Top Shelf Brands (OTC.PK:TEMN) Forms Advisory Board

Top Shelf Brands (OTC.PK:TEMN) Forms Advisory Board

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Scott Vanis, Chairman of Minerco Resources (OTCQB:MINE), Inc. and Level 5 Beverage Company, Inc. named as initial member

Houston, TX / ACCESSWIRE / June 23, 2014 / Top Shelf Brands Holdings, Inc.(a Nevada Corporation) (OTCBB:TEMN)  a progressive developer and marketer of fine spirits, is happy to announce the formation of an advisory board. The primary role of the advisory board will be to advise management on issues related to execution of the business plan, and to help bring new customers to the Company. The Board of Directors will be expanded once the Company receives its new stock symbol and its SEC filings are all updated.

We are proud to announce that Mr. Scott Vanis, Chairman of Minerco, Inc. (OTCQB:MINE) , the holding company for Level 5 Beverage Company, has agreed to be the initial member of our Advisory Board. Mr. Vanis has extensive experience in the microcap and small cap markets, having successfully guiding the successful launch and expansion of Level 5’s flagship brands (see http://www.level5beverage.com/), which along with the much anticipated launch of the Company’s VitaminFizz(r) Brand (see http://www.vitamin-fizz.com/), has lifted the market capitalization of MINE stock by tenfold this calendar year. Mr. Vanis will also be able to call upon the expertise of his advisors and partners which include one of the largest and well known global beverage consultants, Power Brands Consulting, LLC.

Mr. Pierce added, “We are extremely excited to announce that Mr. Vanis will be joining our newly formed Advisory Board.   Mr. Vanis has extensive experience in the microcap and beverage space. We both hail from Houston, Texas and have met and see many synergies. As we have previously announced and of particular interest to Mr. Vanis, is our upcoming launch of our “herbal infused” Tequila. Level 5 Beverage has a line called, The Herbal Collection(tm) (“THC”), so I will be looking to Scott for his advice on the our initial launch.”

Mr. Vanis went on to say, “I am honored and excited to be on the Top Shelf team. I admire Mr. Pierce’s vision and enthusiasm, and I look forward to continuing the company’s impressive growth and making Top Shelf’s vision a reality! As a fellow small cap executive, I am very familiar with the challenges (and rewards) associated with running a public beverage company and hope to help streamline Top Shelf’s expansion. With our similar visions, yet differing expertise and contacts, I am confident that, together, we will achieve un-paralleled success.”

About TSB: http://www.drinktopshelf.com/

Top Shelf Brands Holdings incubates, create, markets and supplies branded alcoholic beverages with an initial offering of Tequila, Liqueur and Bourbon. Being a federally licensed importer and supplier of alcoholic beverages gives us a competitive edge. Top Shelf Brands is dedicated to “Incubating and Creating Brands People Talk About”. Top Shelf Brands is positioned to capitalize on the $1 trillion spirits industry. Strong growth in the industry is anticipated primarily in the premium category.

This news release contains “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of the U.S. Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. When used in this release, words such as “estimate,” “expect,” “anticipate,” “projected,” “planned,” “forecasted” and similar expressions are intended to identify forward-looking statements, which are, by their very nature, no guarantees of Top Shelf Brands Holdings, Inc.’s future operational or financial performance, and are subject to risks and uncertainties. Readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on these forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date of this release. Due to the risks and uncertainties, actual events may differ materially from current expectations. The Company disclaims any intention or obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise.

Contact : Investor Relations

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Seraphim Strategies 561 374 1482

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