DENVER–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Home Treasure Finders, Inc, announced today that it has officially changed its name to Generation Hemp, Inc., an emerging growth company in the Hemp sector. Generation Hemp currently owns industrial warehouse space located in Denver, Colorado that it leases to Hemp seed growers.
Effective with the name change, the company’s ticker symbol will also change from OTCPK: HMTF to OTCPK: GENH. Trading under the new ticker symbol will begin at the open of the market this morning, Wednesday, December 4, 2019.
Gary C. Evans, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Generation Hemp, Inc., said, “The name change from Home Treasure Finders, Inc. to Generation Hemp, Inc. exemplifies our new business plan as well as our move toward becoming a pure play Hemp company. Additionally, it helps in beginning to build the Generation Hemp brand name recognition within the sector. The company name and ticker symbol change, although a small step in our transition, are the first of many positive steps to follow.”
Additional information on Generation Hemp, Inc., along with the company’s investor presentation, can be found by accessing the company’s new website at: www.GenHempInc.com
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