The CEO of HUMBL did not sell any shares of the company and now retired the equivalent of more sevenseven0,000,000 personally owned common shares to help reduce dilution in the company

San Diego, Calif., Sept. 21, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — HUMBL, Inc. (OTC Markets: HMBL) today announced that CEO Brian Foote has elected to withdraw an additional 45,000 Series B Preferred Shares he owns, equivalent to 450,000,000 common shares.

The market value of these shares based on the previous trading day’s closing price is approximately $13,500,000 (USD).

Mr. Foote previously withdrew a combined total of approximately 324,917,333 common shares from the float in November 2020, July 2021 and March 2022, also at his own expense.

In summary, Mr. Foote has not sold any HUMBL shares and has now withdrawn the equivalent of approximately 774,917,333 common shares.

The purpose of this stock withdrawal is to reduce the overall number of HUMBL shares and to attempt to reduce dilution to HUMBL shareholders as the company pursues its fundraising and acquisition strategies.

“This action will further facilitate our flexibility to execute consumer marketing partnerships, merger and acquisition strategies, and company capital formation,” said Brian Foote, CEO of HUMBL.

The share cancellation request was submitted on Wednesday, September 21, 2022 to the company’s transfer agent, Pacific Stock Transfer.


HUMBL is a Web3 Commerce platform with consumer products and commercial services.


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