- Red White & Bloom Posted Second Quarter Adjusted EBITDA of $6.5 Million, Which Excluded the Financials of Both of RWB’s Pending Major Acquisitions in Platinum Vape and Michigan-Based PharmaCo
- Platinum Vape Boasts Current Annualized Revenues of Over $102 Million and EBITDA of Approximately 25%-30% with the Deal Slated to Close on or Around September 15, 2020
- In Addition to PV, RWB’s Acquisition of PharmaCo, a Dominant Operator and Leader in the Burgeoning Michigan Cannabis Market, is Also Nearing its Completion and Will Follow Regulatory Approval from the State
Red White & Bloom (CSE: RWB) (OTCQX: RWBYF) released its first quarterly earnings report since the company commenced trading on the Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE) earlier this year.
As a follow on to RWB’s July 22, 2020 press release, the company has also firmed up its deal to acquire Platinum Vape, a thriving and highly profitable U.S. cannabis operator founded by the father-son duo of George and Cody Sadler.
Platinum Vape is a true American success story and a perfect example of what can be achieved when fiscal responsibility is combined with strong leadership and management. The Sadler’s founded Platinum Vape nine years ago with no outside investment. Under their stellar leadership, PV has grown into one of the most impressive cannabis names in the United States.
“After a year and half of hard work by our team, we are now pulling all the pieces together in order to be the driving force in the high-value States we plan to operate in. With the addition Platinum, who comes with one of the highest quality and hardest working management teams having built one of the strongest brands in cannabis, RWB’s future couldn’t be ‘higher,’” commented Brad Rogers, Chairman & CEO of Red White & Bloom.
In addition to acquiring the physical assets of PV, RWB will bolster its leadership with proven industry visionaries as well as acquire PV’s roadmap to profitability, which the company can synergistically combine with its own.
By joining forces with Red White & Bloom, the Sadler’s have arguably put themselves in a position with immense upside.
“Cody and I are so excited that we’re able to execute on all levels needed to get this done. To be successful in this space, you need a solid team, and that’s exactly what we feel we are part of with RWB. The future growth for Platinum, combined with a company that has solid growth, low debt and great direction, is what’s needed to navigate through this space, and that’s what RWB has to offer. We couldn’t be happier with the decision we have made to be a part of the RWB team,” stated Platinum Vape co-founder George Sadler.
According to the terms of the definitive, arms-length agreement to acquire PV entered into on September 1, 2020, RWB will not assume any long-term debt, nor will there be a change of control. The deal is subject to the typical closing conditions and is expected to close in roughly two weeks.
Platinum Vape’s full product line of ultra-premium cannabis products are sold in over 700 retail locations throughout Michigan, California and Oklahoma. PV products currently have an 84% approval rating on the popular site WeedMaps.
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Also Read: Red White & Bloom’s Acquisition of Platinum Vape Will Mark a Positive Inflection Point in the Growth of the American Cannabis Industry
RWB Q2 Earnings Highlights
- Adjusted EBITDA for the quarter was $6.5 million excluding both the Platinum Vape and PharmaCo deals, a strong year over year improvement compared to a loss of $4.7 million in Q2 2019
- Current assets increased by 180% while current liabilities decreased by 60% from Q4, 2019
- Q2 revenues amounted to $1.5 million but excluded both of RWB’s definitive and funded cannabis acquisitions (PV & PharmaCo) which are expected to close soon.
- Gross margin before fair value impacts in Q2 was 82% with the company attributing its strong gross margin performance to its streamlined Illinois operations allowing for low-cost production and an all-in cash cost of $0.10 per gram of hemp flower, a similar cost to outdoor-grown, lower-value CBD.
- At the end of Q2, RWB had working capital of $48 million and an average monthly cash spend on operating activities of $1.5 million.
- The company’s cash balance at the end of Q2 was $2.6 million and will soon be bolstered by roughly $25 million following the close of RWB’s recently announced upsized bought deal financing.
“Also, the expected closing of our Michigan Investee will provide the ability to report some very compelling numbers. I’m looking forward to putting our significant cash raise to work; with our upsized $25 million capital raise, we will continue on our disciplined path of growing this business, returning the most value to Shareholders and Making America Dope again,” added Rogers.
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