Friday Night Inc. Announces Name Change to 1933 Industries Inc. and Continuation Into British Columbia

Published: September 19, 2018

Friday Night Inc. Announces Name Change to 1933 Industries Inc. and Continuation Into British Columbia

Friday Night Inc. has determined to change its name to ‘1933 Industries Inc.’, and will proceed to effect the continuation of the Company out of the province of Alberta and into the Province of British Columbia, as previously approved by shareholders at the annual and special meeting held on April 24, 2018. The Company’s ticker symbols, TGIF and TGIFF on the Canadian Securities Exchange and the OTCQB respectively, will remain the same.

1933 Industries Inc. was chosen to reflect the Company’s diversified business model, including its established cannabis cultivation and production business, expanded capabilities in hemp / CDB extraction, development of its advisory services arm and its acquisitive growth strategy in the United States and Canada. With a new name and visual identity, several Alternative Medicine Association products will be rebranded as ‘1933 Strains and 1933 Concentrates’ to unify the company, its products and brands.

“1933 Industries signifies and gives tribute to the year when alcohol prohibition ended in the United States. Today, our Company welcomes the dawn of a new era of legalization in Canada, as well as in the United States, where medical cannabis has been legalized in 31 states and for recreational purposes in 9 states,” remarked Mr. Brayden Sutton, President and CEO.

The continuation and name change are expected to be effected on or about September 26, 2018.

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