Vancouver, British Columbia – (Newsfile Corp. – November 25, 2021) – Boosh Plant-Based Brands Inc. (CSE: VEGI) (OTCQB: VGGIF) (FSE: 77I) (“To push“or the”Society”) is proud to announce that more than 8,000 consumers and investors have visited the largest plant exhibition in Canada; Planted-Expo of which Boosh was the main sponsor. At the event, Boosh proudly presented its brand new line of shelf life products Boosh Mac & Cheeze; Nacho and Better Cheddar received rave reviews and provided consumer samples of Boosh’s favorite foods, including Shephard’s Pie, and recently acquired brands such as Salt Spring Harvest Pate and Pulse Specialty Kitchen plant-based cheeses.
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âWe were delighted that thousands of people stopped by our booth and sampled our wonderful variety of cheeses, starters and plant-based dishes. We also added over 800 social media followers and sold thousands of dollars in product from our booth. By the end of the event, we had even sold all of the Mac & Cheeze lines, âsays Connie Marples, founder and president of Boosh.
âIt was a great opportunity to meet over 100 local shareholders and investors in a relaxed setting, share stories and sample all types of Boosh products,â said Jim Pakulis, CEO of Boosh. âEqually important, management was also able to introduce Boosh to buyers in the restaurant industry such as the restaurant and bar sectors. In short, the event was a huge success for Team Boosh!
Separately, TJ Walsh, Boosh’s new vice president of sales for North America, started work on Monday. TJ is responsible for all sales strategy, development, direction and budget. He will develop on-site business training and policy formulation, and will report directly to President, Connie Marples, and CEO Jim Pakulis. TJ has extensive sales experience including, but not limited to, the position of National Sales Manager for Silver Hills, an organic plant-based bakery and food company. Prior to that, he was Director of Sales for UNFI, the largest distributor of all-natural and organic products in North America. Previously, he spent eight years with Bolthouse Farms, before eventually being promoted to Field Sales Manager. At Bolthouse Farms he was responsible for implementing a multi-million dollar sales budget, overseeing 30 sales reps, developing strategic growth plans for the sale of all new ranges. product development and merchandising and sales strategy creation for Walmart, Kroger, Target, Safeway / Albertsons, HEB, Loblaws, Save On, Kroger’s and Whole Foods.
The board has extended CEO Jim Pakulis’ consulting agreement for one year of service. In exchange, the Company will provide Jim with 250,000 warrants at a price of $ 2.00 and an exercise period of four years, and fifty thousand dollars.
âI am committed to leading Boosh for the long haul, however long it takes. Equally important, I am committed to building our infrastructure, researching key acquisitions, and growing Boosh across North America. My personal belief is that an exercise price of two dollars for the mandates that have been offered to me is fair and equitable given the direction that I believe the business is going, âsays Jim Pakulis.
On behalf of the board of directors
Chief Executive Officer
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About Boosh Plant-Based Brands Inc .:
Boosh Plant-Based Brands Inc., through its wholly owned subsidiary, Boosh Food (www.booshfood.com), offers high quality nutritional comfort foods, GMO-free, gluten-free, 100% vegetable for the whole family. We currently offer six frozen meals and three refrigerated meals which are sold across Canada. Boosh, good for you and good for planet Earth.
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