www.worldteanews.com/news/village-tea-mamaki-blending-together#sthash.9RohOhUu.dpuf

Village Tea Company will introduce an assortment of Mamaki based products as the first product in its new line of exotic functional “teas” from around the world which will be launched early next year. Mamaki is an herbal plant that is native to the Big Island of Hawaii that has been used for centuries by native Hawaiians for various medicinal purposes.  Native Hawaiian’s have traditionally used Mamaki to lower high blood pressure, reduce cholesterol, relieve stress and fatigue, reduce stomach problems, mitigate liver and bladder problems and to relax tense muscles prior to childbirth.  Mamaki is also credited in helping to maintain balance for diabetes in some people and is used as an anti-depressant.

Because of the local legend of the reported health benefits of the plant,  Mamaki has garnered attention outside of the Hawaiian Islands. These reports  have led to several recent studies by various universities and institutions to study the plant to determine its composition and potential benefits. Studies have shown, that Mamaki contains high levels of three beneficial polyphenols and abundant concentrations of healthful miner

- See more at: http://www.worldteanews.com/news/village-tea-mamaki-blending-together#sthash.9RohOhUu.dpuf

Village Tea Company will introduce an assortment of Mamaki based products as the first product in its new line of exotic functional “teas” from around the world which will be launched early next year. Mamaki is an herbal plant that is native to the Big Island of Hawaii that has been used for centuries by native Hawaiians for various medicinal purposes.  Native Hawaiian’s have traditionally used Mamaki to lower high blood pressure, reduce cholesterol, relieve stress and fatigue, reduce stomach problems, mitigate liver and bladder problems and to relax tense muscles prior to childbirth.  Mamaki is also credited in helping to maintain balance for diabetes in some people and is used as an anti-depressant.

Because of the local legend of the reported health benefits of the plant,  Mamaki has garnered attention outside of the Hawaiian Islands. These reports  have led to several recent studies by various universities and institutions to study the plant to determine its composition and potential benefits. Studies have shown, that Mamaki contains high levels of three beneficial polyphenols and abundant concentrations of healthful miner

- See more at: http://www.worldteanews.com/news/village-tea-mamaki-blending-together#sthash.9RohOhUu.dpuf

Village Tea Company will introduce an assortment of Mamaki based products as the first product in its new line of exotic functional “teas” from around the world which will be launched early next year. Mamaki is an herbal plant that is native to the Big Island of Hawaii that has been used for centuries by native Hawaiians for various medicinal purposes.  Native Hawaiian’s have traditionally used Mamaki to lower high blood pressure, reduce cholesterol, relieve stress and fatigue, reduce stomach problems, mitigate liver and bladder problems and to relax tense muscles prior to childbirth.  Mamaki is also credited in helping to maintain balance for diabetes in some people and is used as an anti-depressant.

Because of the local legend of the reported health benefits of the plant,  Mamaki has garnered attention outside of the Hawaiian Islands. These reports  have led to several recent studies by various universities and institutions to study the plant to determine its composition and potential benefits. Studies have shown, that Mamaki contains high levels of three beneficial polyphenols and abundant concentrations of healthful miner

- See more at: http://www.worldteanews.com/news/village-tea-mamaki-blending-together#sthash.9RohOhUu.dpuf
Village Tea Company will introduce an assortment of Mamaki based products as the first product in its new line of exotic functional “teas” from around the world which will be launched early next year. Mamaki is an herbal plant that is native to the Big Island of Hawaii that has been used for centuries by native Hawaiians for various medicinal purposes.  Native Hawaiian’s have traditionally used Mamaki to lower high blood pressure, reduce cholesterol, relieve stress and fatigue, reduce stomach problems, mitigate liver and bladder problems and to relax tense muscles prior to childbirth.  Mamaki is also credited in helping to maintain balance for diabetes in some people and is used as an anti-depressant.


Because of the local legend of the reported health benefits of the plant,  Mamaki has garnered attention outside of the Hawaiian Islands. These reports  have led to several recent studies by various universities and institutions to study the plant to determine its composition and potential benefits. Studies have shown, that Mamaki contains high levels of three beneficial polyphenols and abundant concentrations of healthful minerals such as potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron and zinc. These concentrations are higher than that of many other tea’s such as green teas and black teas which have been proven to have known antioxidant properties. Based on these studies and other variables, Mama-Kii has cultivated the plant for the purposes of developing and creating loose leaf tea beverages. They are the largest grower and producer of Mamaki in Hawaii.

Because of the local legend of the reported health benefits of the plant,  Mamaki has garnered attention outside of the Hawaiian Islands. These reports  have led to several recent studies by various universities and institutions to study the plant to determine its composition and potential benefits. Studies have shown, that Mamaki contains high levels of three beneficial polyphenols and abundant concentrations of healthful minerals such as potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron and zinc. These concentrations are higher than that of many other tea’s such as green teas and black teas which have been proven to have known antioxidant properties. Based on these studies and other variables, Mama-Kii has cultivated the plant for the purposes of developing and creating loose leaf tea beverages. They are the largest grower and producer of Mamaki in Hawaii. - See more at: http://www.worldteanews.com/news/village-tea-mamaki-blending-together#sthash.9RohOhUu.
 

 

Village Tea Company Distribution, Inc Announces Retail Store and E-Commerce Licensing Agreement

 

New York, NY, Aug 8, 2013: Village Tea Distribution Company, Inc. announces that it has executed a multi-year licensing agreement with Verite Retail Group, LLC, a division of minority owned private equity firm, Verite Capital Partners, LLC, for the North American licensing rights to develop and operate Village Tea Company branded retail stores as well as the brand’s new e-commerce platform. Village Tea Company Distribution, Inc. (“Village Tea”) is the owner of the Village Tea Company brand of premium loose leaf teas and tea accessories which are currently sold in a variety of major retailers across North America.

Verite Retail Group (VRG), the retail operating arm of Verite Capital Partners, is managed by veteran retail industry executive, Don Jones, who along with his partner and investment banker, Lynda Davey, created Verite Capital Partners to focus on investment opportunities in the consumer products and retail sector. Mr. Jones is also a member of the Village Tea‘s Board of Directors and a trusted advisor to the Company. VRG will operate Village Tea Company’s direct-to-consumer retail platform as, Village Tea Direct. Over the next 5+ years VRG plans to open and operate over 100+ retail stores in various formats as well as re-launch and manage the brands e-commerce platform to create a dynamic and robust direct to consumer experience to compliment Village Tea’s existing wholesale distribution strategy.

 

Hard Nutrition and Village Tea Company Announce Broker Agreement with Premier Brands

http://globenewswire.com/news-release/2013/07/31/563575/10042650/en/Hard-Nutrition-and-Village-Tea-Company-Announce-Broker-Agreement-with-Premier-Brands.html

DENVER, July 31, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- DC Brands International, Inc., (OTC:HRDN), announces that Village Tea Company, Inc has signed a non-exclusive broker agreement with Premier Brands Inc to sell, promote and distribute its' line of premium loose leaf , which is already sold in numerous retail locations and online. Premier Brands will assist both Village Tea Company and Hard Nutrition in the development and launch of its new ready to drink beverage line scheduled to launch in the Spring of 2014. 

Village Tea is currently sold in retail chains in the U.S. and Canada including Whole Foods® Markets – Southwest and Mountain regions, Akins/Chamberlin® Natural Foods Markets, Vitamin Shoppe®, 600+ stores nationwide, over 200 Winners® and Home Sense® stores throughout Canada, and many other independent specialty and grocery store retailers. Village Tea is also sold online through Amazon and Puritan Pride.

Bob Armstrong, the CFO and acting CEO of DC Brands International stated, "We believe Village Tea, as a young brand, has already found a loyal consumer-base that is focused on leading healthy lifestyles and having a positive impact on the environment in which they live.  Janon Costley, Ceo of Village Company stated, "As the world begins to focus more and more on health and wellness we hope that our new relationship with Premier Brands will help to further expand Village Tea as well as Hard Nutrition's footprint as we look to make more of a national impact at retail in this rapidly growing sector by adding new distribution channels in the second half of this year."

 

Village Tea Company Distribution Inc. Announces Licensing Deal with Carmen Brown, Inc.


Village Tea Company Distribution, Inc. ("Village Tea"), the owner of the Village Tea Company brand of premium loose leaf teas and tea accessories has entered into a licensing agreement with Carmen Brown, Inc. ("Carmen Brown Rum Tea") to create the world's first Rum infused with premium loose leaf tea.

Village Tea sources high-quality, unique teas with distinct flavor combinations and packages them in a variety of creative and earth-friendly ways. One of the brand's most popular flavors, Sweet Grace Vanilla Rooibos, has been selected by Carmen Brown Inc. as its key ingredient in its new flavor of infused Rums. The 70 proof molasses based rum, produced by a small batch distiller in Milwaukee WI, is blended with 100% all natural South African Rooibos (meaning Red Bush in Afrikaans) sweetened with real vanilla. The tea itself is 100% all natural, sourced from a root and is non-caffeinated.

Carmen Brown Rum Tea with Vanilla Rooibos was introduced in January of 2013 at a private Super Bowl event at the Museum of Art, in New Orleans, Louisiana. The product is available for sale in the state of Texas, and is expanding to neighboring states, Louisiana and Arkansas. There are plans for a regional and national launch of the product in the very near future. Carmen Brown intends to add additional flavors which will also utilize additional Village Tea flavors that will complement the unique taste profile of the high quality, small batch Rum produced by Yahara Bay.





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#31252  Sticky Note Bob Armstrong has told at least three investors Greedy G 08/04/14 03:27:11 PM
#18127  Sticky Note HRDN Security Details Share Structure Market Value1 $1,156,227 a/o Mar 28, 2014 Greedy G 03/29/14 02:43:53 PM
#32123   Also, the first statement in the ibox is dabreeze 09/02/14 01:06:09 AM
#32122   Always a chance you could get struck by dabreeze 09/02/14 12:35:53 AM
#32121   This turd traded no volume, two straight days. Greedy G 09/01/14 10:39:27 PM
#32120   You are probably right. 2014shelby 09/01/14 05:41:53 PM
#32119   Even if FINRA rejects, nobody trusts Armstrong & Greedy G 09/01/14 05:30:02 PM
#32118   Yes it will...all the evidence is there that fatmike 09/01/14 02:26:12 PM
#32117   FINRAs decision to approve or deny the RS 2014shelby 09/01/14 12:36:49 PM
#32116   If finra reads all the evidence we all fatmike 09/01/14 11:25:46 AM
#32115   I have a feeling the RS is being denied! fatmike 09/01/14 11:24:09 AM
#32114   Too late for that. billytbone 09/01/14 11:05:58 AM
#32113   Yea when will we know by? That would masahirox 09/01/14 11:02:46 AM
#32112   Always a chance rs won't happen steve7777 09/01/14 09:58:16 AM
#32111   That does not sound positive at all. masahirox 08/31/14 07:12:11 PM
#32110   Well, the only positive outlook here is after thermal164 08/31/14 08:33:52 AM
#32109   I'll agree to a class action lawsuit. I investorjive 08/31/14 12:51:13 AM
#32108   As far as getting money back, that maybe Greedy G 08/30/14 10:05:04 PM
#32107   I agree with suspension. This Bob has to nathanial 08/30/14 07:00:22 PM
#32106   Once the RS happens then the complaint has 2014shelby 08/30/14 02:11:39 PM
#32105   I filed an online complaint with FINRA . DD9 08/30/14 01:53:15 PM
#32104   Yep. At this point, once the RS goes 2014shelby 08/30/14 10:59:32 AM
#32103   What is sad is that Bob will go learninfast 08/30/14 09:55:36 AM
#32102   This is just sad. Bob and HRDN had 2014shelby 08/30/14 09:34:33 AM
#32101   I would consider my loss money well spent learninfast 08/30/14 09:01:39 AM
#32100   You may have a good strategy however I 2014shelby 08/30/14 08:07:45 AM
#32099   HRDN will be a flipper after the dumping learninfast 08/29/14 10:10:32 PM
#32098   Barring something spectacular you will have to wait learninfast 08/29/14 10:04:12 PM
#32097   Yep. Looking forward to Bob doing the perp walk. learninfast 08/29/14 09:59:31 PM
#32096   2014, I Agree about the SEC. learninfast 08/29/14 09:58:45 PM
#32095   Still haven't recieved letter stating rs steve7777 08/29/14 09:24:12 PM
#32094   Well if the 'lousy former officer debit holder Greedy G 08/29/14 09:00:19 PM
#32093   SEC should be moving in soon. IMO 2014shelby 08/29/14 06:48:24 PM
#32092   I see no way to pump this post Greedy G 08/29/14 05:47:36 PM
#32091   Wow this bad. Ive never been in a masahirox 08/29/14 05:36:30 PM
#32090   Doesn't look like Bob's gonna be voted Best 2014shelby 08/29/14 05:32:01 PM
#32089   Hedge fund Bob doesn't deserve freedom. He needs investorjive 08/28/14 04:28:22 PM
#32088   Most likely. Then you will have 99% less billytbone 08/28/14 09:13:50 AM
#32087   been trying to sell this and no luck... Mechanic71 08/28/14 09:12:35 AM
#32086   Lying continually is really not a good business learninfast 08/27/14 07:57:13 PM
#32085   AS USUAL THEIR PUTTING MORE MONEY IN THER micar 08/27/14 06:10:13 PM
#32084   Yeah, what a joke he is! Why Greedy G 08/27/14 04:22:08 PM
#32083   i received correspondence about a vote billytbone 08/27/14 02:09:29 PM
#32082   Bob's probably working on the next set of 2014shelby 08/27/14 02:06:23 PM
#32081   R/S should take place next week Friday or Greedy G 08/27/14 11:44:19 AM
#32080   If they read the I-Box they will know. Patent Pending 08/27/14 11:09:52 AM
#32079   Agreed. Seems like they were cut from the 2014shelby 08/27/14 03:29:45 AM
#32078   If only we were paid bashers here...at least swimnbike 08/27/14 12:47:53 AM
#32077   That's true. I'd be labeled as a paid investorjive 08/27/14 12:44:09 AM
#32076   This is dead. masahirox 08/26/14 08:28:09 PM
#32075   You will, of course, be labelled a "basher" Carini 08/26/14 05:51:59 PM
#32074   Dead unless Bob has a sudden attack of scottietoohottie 08/26/14 04:24:23 PM
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