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Hydrobuilder Holdings & Surna Cultivation Technologies Sign a Strategic Partnership

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To establish a One-Stop-Shop for Cultivation Companies, Surna Cultivation Technologies LLC and Hydrobuilder Holdings LLC have formed a non-equity strategic agreement.

With Hydrobuilder Holdings’ expansive commercial-first omnichannel platform, Surna Cultivation Technologies LLC, a division of CEA Industries Inc. (NASDAQ: CEAD), has formed a non-equity strategic alliance to combine its industry-leading controlled environment agriculture (CEA) systems engineering and technologies.

The agreement brings together Surna’s excellent architectural skills, MEP design services, and carefully selected HVACD product line with Hydrobuilder Holdings’ facility programming (layouts), extensive catalog of related items, and MEP design services.

“Solidifying this relationship with Hydrobuilder Holdings is a breakthrough achievement for Surna,” stated Tony McDonald, Chairman, and CEO of CEA Industries Inc. “Our combined offering can fully serve our customers with every conceivable service and product they would need to build out or refurbish an indoor cultivation facility. I am confident this will not only be of great value to our customers but will be a great source of growth for both our companies.”

“We have worked closely with Tony and the Surna team over the past few months to establish this value-added alliance that brings quality, convenience, and simplicity to our customers,” said Dustin Bertram, Hydrobuilder Holdings’ Chief Commercial Officer. “Hydrobuilder Holdings brings decades of experience and a broad and deep catalog of leading cultivation products, and we’re excited to expand our offerings to include Surna’s leading design services and HVACD products. The strength of our brands, combined with our technical expertise, industry knowledge, and channel coverage will be a huge benefit for our customers.”

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