Given away on an ad for Maryland store manager posted recently (ziprecruiter)
"Vapor Corp currently has around 50 employees with expectations to grow to 100+ employees by the end of the year due to the number of retail stores they are opening nationwide."
This sounds like they are inferring profit guidance for 2015. . .like prelim guidance. Now for the next 20 to 30 stores FY15 let's get some in MJ legal states like WA, Colorado, Oregon.
The foot traffic in these malls and the rollout speed could lead to vpco becoming the starbucks of vaporizers. Not sure what people are missing here. Vaporizers are extremely popular and vpco demonstrating they can can scale their presence rapidly. The pics of shops look consistent and professional. the vaporizers are priced competitive.
can't believe this stock still trades at 1.08. vpco is going to be huge.
" store model can be replicated across the country and developed into a national retail presence capable of achieving sustainable, profitable growth," concluded Mr. Holman"
medical cannabis industry distribution and supply agreement of proprietary vaporizer products for resale throughout their cannabis dispensary network in California, Colorado, Washington and Oregon;
vapo purchase should help the bottom line. they have solid distribution channels and were growing rapidly until acquisition by vpco. emagine store rollout on target as well.
well we have some good news stories. 1. Alaska just legalized recreational. that will propel vaporizer sales. 2. vpco been opening their emagine kiosks according to biz plan roll out post vapo purchase. very nice looking stores.
lol. wait there is sugar and preservatives in soda? No way. no one will ever drink it. No one has been drinking coke, dr. pepper, root beer etc. Tired of the current trending millennial rants of health health health that supposedly will lead to a tectonic change in the dietary patterns of 100+ years in the usa. coke started 1892. Organic was hot in the 1960's only to disappear for decades to return 10 years ago. these are blip trends. It's called a fad people.
look at the top line revenue growth % from dec 31st 2013 to current. The argument whether this is a craft soda is moot because the market considers it a small batch "local' type soda regardless. Cue built the company up left and the following #$%$ ceo nearly destroyed the company. she's back to rebuild and the numbers show she's bringing it back to life.