• Michael Semler, CEO of Nass Valley, sat down with Dave Jackson to discuss Nass Valley’s partnership agreement with FreeSpace Social
  • Michael Semler, CEO of Nass Valley, sat down with Dave Jackson to discuss the many benefits of this partnership
  • Michael describes FreeSpace Social as a social platform that promotes a positive culture that empowers people
  • Nass Valley Gateway (NVG) is a publicly traded company focused on the sales and distribution of organic, non-GMO, CBD products
  • Nass Valley Gateway Ltd. (NVG) is currently trading at C$0.125 per share

Nass Valley Gateway (NVG) has signed a partnership agreement with emerging social media company, FreeSpace Social.

Michael Semler, CEO of Nass Valley, sat down with Dave Jackson to discuss the many benefits of this partnership.

Michael describes FreeSpace Social as a social platform that promotes a positive culture by helping people better themselves and their community.

 Nass Valley will run ads promoting its CBD business and its Nass Valley Direct division across the entire FreeSpace network.

FreeSpace supports CBD product education and sales, so a partnership with Nass Valley makes sense.

Nass Valley Gateway (NVG) is a publicly-traded company focused on the sales and distribution of organic, non-GMO, CBD products for pet and human consumption.

Nass Valley Gateway Ltd. (NVG) is currently trading at C$0.125 per share.

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