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12/3/2019 4:04 PM
Edited Date/Time: 12/3/2019 4:05 PM

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Alias CBD sponsorship of GEICO Honda team a continuation of 12 years of support

PORTSMOUTH, N.H. (Dec. 3) -- Alias CBD has been named the Official CBD of the GEICO Honda/Factory Connection race team and will assume associate-sponsor placement on all team gear, motorcycles and vehicles in 2020 and beyond.

The multi-year deal extends businessman Mike Grondahl's financial support of the team into its 13th year, making it one of the longest in the industry. Grondahl first promoted Planet Fitness through the team in 2008 when his company was in its infancy. He later used the team to advertise Alias MX, an entity that manufactured superior riding gear for Motocross competitors and enthusiasts.

"We've enjoyed Motocross for years as a family and we're always looking for ways to give back," Grondahl said. "From our initial involvement with the Planet Fitness brand in 2008 when I became part-owner of the team, through the development of Alias MX gear and now with Alias CBD, we've made it a point to put Motocross riders first.

"We kept the Alias brand with the CBD products to solidify that commitment, and we picked the CBD industry because we know its making a huge difference in so many lives. We were proud to create and manufacture the best riding gear because we wanted to be absolutely sure people were properly equipped, all while charging considerably less than the competitors. Nearly 40,000 customers agreed with our Alias MX philosophy.

"Now we're bringing the same moral intent and desire to help others by bringing plant-based medical solutions to cure a vast array of pain issues affecting people across the United States. Unlike others in the crowded CBD market, we manufacture our products ourselves at our home base in New Hampshire. In that way, we can make absolutely sure the end user gets the very best treatment."

Pointing to the punishing nature of Motocross and the abuse riders routinely take, alleviating the pain and soreness that adversely affects enthusiasts became a focal point for Grondahl, especially as his son Eric became involved in the sport.

"Extreme sports athletes are the early adopters of new technology and once people begin to reap the benefits of Alias CBD products they'll be sold on the science as well," said Eric Grondahl, creative director at Alias CBD. "We're offering safe, hemp-derived products that have been exhaustively tested. We're putting everything we have behind this venture and we're so confident we can alleviate pain that we're starting off by offering a double-your-money-back guarantee on everything we sell."

Alias CBD's first product will be a Pain Balm comprised of all-natural ingredients that are completely THC Free. Future targeted products that complement the Pain Balm will be released in 2020.

About Alias CBD

Alias CBD represents the next generation of plant-based medical solutions. By combining proven organic remedies with cutting-edge CBD science, Alias CBD offers pinpoint pain-relief solutions for individual users. From normal aches and soreness to complex recovery from more severe injuries, our locally-produced Alias CBD products are an all-natural solution. Visit us at AliasCBD.com.

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12/3/2019 4:14 PM

I love this.

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12/3/2019 4:32 PM

"Double your money back" guarantee? Hmm. Wonder if there are any major hoops to jump through.

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12/3/2019 4:50 PM

What's the latest on CBD brands being able to show their logo on major networks?

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12/3/2019 5:21 PM

Dungey, red bikes, and CBD, what the hell happened? Did someone get a time machine working and screw something up in the past?

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12/3/2019 5:45 PM

I love how Feld chose to ban it last year because they didn't have a contract with any brand, and yet it's going to be all over the place now. Maybe it was the network's call, but damn that seems selfish.

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12/3/2019 5:46 PM

Cutting edge science lol

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12/3/2019 5:51 PM

I've got pain...does this stuff work?

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If it ain't yer's don't take it, If it ain't the truth dont say it, If it ain't right don't do it...Marcus Aurelius

12/3/2019 6:34 PM

9bro9 wrote:

I love how Feld chose to ban it last year because they didn't have a contract with any brand, and yet it's going to be all over the place now. Maybe it was the network's call, but damn that seems selfish.

I'm curious about that as well. Will Feld allow the logo to be shown?

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12/3/2019 6:36 PM

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12/3/2019 6:37 PM

Bruce372 wrote:

Cutting edge science lol

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12/3/2019 6:40 PM

Diet weed is everywhere now!

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12/3/2019 6:44 PM

plowboy wrote:

I've got pain...does this stuff work?

No. Take a bong rip.

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12/3/2019 6:44 PM

9bro9 wrote:

I love how Feld chose to ban it last year because they didn't have a contract with any brand, and yet it's going to be all over the place now. Maybe it was the network's call, but damn that seems selfish.

Thank you for the update!

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12/3/2019 6:47 PM

Do they have any test results of there product?? Ya know to see if there is actually enough cbd in it to do anything at all. Most these companies are selling chapstick with CBD logos on it.

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12/4/2019 2:43 PM

How does a new company like that (with ties to a company that failed) have the money to sponsor a motocross team???

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12/4/2019 2:49 PM

spd721 wrote:

How does a new company like that (with ties to a company that failed) have the money to sponsor a motocross team???

Other business ventures, funding new business ventures.

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"Sorry Goose, but it's time to buzz the tower."

12/4/2019 2:54 PM

Say what you want but I'm glad this guy keeps pumping money into SX and MX.

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12/4/2019 3:07 PM

spd721 wrote:

How does a new company like that (with ties to a company that failed) have the money to sponsor a motocross team???

You must not know his ties with that team. The grondahl family has a good name tied into gieco Honda

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12/4/2019 3:09 PM
Edited Date/Time: 12/4/2019 3:13 PM

Cool news, any sponsor is welcome in the sport !

I wonder when that trend will hit europe ; i am sure there are countries that would be ok with it (France: no, but Spain? Switzerland? The Netherlands? ; as many teams are based in the netherlands, why not? - especially as many europeans buy some "stuffs" mailed from the netherlands)

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12/4/2019 5:30 PM

Curious as to why they couldn't (or chose not to) continue to run their gear line alongside this new venture? Funding issues?

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