TORONTO, ON, Aug. 27, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via NEWMEDIAWIRE – Amfil Technologies Inc. (OTC: FUNN), and its primary subsidiary, Canada’s original board game bar and cafe, Snakes & Lattes, and Guelph’s downtown board game cafe, The Boardroom, jointly announced today that they have reached an arrangement to transition The Boardroom’s operations to Snakes & Lattes over the next few months. Concluding a successful three-year run, The Boardroom will complete its downtown Guelph journey on Thursday, August 29th, 2019 and close its doors until November 2019, allowing Snakes & Lattes time to revitalise and retool the cafe space for their grand opening celebration.

“After searching throughout the summer, we are thrilled to have found the perfect partner to take over our cafe,” said The Boardroom’s CEO, Mark MacKinnon. “Snakes and Lattes is the ‘Gold Standard’ for board game cafes worldwide, and is the all-in-one model to which we have always strived. It’s a bit like working with your idol! We know that the community space we started will continue under Snakes & Lattes, and look forward to their expansion into our amazing city.”

“Working with Snakes & Lattes on this transition allows Mark and me to focus on our city councillor roles,” added The Boardroom’s Treasurer, Rodrigo Goller. “Although we will miss everything that The Boardroom offered downtown Guelph, everyone wins with this arrangements and we couldn’t be happier.”

Snakes & Lattes founder and President, Ben Castanie, will make an appearance at The Boardroom’s final day of operations on August 29th to help celebrate today’s announcement. “The Boardroom created something special in Guelph, and our team is excited to sustain its tradition of exceptional customer service and community involvement. As our first Canadian Snakes & Lattes cafe outside Toronto, our new Guelph location will play an important strategic role as we continue our corporate expansion.”

About Snakes & Lattes

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Amfil Technologies Inc. www.amfiltech.com/

Snakes & Lattes Inc. www.snakesandlattes.com /

Morning (Snakes & Lattes Publishing SAS) https://www.morning.us/

GRO3 Joint Venture http://gro3systems.com/

Interloc-Kings Inc. http://www.interloc-kings.com/

About Us:

Amfil Technologies Inc. is the parent company to three wholly owned subsidiaries.

1). Snakes & Lagers Inc. holds the trade name and is the owner of Snakes & Lattes Inc. which currently operates 3 tabletop gaming bars and cafes located in Toronto, Ontario and 1 in Tempe, Arizona. The company is in the process of expanding throughout North America. Snakes & Lattes Inc. was the first board game bar and cafe in North America, is believed to be the largest in the world and has the largest circulating public library of board games in North America for customers to choose from. Snakes & Lattes Inc. currently has a 100+ member staff and recently acquired the exclusive distribution rights throughout Canada for some of the most popular board games in the world. The company also operates a lucrative fulfillment and distribution division and has recently entered into the board game publishing business through the acquisition of Morning which is expected to add significant revenues to the bottom line. For more information on Snakes & Lattes Inc. feel free to visit the website at www.snakesandlattes.com.

2). The EcoPr03 GRO3 Antimicrobial System was jointly developed between Amfil Tech and A.C.T.S. Inc. which recently rebranded its technology under Advanced Ozone Integration as an extension of the existing ozone technology being utilized in the food and beverage industry and integrated by A.C.T.S. into companies such as Pepsi, Nestle, Sysco, Sun Pacific and many others. The system is a triple-function sanitization unit capable of naturally eliminating 99.9% of water and airborne pathogens and the typically problematic pests that wreak havoc for cultivators (like aphids, whiteflies and spider mites), as well as bacteria, fungus, microbes and mold on surfaces, all without chemicals. The unit can also constantly regulate a given facility's water supply, oxygenating the water and maintaining a consistent PPM infusion of ozone that prevents the formation of algae, bacteria or mold (allowing for comprehensive water recycling), simultaneously removing the need to use pesticides and/or dangerous, often carcinogenic products to treat production problems, as is common throughout the industry today. This environmentally-friendly solution also eliminates odors, while slightly reducing the air temperature, lowering energy consumption by the HEPA filtration and HVAC systems and could potentially allow for a facilities process to be labeled certified organic in the U.S.A. when the crop is no longer considered illegal on the federal level, otherwise "Clean Green" or "Certified Kind" in the meantime. The EcoPr03 GRO3 Antimicrobial System recently passed product review by a registered USDA certifying agent for use in California as well as Pennsylvania and surrounding states. The subsidiary has developed a strategic partnership with Roto Gro, the creator of proprietary rotary hydroponic technology. More information on this product line can be found on the www.gro3systems.com website or on twitter @GRO3Systems.

3). Interloc-Kings Inc. is a hardscape construction company servicing the Greater Toronto Area. This subsidiary is an authorized Unilock installer. Unilock is North America's premier manufacturer of concrete interlocking paving stones and segmental wall products. Interloc-Kings Inc. has an A+ Rating with the Better Business Bureau (BBB) and a 10/10 rating on homestars.com. Specializing in stone and wood installations between $5,000 and $150,000 per project, Interloc-Kings Inc. has quickly become a top, high quality installation company of outdoor living areas in the GTA. More information on this subsidiary can be found at the website www.interloc-kings.com.

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Contact: Roger Mortimer Amfil Technologies Inc. Telephone: (647) 880-5887 Email: rmortimer@amfiltech.com Or Ben Castanie Snakes & Lattes Inc. Telephone: (416) 500 2911 Email: ben@snakesandlattes.com

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