Exclusive interview with COO Stephen Shearin.
Tempe, AZ -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/16/2014 -- Tranzbyte ERBB is pleased with the unveiling of “ZaZZZ” on Saturday the 12th. “It was absolutely positive from start to finish” said COO Stephen Shearin. The unofficial shareholders meeting provided a chance for investors to finally experience “ZaZZZ”. Additionally, the company gained extensive insight as to last minute modifications before mass distribution. Tranzbyte is excited to prepare for its flagpole distribution of “ZaZZZ” and hope’s to finish beta testing within a month. The company has an extensive understanding of the dispensary business model; and has produced innovate solutions to accommodate the new growing market.
Additionally, Tranzbyte has the technology to retrofit each individual machine as a customization for each client/dispensary. “We’re a technology company that’s applying our skill sets to this space. We’re not strictly trying to produce medicals or just grow lights.” ERBB has shown great diversification, partnering with Lakers point guard Steve Nash to create “One Bode”. One Bode is a nutrition company offering a variety of vitamins and supplements. The company’s top selling product is “Flo” which is a proprietary digestive supplement.
ERBB closed on 4.15.14 @ 0.05 a share. Many were confused or had mixed emotions about the decline. Despite the slight recession in price Mr. Shearin is optimistic saying; “My focus is on doing good business with good companies growing good revenues. We don’t put out news that isn’t news. We don’t sell anything of our own. We just do no shenanigans.”ERBB to date has grown more than 200% since February. The company is doing its due diligence to be a powerhouse in a growing market, while simultaneously making it possible for patients to receive MMJ. ERBB is slated to soar and UPTICK News Wire is issuing a 6 month buy rating with a target price of 0.25 a share.
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