NetworkNewsBreaks – Golden Developing Solutions Inc. (DVLP) Reports Record Monthly Revenue Total for March 2019

Emerging leader in cannabis, hemp and CBD Golden Developing Solutions Inc. (OTC: DVLP), alongside recent acquisition Infusionz LLC (“CBD Infusionz”), this morning announced the achievement of a combined total of $590,488 in monthly revenues during March 2019, marking a jump of roughly 800 percent in collective performance on a year-over-year basis. “We are seeing tremendous validation on a strategic level,” Stavros Triant, CEO of DVLP, stated in the news release. “The move to expand our exposure to the CBD space was very well-timed, and is already beginning to pay off. The numbers for March bear that out unmistakably… As we integrate CBD Infusionz, we will be dramatically increasing our operational potential… Where’s Weed and Where’s CBD have provided powerful growth catalysts on the services side. But the addition of a true leadership asset on the CBD product side sharply amplifies our growth proposition at an ideal time from an industry standpoint.”

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About Golden Developing Solutions Inc.

Golden Developing Solutions is developing an online retail business for cannabidiol (CBD), hemp oil and health/wellness-related products. The Company is also developing a high-capacity, high-quality CBD extraction and production facility. In addition, through the website of its joint venture partner, Pura Vida Vitamins, as well as through wholesale and distribution channels, the Company offers a broad range of high-quality, price-competitive products, including traditional vitamins, supplements, and CBD-based tinctures, vapes and soft gels, among other products. Merchandise also includes hemp and CBD-related products and additional products focusing on health and lifestyle. For more information, visit the company’s websites at www.PuraVidaVitamins.com and www.WheresWeed.com

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