MedX Holdings, Inc. (MEDH) Issues 2019 Shareholder Update

CHEYENNE, Wyo.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–MedX Holdings, Inc. (OTC Pink: MEDH) (the company) has had a productive
2018. The first milestone was reached on March 1st when the
previous management resigned and appointed a new CEO – Mark Miller.
Following the appointment of Mr. Miller, the company initiated its
reduction in Authorized Shares from 350 million to 200 million shares.
This demonstrated the company’s commitment to the preservation of
shareholder value.

Quarter over Quarter throughout 2018, MedX Holdings realized an increase
in gross sales from its two (2) newly acquired subsidiaries (MJ Builders
of MN and DDG Properties, LLC). The company’s Annual Report will reflect
total combined gross sales of $2.983 Million USD and $0.01 current Net
Profit Per Share. A rare accomplishment for an OTC Markets Pink Sheet

The company is currently exploring options to initiate a $2.5 Million
USD capital raise for a Mini Storage project. Several options such as a
Private Placement secured by Real Estate or REG A Financing are under
consideration. The projected monthly revenue, upon completion, is
expected to be approximately $78,000.00 in recurring revenue.

“With a commitment to our shareholders in mind we’re going into 2019
with the idea of issuing a dividend based on our expected passive income
streams. Currently we project our dividend would be around $0.0125 per
share and released quarterly based on earnings. Further information
regarding this will come later in the year as our objectives are
attained,” stated MedX CEO, Mark Miller.

Twitter: @MedX_Holdings


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Mark Miller

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