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Subjects: VET, CSR

Viral Sensation Announces Charity Donation to U.S. Veterans



LAS VEGAS, Nov. 10, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Joe Vargas, CEO of Cloud N9NE Syrup and the Las Vegas entrepreneur behind the viral sensation "Fake Melania" tweet, is looking to give back after seeing an increase in business related to the tweet.  Joe Vargas, a veteran of the U.S. Navy, is donating a percentage of the profits he made from the worldwide response to services for U.S. veterans.

"As a veteran myself, I'm all too familiar with the after effects of being released from military service and not knowing what to do next; as well as the medical conditions endured while serving," Vargas said. Vargas' Cloud N9ne Syrup and other CBD products are sold on his ecommerce site BuyLegalMeds.com (parent company Space Monkey, LLC). "I was fortunate to eventually find an industry that I'm extremely passionate about and one that's doing exceptionally well right now. It's an honor for me to be able to give back, and maybe even inspire a fellow veteran to find their "next chapter."

Joe's ecommerce CBD business instantly experienced a sales spike when his tweet questioning if it was really First Lady Melania Trump attending a recent press conference with President Trump went viral.  "It was an honest reaction I had while watching the news late at night.  I didn't expect to see the response it had gotten by the following morning." The tweet received 4.5K comments, 71K retweets, 117K likes, and even led to an official response to the press from the White House.  President Trump even sent out a tweet confirming it was the "real Melania" as a direct response to the coverage. 

Since Cloud N9NE Syrups started in 2015, it has achieved great financial success. Sales have steadily doubled each year since its launch and are expected to triple within the next year thanks to a rapidly growing customer base of millions nationwide. "This industry has afforded me incredible opportunities," says Vargas.  "My initial intention in joining the military was to be able to make an impact and create real change in the world. Being able to find another industry where I can truly make a difference is deeply fulfilling for me."

About Space Monkey

Space Monkey, LLC is the parent company for Cloud N9NE Syrup, and also serves as a digital marketing hub focusing on building brands through digital media marketing expertise. The company's additional brands include Green Hemp Organics and ACTIV8 CBD.  For more information, visit www.BuyLegalMeds.com.

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SOURCE Cloud N9NE Syrup


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