FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Pura Naturals Acquires Product Formulas and Related Intellectual Property
Board of Directors approves major acquisition to strengthen Pura’s competitive position.
Lake Forest, California – May 25, 2017
Pura Naturals Inc.(OTCMarkets.com Ticker: PNAT), Board of Directors has approved the acquisition of the foam formulas and related intellectual property rights from Advanced Innovative Recovery Technologies, Inc. (AIRTech) under the license agreement between the parties. The transaction, also approved by the Board of Directors for AIRTech, eliminates more than $800,000 in existing Pura Naturals debt obligations in exchange for stock.
CEO Robert Doherty stated, "Purchasing the formulas reduces our reliance on AIRTech and now AIRTech supports Pura as a contract manufacturer. Ownership of the formulas enhances Pura’s value in the marketplace and strengthens the competitive position Pura has already gained among the largest consumer brands."
In addition to the new ownership of the product formulas, Pura Naturals’ intellectual property portfolio consists of one (1) patent pending and (1) patent in the application stage, six (6) registered trademarks and eight (8) pending trademarks.
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Robert Doherty, Chief Executive Officer
About Pura Naturals
Pura Naturals has a household cleaning product that absorbs grease and grime while delivering unique soap infusion without harmful chemicals or the bacteria buildup common with typical sponge products. Pura Naturals’ foam technology was developed in response to the gulf oil spill. The revolutionary foam absorbs grease while repelling water and inhibiting bacteria growth and odors. The earth conscious company prides itself on its plant-based products made from renewable resources with no petroleum by-products. Further information can be found at www.puranaturalsproducts.com
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