ADHC American Diversified Holdings Corp. Share Structure Confirmed as of 05/31/2018 SHARE REDUCTION BY 140M AS OF APRIL 11th, 2018. THIS IS THE SECOND REDUCTION AFTER THE FIRST ONE FROM OCTOBER 31ST, 2016 FOR 160M. FLOAT ALSO WAS NOTICEABLY LOWERED FROM A YEAR AGO FROM 420M TO 330M. SUPER THIN AND INSANLY LOW SS FOR AN OTC STOCK. 1,000,000,000 Shares of Common Stock authorized, par value $0.001 per share 760,993,171 common shares issued and outstanding as of July 31, 2018 Float: 330,831,912
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American Diversified Holdings Corporation is a holding company that provides executive management, corporate governance, administrative support, financial advice and introductions to capital sources to various micro-cap public companies that have proven revenues and business models. Currently, American Diversified Holdings Corporation is working with several high growth businesses which all maintain a proprietary business model or technology. It is the goal of the Company to help accelerate the business models for these companies so that they flourish. With over forty years of business experience, and many of those years in executive management positions, the management team at American Diversified Holdings brings a depth and breadth to companies that have great ideas and businesses, but lack some of the public company knowledge, experience and relationships needed to achieve the next level. The Company makes it a goal for each entity it works with to have audited financial statements, solid cash flow and the ability to file a registration statement, should management choose to make that decision.
ADHC in Acquisiton Talks with a Leading Cannabis Firm Specializing in Social Media, Web Development, Ecommerce Strategies, Conducting Major Media Campaigns and Event Management for California, Oregon, Washington and Las Vegas Markets
DEL MAR, CA / ACCESSWIRE / February 23, 2017 / American Diversified Holdings Corporation (OTC PINK: ADHC) today announced that the management team is attending a major CANNABIS conference in San Diego, CA on March 5-8. The conference is focused on emerging business opportunities in the California CANNABIS sector. The conference features companies in all areas of the cannabis industry including research and development, growing, processing, distributing, retail, law, accounting, software and medical research. Speakers including California Congressman Dana Rohrabacher, Keith Stoup, founder of NORML and former NFL Super Bowl Champion Marvin Washington.
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Additionally, ADHC has numerous meetings scheduled at the conference with potential partners to discuss how ADHC can assist them in building their business, either through finance, joint venture or acquisition.
Management is also pleased to report promising acquisition negotiations with a major media firm specializing in the Cannabis industry. The 8 year old company provides numerous services to cannabis startups ranging from all areas of internet marketing, brand building, event management and professional conferences and symposiums. Of particular interest is the company's expertise in staging multi-day symposiums and high-end event managing services to its clients.
ABOUT THE US AND CALIFORNIA CANNABIS INDUSTRY
Approximately 24 states have legalized Medical Cannabis use and 8 states have legalized recreational use.
California's legal marijuana sales likely will climb to $1.6 billion within the first year, according to an Arcview report.
California medical and recreational industry is projected to reach $6.5 billion in revenue by 2020, up from $2.8 billion in 2015, according to the report. The nation's legal cannabis industry is expected to climb to $23 billion in 2020, up from $5.7 billion in 2015. The state of Colorado recently reported 2016 revenues of $1.3 billion and tax revenues of $200 million. Recently, 27 US congressmen, both Republican and Democrat, have introduced a new law known as, "Respect the State Marijuana Laws Act," prohibiting federal prosecution for business in compliance with state law. This bill will formally legislate the current US policy.
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