Zerez Holdings Enters Contract to Sell Another Advanced Greenhouse System for $142,212
SACRAMENTO, Calif., Jan. 17, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Zerez Holdings Inc., (OTC PINK: ZRZH) announced today that its subsidiary Next Generation Farming Inc., has obtained a purchase contract and 50% down payment for the sale of another advanced turnkey greenhouse system to a new Northern California Cannabis cultivation client. The $142,212 contract consists of the NGF-1 model 30ft x 96ft greenhouse system, certain automation options, and installation services and will be delivered to the client on or before March 31, 2017.
President John Taylor stated, “We are pleased to obtain the trust, confidence and the purchase contract from our customer. The client was referred to us by others familiar with Zerez and NextGen’s wave of growth and growing reputation for doing what we say we will do.”
According to Mr. Dan Searth, president of the client’s company, “Once John and his team showed us their working demonstration facility, then created a professional presentation and detailed quotation that explained exactly what we are investing in, the project timeline, and the range of expectations we should have. It took us very little time to make the decision that Zerez and NextGen would give us the best service and return on our investment. We like these guys and our team can’t wait to break ground and get our project producing income early in the spring.”
Vice President Don Smith will appear again this week on www.moneytv.net with Don Baillargeon to provide additional company updates and preview the upcoming launch of the company’s new websites, which will include interactive virtual walk thru demos, and online configuration tools complete with return on investment modeling software.
John Taylor and Don Smith, long time business partners, reflected that they are very pleased with the market’s response to Zerez and NextGen’s products and solutions in what they expect to be a very lucrative and profitable marketplace for the company. “We received the first $15,000 payment this week on the $900,000 long term lease announced in November; completed delivery and received payment for the $181,000 deal last week; announced the launch of our co-marketing and sales relationship with Sweet Leaf Hydroponics; and have now gained the confidence of another new customer as evidenced by their $142,212 purchase commitment. Yes, the work is hard, and the hours are long but we prepared for this once in a lifetime opportunity for several years,” said Smith.
Taylor added, “We believe our vision, our experience, our team, and our cost effective solutions will quickly make us the top cannabis and organic cultivation company of 2017. We remind ourselves daily to be the best at what we do which is what builds reputations, wins customers and makes profitable companies. We try to remind ourselves this is supposed to be fun, and we are always on the lookout for opportunities to give back by donating our knowledge and products to help others grow food where its needed most on this planet.”
About Zerez Holdings: Zerez Holdings, Inc., (OTC PINK: ZRZH) Zerez Holdings is a public equity corporation focused on the advanced agriculture and cannabis industries with plans to grow through acquisition, strategic alliances, and proprietary intellectual property. The company’s wholly owned subsidiary Next Generation Farming provides turnkey commercial greenhouse and automation systems that improve yields and decrease water consumption for cultivators of organic food and cannabis crops. The company’s websites are www.zerezholdings.com and www.nextgen.farm
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