1606 Corp Recaps First Half of 2023

1606 Corp. (OTC: CBDW), a CBD holding company focused on acquisitions, highlights its achievements in the first half of 2023 and provides investors with guidance for Q3.

During Q1, 1606 Corp accomplished several significant milestones. Firstly, the company began trading under the ticker symbol CBDW and successfully launched CBD Singlz, a new product line that has exceeded sales expectations and received positive customer feedback. Secondly, 1606 Corp secured a major distribution partnership, expanding its reach and widening distribution channels.

In Q2, 1606 Corp faced the impact of spin-off shares clearing, which were inherited by SinglePoint Inc shareholders. As a result, the share structure for CBDW expanded and has remained constant at 43,188,519 million outstanding shares. Additionally, in Q2, CBDW closed its second major distribution partnership, further increasing sales and brand awareness.

These milestones reflect 1606 Corp’s dedication to creating value for shareholders, achieving sales growth, and positioning the company for continued success in the upcoming quarters.

Highlights from 2023:

⦁ 1606 Corp Now Trading under Ticker CBDW, Management Announces First Acquisition. 

⦁ 1606 Corp. (OTC | CBDW) to Produce a New Inventory of CBD Smokables to Supply an Additional 2500 Retail Outlets, Engages Direct Marketing Expert to Head Efforts. 

⦁ 1606 Corp. (OTC | CBDW) Completes Purchase of 51% of CBD Supplier, Brio Nutrition. 

⦁ 1606 Corp Announces Pivotal Distribution Deal With a Premier CBD Distributor. 

⦁ CBDW Launches Direct-to-Merchant Campaign for CBD Singlz. 

⦁ 1606 Corp. Signs Product Distribution Agreement With SurgePays, Inc. 

⦁ 1606 Corp Increases Production To Meet CBD Product Demand 

⦁ Filed 10Q for the first quarter of 2023 showing improvements and growth. 

Looking ahead, 1606 Corp remains focused on driving growth and profitability for the rest of the year. The company plans to significantly increase inventory to meet the demand generated by partnerships with Cool Blue Distribution and Surge Pays, a nasdaq listed company. These partnerships have already contributed to an increase in product placement, and the company expects revenue
to grow substantially as recent marketing campaigns prove successful. CBDW intends to continue investing in marketing and sales efforts, including campaigns like the “Cali Push,” to expand its customer base and enhance brand awareness. Additionally, the company’s management will continue developing and improving product offerings to meet the evolving needs of CBD customers. CBDW will explore potential partnerships and acquisitions that align with its strategic objectives and aims to finalize at least one more acquisition by the end of Q4.

About 1606 Corp;
In April 2021, 1606 Corp. was spun off from Singlepoint Inc. (OTCQB: SING). 1606 has been able to add a variety of CBD products under the Brio Nutrition line, and smokable hemp brands Truz and CBD Singlz. The company intends to acquire Companies in the CBD, including brands, distribution, retail outlets, and manufacturing. 1606 Corp. was awarded the ticker symbol CBDW in mid-January 2023.

Industry Information;
Rates of cannabidiol (CBD) usage in the United States are projected to surge in 2023, according to industry With recent studies suggesting as high as a 10% year-over-year (YoY) increase in usage, Top CBD supplier predicts that 2023 will be a pivotal year for the industry as the widespread adoption of CBD-infused products is set to take place across the health and wellness, beauty, and food and beverage industries. Data from 2022 provides insight into the widespread nature of CBD-infused products. The Center for Advancing Health (CFAH) reported that 26% of Americans used CBD in 2022, and according to ClevelandClinic.org, https://my.clevelandclinic.org/. It is also often marketed toward individuals struggling with anxiety, depression, quitting smoking, fitness recovery, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Forward-Looking Statements
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