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Something Very Important from the BLDV PR...

I think there are many things that are very important within this BLDV PR, but something that I think most new investors are "not" aware of that could have some very huge implications moving forward is the part where such was stated:

H360’s business development team--David Serrano H360, CTO and Sebastian Nassau H360, CMO--were the principles on the application writing team that won the bid in Virginia for Blue Diamond...

For inquiring minds and those that are new to what project that is being referred to in Virginia, all should read below:

Edited: BLDV & Dharma Pharmaceuticals Cannabis License Approval Intel

Edited: Added at the end of this post is the Dharma Pharmaceuticals Cannabis License Approval and explanation of how the Cannabis License is Vertically Integrated from the Virginia Department of Health.

Recently I reached out and had spoken to Josh Alper who is the CEO for BLDV. I asked him if he can please elaborate on the Cannabis License Approval for the state of Virginia for their Strategic Partner, Dharma Pharmaceuticals that I thought was just for CBD Oil. He informed me that the Cannabis License is Vertically Integrated that approved doing cultivation, extraction, formulation, labeling, and dispensing, all in their approved 60,000 Square Feet facility.

He told me that It all started when a some very rich coal miners wanted to get into the cannabis game. They have the money, the contacts, they found a pharmacist with 25 years that wanted in, and everything they needed from a local perspective. However, they lacked the ”know how” and ”experience” to move forward within the cannabis world. They trust and brought BLDV on board as the Cannabis Consultants because they didn’t have any cannabis knowledge and experience. This project is completely dependent upon the BLDV products and projects that are coming from Israel and Canada. They are embedded into this project forever. BLDV is responsible for and will do all their project management, construction management, and technology management on their behalf. It took a while, but BLDV now has their foot in the door to finally have something huge, very real, and will be very rewarding for shareholders. BLDV is still in its infant stages and is still very much under the radar right now. Below is more of what I learned in greater detail as he informed me that a lot of what he is telling me is within a few articles that are already out there.

Being awarded the approval of the license was a team effort. The package was organized and prepared by Josh Alper and his brother Jonathan Alper who are basically Blue Diamond Consulting LLC which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of BLDV. They must had done an outstanding job with putting together the package to submit to the state of Virginia because they were only 1 out of 5 that were approved out of 51 applications submitted.

Kudos to the wholly-owned subsidiary of BLDV known as Blue Diamond Consulting, LLC that is made up of Josh and Jonathan Alper who put the cannabis package together that was approved by the state of Virginia.

The meat of the package was very strong primarily for two reasons of known support of the project or should I say… because of two people… Clyde Stacy and Jim McGlothlin who are friends that went to High School together and were heavily invested into the coal business. I would like to give the pharmacist Michael Johnson an honorable mention as key personnel too as he is one of the owners of Dharma Pharmaceuticals and brings to the table over 25 years of experience in his field.

Jim McGlothlin is the President, Chairman and CEO of The United Co. and/or The United Coal Company of Bristol. The privately held company multi-billion-dollar company is one of the nation’s largest coal suppliers:


Clyde Stacy owns and is head of Par Ventures of which is part owner and heavily invested in Dharma Pharmaceuticals. For inquiring minds, Par Ventures owns the Bristol Mall as they are the ones that paid $2.6 Million for it. Par Ventures is heavily involved with establishing the resort casino on that property too. The Bristol Mall is a 540,000-square-foot retail center on 49 acres of land:



When BLDV had organized and prepared the report that was granted approval from the state of Virginia, they had only done so indicating that they were going to only need 60,000 square feet of the Bristol Mall facility. However, they now have major plans of expansion that would affect some of the areas of the resort casino project. Because of the expansion plans, they are now looking at three different facilities that will allow for expansion versus staying there at the Bristol Mall location. This will absolutely have no effect on the Cannabis License that was already approved.

Since Clyde Stacy and Jim McGlothlin are the primary personnel behind both the casino resort project and the cannabis project and they own Bristol Mall, please understand that they are not kicking themselves out of the Bristol Mall area they own from doing the cannabis project to make more room for the casino resort project. They are simply considering moving to another location that will allow for expansion of their cannabis operations. Hopefully all can see that this is not a choice of either the Cannabis operations or the Casino operations. It’s not a one or the other. It’s both that will be built and the option to stay within the Bristol Mall or leave for a bigger area is all on them.

The gentlemen behind the cannabis project that BLDV had organized and prepared that was granted approval by the state of Virginia was required to put up $10 Million in order for the license to be granted approval by the state of Virginia. Instead, they had put up $30 Million to fund the approved cannabis operations that BLDV is a part of. That was a huge show of confidence too to the state of Virginia officials.

Josh Alper and his brother Jonathan Alper had to prove themselves to Clyde Stacy, Jim McGlothlin, and their TEAM. They did so by organizing and preparing the package for the Cannabis License that was approved by the state of Virginia. That was a huge feat that took a little while, but they passed with flying colors. The market is still not aware of what BLDV has achieved with this deal and the relationships. I think as more is released from BLDV, investors will begin to positively learn.

Below is the confirmation of the BLDV Strategic Partner for its cannabis project, Dharma Pharmaceuticals, that was granted state approval of its Cannabis License from the state of Virginia that is Vertically Integrated that is approved for doing cultivation, extraction, formulation, labeling, and dispensing:
(Courtesy of JPS02)


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