NetworkNewsBreaks – VPR Brands LP (VPRB) Posts International Sales Update

VPR Brands LP (OTC: VPRB), a market leader specializing in vaporizers and accessories for essential oils, CBD and electronic cigarettes, this morning announced an update on its efforts to build relationships internationally and increase the visibility of its HoneyStick brand. The company’s director of International Sales, Ezequiel Pavlotsky, has spent the year thus far representing the HoneyStick brand at major cannabis expos in Europe to raise brand awareness, expand its network of distributors, and form new industry relationships. VPR Brands has increased its international distributors list with the addition of Near Dark in Germany, a large B2B distributor for the entire region, as well as B.O.B. Headquarters and Humble & Fume, both of Canada, and AllGrano Distribución in South America. In addition, the company also provided its upcoming conference schedule. VPR Brands will attend North Grow in Copenhagen, Denmark; Cannafest in Prague, Czech Republic; Cultiva in Vienna, Austria; Canapa In Mostra in Naples, Italy; Canna Douro in Lisbon, Portugal; and Canna Bizzin Warsaw, Poland. “Country by country, all the hard work is starting to pay off,” VPR Brands Director of International Sales Ezequiel Pavlotsky stated in the news release. “Having a permanent presence in Europe is making a tremendous difference, as it puts us closer to our distributors and related trade events. The EU market is growing rapidly and we are seeing huge advancements in awareness among expositors and visitors. It is fun working within this evolving industry and meeting people from different countries and cultures who have cannabis and now HoneyStick in common.”

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About VPR Brands, LP

VPR Brands (VPRB) is a technology company whose assets include issued U.S. and Chinese patents for atomization-related products that encompass technology for medical marijuana vaporizers and electronic cigarette products and components. The company is also engaged in product development for the vapor or vaping market, including e-liquids, vaporizers and electronic cigarettes, which are devices that deliver nicotine and/or cannabis through atomization or vaping and without smoke and other chemical constituents typically found in traditional products. Although VPR Brands’ sales are not segregated by brand or product category, its primary revenue source is from vaporization devices specifically created for use with medical cannabis and recreational marijuana as well as cannabidiols (“CBD”). These devices are specifically created for use with extract oils and concentrates which are vaped, providing optimal results and the best experience for patients and recreational users. Vaporizers are far more convenient and discrete compared to traditional cannabis use methods. These units are compact, easy to carry and concealable. Modern cannabis vaporizers do not emit distinct and lingering odors that are affiliated with traditional marijuana use. VPR Brands believes that portable vaporizers are the fastest growing delivery mechanism for marijuana. The company is currently working with other market leaders within cannabis growth and extraction to innovate and further educate the marketplace on its advantages. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.VPRBrands.com.

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