Marijuana Inc. Acquires Exclusive Rights to Hemp.Com

Industrial hemp

Marijuana Inc. Signs Joint Venture Agreement With Hemp.Com

MARIJUANA, INC. (otc-pink:HEMP) is proud to announce the acquisition of the exclusive rights to the web address through a joint venture agreement. is a highly valued and "aged" internet address, having been a URL for 16 years. One word, aged, industry specific URLs have been shown to be significant assets for companies.

CEO Bruce Perlowin stated, " is indicative of the focus of Marijuana, Inc. With HEMP as our stock symbol and now with the web address it is clear that we are committed to being a leader in the industrial hemp market."

President David Tobias stated, "The international marketplace shows significant interest in the hemp industry. Although currently hemp cannot be legally grown in the United States, the US is the largest importer of hemp products in the world, and our company plans to be a leader in both producing ( ) and marketing thousands of different industrial hemp products in the US and worldwide."

Hemp is legally grown in over 30 countries with the largest producer being China. France, Chile, Russia and Turkey are also significant producers of hemp. Countries where hemp is legally grown for industrial use are: Australia, Austria, Canada, Chile, China, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, India, Italy, Japan, North Korea, Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia and Montenegro, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey and Ukraine.


Marijuana, Inc. ( focuses on the legal peripheral businesses created by the quickly emerging, and growing, multibillion dollar medical marijuana and hemp industries. Marijuana, Inc. ( is not involved in the cultivation or marketing of medical marijuana. It is the company's belief that legalization of marijuana on a federal level will come to pass. With that in mind, the company is building infrastructure with the potential to gain substantial market share once marijuana prohibition ends.