INVESTOR PROFILE | Choom™

Company:
Choom™
Symbol:
CSE: CHOO | OTC: CHOOF
Country:
Canada
Sector:
Legal Recreational Marijuana
Industry:
Growing/Production and Retail
Established:
2017
Website:
52-Week
Range
$0.285 - $1.13
Current
Outstanding
178M
Warrants

6,136,150
Options

8,520,000
Fully Diluted

202,239,313
Market Cap.

123M
CHOOM™ (CSE: CHOO | OTC: CHOOF) currently holds 39 retail opportunities in Canada; with 3 open in Alberta, 35 development permits (issued by local governments in Western Provinces), 8 under construction and 17 completed. Aurora Cannabis (ACB) invested $20 Million in November 2018 to augment their $7 Million investment in June 2018.
 
Company Brief

CHOOM™ (CSE: CHOO | OTC: CHOOF) is a premiere Canadian retail cannabis brand focused solely on the development, production and retail distribution of marijuana products for the legal Canadian recreational market.

Choom developed their branding and messaging with the recreational market in mind, and has a strong retail strategy to vertically integrate their business to take advantage of this burgeoning and potentially lucrative market, with 3 retail stores now open in Alberta and licenses for 39 retail opportunities in Canada.

Choom has 3 stores open in Alberta

Choom is included in Horizons Marijuana Life Sciences ETF (HMMJ: TSX)

Choom was added to the CSE 25 Index

Choom received one Cultivation License Approval

Aurora Cannabis invested $27 Million into Choom in 2018

Documented brand history, inspired by Hawaii's 1970's Choom Gang

Highlights

Choom™ 
Choom™ will provide an elevated experience for customers; bringing style, sophistication, and fun to the Canadian adult use cannabis market.

Facility and Capacity
Choom has an estimated 62,400 square feet under lease and a total estimated retail square footage of 37,050.

Cultivating Experience
Founded on the Choom principle of good times and good friends, the plan is to curate the right products and experiences for the cannabis consumer.

Documented Brand History
The Choom brand is inspired by Hawaii’s “Choom Gang” a group of buddies in Honolulu during the 1970’s who loved to smoke weed—or as the locals called it, choom.

Recreational Market Potential
Choom was created to cultivate naturally grown cannabis for the Canadian adult market. Canada’s legalization of recreational cannabis use in October, 2018 and the market is estimated to be $4.9B to $8.7B, and up to 8x medical consumption.

Choom Retail Program
Choom Stores have a cool, modern layout and design and will be helping everyone, from current users to “curious customers”. 

People who visit Choom Stores will be wowed by the experience that’s designed to make you feel welcomed — a real aloha vibe. The design team responsible for some of the most recognized retail environments around are bringing the Choom vibe to life.

CHOOM™ (CSE: CHOO | OTC: CHOOF) is a Canadian Recreational Marijuana brand perfectly positioned for the recreational market. Choom was purposely built for the rec market. What sets them apart is strong branding and execution, the ability to produce and expand production, and a vertically integrated retail strategy.
 

In The News
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Who is the Choom Gang?
In The News frontline Who is the Choom Gang? “The Choom Gang was a bunch...[of guys], who were out to explore the world, to make it an adventure, to make it fun, to make it funny, and just generally become a family on our own. I mean, the Choom Gang became more of a family to me more than my own family...” READ MORE
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The Choom Gang: President Obama’s pot-smoking high school days detailed in Maraniss’ book
“In fact,” Maraniss writes, “most members of the Choom Gang were decent students and athletes who went on to be successful and productive lawyers, writers and businessmen.” READ MORE
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Visits With School Pals Are a Touchstone on President’s Trips to Hawaii
Mr. Obama has remained remarkably close to a trio he met as a teenager at Honolulu’s prestigious Punahou School (...) like so many other young islanders in the 1970s, smoked pot, the “choom” of that long-ago nickname. READ MORE
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