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The Tinley Beverage Company Inc. (TNYBF)

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    Benn
    Where have all the pumpers gone? Maybe they called corporate to get the address of the warehouse and learned the number was just an answering machine. Don't get duped, it's your money. Here is a stock tip that is worth exactly what you pay for it. Look at XLE. Watch the chart and when it gets within 10% of the March low, buy it. It pays a good dividend and has long term growth potential. Oil will eventually double in price and stocks will anticipate it. You won't get rich over night, but you won't get wiped out either.
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    Benn
    Dave, how are things in Canada? Are you watching hockey? Still no word from management re. the warehouse address. Do you think we might be getting scammed? If accepted industry standard is five cents profit per can, how many cans must they sell to get to break even? If you speak to Marlene, please tell her I am waiting for her to post that screen shot she threatened me with.
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    Benn
    "This information is not for dissemination in the United States or to US persons. . ." This was the lead from the announcement of the first shipment. Anyone beside me wondering why the statement was there and why the Yahoo! release appeared in the US anyway? My "belief" is this was definitely a CYA. If what the company says about their manufacturing capability is accurate, they could move large quantities of product and possible carve out a place for their product. It would be informative if the company posted actual dollar amounts for product delivered. Meanwhile, we have still not gotten a reply from our inquiry regarding the address of the warehouse.
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    Nicholas
    The full commissioning of the equipment at Long Beach is commencing on September 7, 2020. During this time, the Company will produce larger, sellable batches of all 8 of its infused products.

    In addition, two of the national retailers that have committed to trials of the Company’s non-infused Beckett’s products have now authorized these trials to proceed. As a result, the Company is moving forward with trials of its products in 12 grocery stores and two warehouse-style stores in Southern California. As previously disclosed, these trials had been delayed due to the suspension of samplings and new product launches in most grocery stores in the state due to COVID-19. The stores in which the Beckett’s trials are now commencing are owned by one of the USA’s largest grocery store chains, with over 2,000 stores across the country.

    The Company intends to launch additional products under the brands of its copacking clients and has developed prototype formulations for three such prospective clients.
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    MP
    This one is on my list of must try :-)
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    dave boss
    Tinley Beverage Announces Inaugural Product Shipment From Long Beach Facility, Issues Corporate Update

     August 31, 2020 7:36 PM  Jay Lutz  0 Comments Tinley Beverage Co

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    Tinley Beverage Co (CSE: TNY) released a whirlwind of a corporate update this evening, providing the market with an updated status on a number of pressing issues which include the firms foray into Canada, commissioning of the Long Beach facility, and the expansion of the Beckett’s brand throughout North America.

    First and foremost – Tinley’s is finally coming to Canada. The company announced this evening that it has entered into an agreement with a Canadian manufacturer whom has extensive beverage co-packing experience. While subject to a variety of conditions including final licensing, production of Tinley branded cannabis beverages are expected to commence by October 30, 2020. Further, Tinley is currently working through the Health Canada notification process to ensure that the full taste and effects of its infused beverages in Canada match that of its US product offerings.

    Stateside, the inaugural batches of Tinley ’27 beverages have been produced at the firms new flagship facility in Long Beach. The batches of product include the firms four cask-style cannabis infused beverages, which have since been shipped to Shelf Life for distribution to dispensaries. This includes the firms new Arabica cask, a coffee bean flavoured created to emulate similar alcohol-based beverages.

    Full commissioning of the facilities production lines is expected to occur next month, following which Tinley’s ready to drink products will begin production.

    Finally, the Beckett’s line of non-infused beverages is moving forward with product trials in twelve grocery stores in Southern California. The stores, owned by one of the largest grocery chains in the US, have now commenced product trials. Additionally, Beckett’s is currently completing the onboarding process for several major online retailers, including Amazon, Walmart, and a shopify-driven logistics platform. Broad availability of the Beckett’s line of products is anticipated to be available throughout the USA in September as a result, with the potential for shipment to Canada as well.

    Lastly, initial production of Beckett’s products in both still and carbonated formats is expected to begin in Ontario via a co-packing arrangement this fall. The company will begin working towards securing listings in grocery and other beverage retail stores as a result across the country.

    Tinley Beverage Co last traded at $0.44 on the CSE.
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    Benn
    Market cap is $36 million. Balance sheet shows the company is worth between $6 and 9 million, 2019 sales were $250,000 and LOSSES $7,000,000. Bond and Dave, this company is in worse shape than RMHB was when you were there. Pretty please, tell me why you would be long here.
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    Nicholas
    I questioned Jeff on Level One copacker
    Here is his response
    "The partner is very secretive because they don’t want to upset their non-cannabis co-packing clients about being involved in cannabis. That’s all I can say. I assure you they are some of the best beverage co-packers in the country, which is why we chose them. And our distribution is the best in the country as well, given it’s the same sales force as Aphria. We have the best of everything in Canada, and investors should need to understand that and be excited about it."
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    Dave
    I can see Tinley announcing their co packing deal any time now. Jeff has already admitted that they have a partner lined up!
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    BOND
    Hey Benn, stop worrying about TNY and pay more attention to being a better father.
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    Nicholas
    In a call with Equity Guru, Tinley CEO Jeff Maser addressed the small 3-month revenue number.

    “Revenue is always choppy for new consumer products, especially beverages,” said Maser, “There are some delays in us being able to recognize revenue for infused products that shipped during the quarter too, which we don’t need to worry about for the non-infused.”

    “We also reduced our cash burn to $200k, which is practically cash flow neutral,” continued Maser, “That should give people some confidence. We did run out of inventory because Long Beach took longer to commission than we thought it would when we shut down the prior bottling line, but obviously that won’t happen again given that Long Beach is already partially running and will be fully commissioned in 2 weeks”.
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    Dave
    Hey all! This company is on the verge of becoming a big player in the cannabis drinks market. Tinley is the real deal!! Do your own research. Ignore the people who don't want to open their eyes. Arguing opinions is a waste of time. Tinley has done everything they said they would and more (eg. Beckett's, which is going to be extremely profitable on its own) Look at what Tinley has planned for the near future. This company wants to become the elite cannabis beverage company! Read what others think about the competition. All I read is that the taste sucks. (Tinley won #1 & #2 at the Emerald Cup World Competition) others use aluminum cans which cause the drinks to lose potency (Tinley uses glass) and people complain that the buzz is weak and takes too long to feel the effect. (Tinley took care of both those problems) TINLEY IS COMING TO CANADA! Imagine the possibilities!! The fact that Hexo and Canopy were out in Canada first means absolutely nothing. They rushed their product out and neglected quality. That is where and why Tinley will destroy them in the Canadian market. Every market has the mediocre products and the elite products. TINLEY WILL BE THE ELITE! Once the public has time to test different products for themselves, Tinley will take off and never look back. All the information is out there! All you have to do is find the answers for yourselves. I'm no pumper. Just an investor who loves everything about this company and their future. Hopefully you see it too before it's too late! Good luck everyone! 👍😁
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    BOND
    Dave, I can see them announcing their co packing deal(s), Canadian LP partnership, positive financials, or something else they have up their sleeve. As far as I'm concerned, they have nothing but a positive future no matter how you look at it.
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    Dave
    Nice post Nicholas! That seriously takes away a lot of questions/opinions about the future.
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    Nicholas
    Something to ponder fellas, of the companies with infused drinks in Canada I can't think of any who are also on shelves in the States, and vice versa for the Cali companies, none are in Canada. Soon enough Tinleys will have the widest reach in the entire infused beverage space, with one of the highest quality products.
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    Dave
    The interview gave us all the information we needed. I've never been so comfortable moving forward as an investor.
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    Nicholas
    Tinley Beverage Company (TNY.C) - Zoom interview with Jeff Maser and Rick Gillis
    www.youtube.com
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    Nicholas
    Overall, it’s obvious from that interview that the delays are not because of management incompetency, but are rather bureaucratic. Yes Tinleys management gave out dates that they thought were adequate in NR, but then unexpected things happened. Although I did like that Jeff pointed out that the wording in their deadlines was suggestive and not concrete. It’s obvious that they are willing to go the extra mile to get things done right. Rick Gillis is a magnificent addition to the team. His expertise and connections are top-notch. Every time I hear him talk, I feel more and more comfortable with my investment.
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    Nicholas
    This just in from Chris Parry: "Hey all, doing the interview today. Chill a bit. Pubcos have to be careful when news is afoot."