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NUGL Significantly Reduces Corporate Debt

Debt Converted at a 20% Discount Greatly Unencumbers the Company

LOS ANGELES, CA, Sept. 04, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via NEWMEDIAWIRE – NUGL Inc. (NUGL), a technology and multimedia platform for the cannabis industry, is pleased to announce its noteholders have converted over 90% of the overall corporate debt at a 20% discount to the market.

“This decision by the noteholders is indicative of the confidence they have in both the management team and offerings of NUGL. The reduction also greatly liberates the Company in its growth efforts going forward,” stated Thomas Bouse, CPA, CFO of NUGL.

On August 23, 2019, the Corporation received a notice of conversion to convert an aggregate $456,716.28 in accrued principal and interest into 1,359,275 restricted common stock at the conversion price of $0.336. 

“We see the tremendous opportunity in this industry and so do our investors. We continue to grow sales in print, digital, and now software as a service, and we are looking for acquisitions to expand out digital footprint into the cannabis market as well as mainstream markets. NUGL is now well-positioned to scale by acquisition via the clearance of this debt from our books,” stated CJ Melone, CEO of NUGL. 

The Company recently posted its quarterly financials with an over 20% gain over the previous quarter. NUGL has now launched its Featured Profiles which has already become the fastest growing revenue producer within the company. 

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One Comment

  1. Stuart Vander Laan

    I don’t understand why if things are so good the stock value continues to remain so low? I have confidence in Nugl and i really want to see some added value going forward.

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