WEEKEND UNLIMITED NOW TRADING UNDER THE SYMBOL “POT” AND IN US ON OTC PINK OPEN MARKET
POT lottery raises awareness and demand, OTC listing provides US investor access and broadens shareholder base
VANCOUVER, BC, CANADA (4 February 2019) – Weekend Unlimited Inc. ("Weekend" or the "Company") (CSE: POT – FSE: 0OS1 – OTC Pink: WKULF) announced that it will begin to trade today on the CSE under the symbol POT. In addition, the Company is trading on the OTC Pink Open Market with ticker symbol WKULF.
The Company, which has just announced that it won the Canadian exchanges’ lottery for the trading symbol POT, believes that the addition of the OTC Pink Open Market will provide enhanced investor benefits including easier access and greater liquidity in the United States.
“We anticipate that in addition to our new CSE symbol POT, trading on the OTC Pink Market will raise our visibility within the investment community and will help to broaden our shareholder base,” said Mr. Brian Keane, Weekend Unlimited, Director.
For further information, please contact:
Mr. Paul Chu, President and CEO
Telephone: 1 (236) 317-2812 - Toll free 1(888) 556-9656
About Weekend Unlimited Inc.
Weekend Unlimited is capitalizing on its vast industry relationships to establish a lifestyle brand featuring premium products and delivering life’s highest moments.
The company aggregates and scales small to medium brands, primarily in the categories of flower, extracts and edibles. Weekend Unlimited brands have best of class operations, distribution and strong revenue trajectories, making them ideal candidates for the deployment of capital and expertise through access to technologies, infrastructure and centralized systems. Learn more at www.weekendunlimited.com
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