Arcis Resources Corporation Signs Agreement with the First US Bud+Breakfast Place with Locations in San Ayre, Colorado Springs and Denver
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., Sept. 16, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Arcis Resources Corporation, (OTC Pink: ARCS) announced today that it has signed an advisory agreement with the first US Bud+Breakfast place with locations in San Ayre, Colorado Springs and Denver. Bud+Breakfast place is owned by Mary Jane Group Inc (OTC Pink: MJMJ). The agreement will serve to help Arcis Resources Corporation in upcoming ventures, and the launch of a new line of hemp seed coffee pods/hemp energy drinks.
CEO Chris Margait comments: “We’re very excited to work with the 1st US Bud+Breakfast place. As we continue to work diligently to release our products their expertise will be crucial to break into this industry. We have crossed some major milestones for Arcis Resources, and will provide more updates in the near future.”
About Arcis Resources Corporation by and through its wholly owned subsidiaries is a technology solution provider with strong focus on software, web, mobile apps, and social media. We specialize in developing online information and directory portals for markets that strategically bring revenue, and growth. Our goal is to serve as a platform for software, web, mobile app, and social media development used for licensing, and distribution worldwide.
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CONTACT: Chris Margait, 1-888-850-3778