Toronto, Ontario- April 27, 2020 – EuroLife Brands (CSE: EURO) (FSE: 3CMA) (OTCPK: EURPF) (“EuroLife” or the “Company”), a vertically integrated enterprise focused on the pan-European health and wellness sector, today reported Mr. Shawn Moniz, Chief Executive Officer has exercised over 1.5 million share purchase warrants at a price of $0.05, a price that is currently above market offer. This brings open market purchases by Mr. Shawn Moniz to over 2 million shares in the past 60 days.
“In my opinion EuroLife Brands’ current share price is NOT reflective of the potential of its business plan and the long-term outlook for the health and wellness markets in the European Union,” said Shawn Moniz, CEO of EuroLife. “We have made two important announcements regarding pending transactions that my team is working to close as soon as possible. The latest announcement of the acquisition of a chain of health and wellness retail locations in Germany and Luxembourg will put EuroLife Brands on the European map. It will allow us to gain the distribution and revenue segment of the business model for end-user products we have been working so hard to achieve. As we navigate these uncharted economic conditions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, I believe the health and wellness product category will become more evident and more important moving forward. In addition to not having sold a single share in the company thus far, I am also voluntarily putting these exercised shares in escrow for a period of 12-months as a show of confidence in the future of Eurolife Brands.”
About EuroLife Brands Inc.
EuroLife Brands (CSE: EURO) (FSE: 3CMA) (OTCPK: EURPF) is a vertically integrated enterprise focused on the pan-European health and wellness sector.
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