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American Green Integrates World Class Biometrics in the American Green Machine

Creates a Better-Than-Human Standard for Verification

PHOENIX, AZ -- (Marketwired) -- 11/30/16 -- American Green, Inc. (OTC PINK: ERBB) is pleased to announce that it has selected M2SYS (www.m2sys.com), the premier company in biometric technology, to complete its systems integration with the American Green Machine, or 'AGM.' M2SYS provides technology to many government organizations internationally. Initially M2SYS will provide the M2-FingerVein™, a non-invasive finger vein reader for the 'AGM.' Cuts, dry skin, scars, and other factors can sometimes prevent fingerprint readers from reliably enrolling or identifying a person for smart vending use. The M2-FingerVein™ reader solves this by capturing images of the vein patterns inside a finger. Because these unique patterns are inside the body, finger vein patterns are virtually impossible to reverse engineer and replicate. American Green's use of this specialized technology also solves the issue of low light instances where facial recognition can pose a challenge. Most of all, M2SYS is designed to scale and can support multi-regional verification which will be important as the American Green Machine gains footholds nationwide.

"It's one thing to create a platform that's exciting with a lot of 'wow' factor... and we have done that," says David Gwyther, chairman and acting president of American Green. "It's quite another thing to provide comfort to people, organizations, and regulators where they can be assured, to the maximum extent possible today, that the appropriate person is making a 'regulated purchase.' We feel that M2SYS is the 'best in class' for integration into our American Green Machine," Gwyther concludes.

"We are pleased to work with American Green. They are clearly on the forefront of a rapidly emerging application of biometrics -- auto-retail or 'smart vending,' says Michael Trader, President of M2SYS. "Their ideas relating to safe and secure purchase through machine vending represent a new era in commerce and we are glad to support them in their initiatives. Their appreciation and focus on correct matching for the safety and security of people using the AGM is one of the reasons M2SYS has worked so hard to produce the products we have -- so we can securely support new and existing business initiatives as well as government and large-scale corporate applications," finished Mr. Trader. For more information you can contact John Trader at [email protected], 410-491-5354.

The American Green Machines also known as 'the Ultimate AGMs' are scheduled to begin shipping by the end of year and feature a processor or 'machine brain' created by technology partner Silkron® (www.silkron.com) and can be configured in myriad ways, according to client wishes, whether the client is selling coconut water, beer, cannabis, or any regulated or non-regulated product. See Silkron's demonstration pages for examples of how smart vending is changing the world of smart vending: https://www.youtube.com/user/yongkhun

Be sure to visit the company's website at www.americangreen.com and sign up for the company's emails alerts to stay current on news. The company has over 6,000 shareholders and interest-holders on its private list and the list is growing every month. In addition, shareholders can join in the conversation here: https://otc.watch/groups/american-green-inc-erbb/forum/.

NOTES ABOUT FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS

Except for any historical information contained herein, the matters discussed in this press release contain forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties, including those described in the Company's Securities and Exchange Commission reports and filings. Certain statements contained in this release that are not historical facts constitute forward-looking statements, within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, and are intended to be covered by the safe harbors created by that Act. Reliance should not be placed on forward-looking statements because they involve unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors, which may cause actual results, performance or achievements to differ materially from those expressed or implied. Forward-looking statements may be identified by words such as estimates, anticipates, projects, plans, expects, intends, believes, should and similar expressions and by the context in which they are used. Such statements are based upon current expectations of the Company and speak only as of the date made. The Company undertakes no obligation to update any forward-looking statements to reflect events or circumstances after the date on which they are made.

About American Green, Corp.

American Green, Corp., became one of the first publicly traded technology companies in the medical cannabis industry in the world, beginning in 2009, with the introduction of the ZaZZZ machine for automated, age-verifying dispensing of cannabis-based medicines. Now, with over 50,000 individual shareholders, American Green's mission is to be the cannabis & industrial hemp industry, seed-to sale innovator, leveraging our team of professionals, as well as value-added companies and products -- spanning cultivation, manufacturing and extraction, retail, and community outreach. We strive to develop sustainable businesses, while increasing shareholder value, and awareness beyond our industries.

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