AAP, Inc. Cancels over $2 million in debt

Cheyenne, Wyoming, January 24, 2023 – McapMediaWire – AAP, Inc. (OTC Pink: AAPJ) is happy to announce the cancellations of agreements with Redtail LLC. for $1.5 million and our in house debt collections for $550,000. In doing this, we will eliminate a lot of over hang on the company, providing us with more focus and control over our interest in the Buddha Company, a Los Angeles based cannabis business. We look very much forward to working together and developing growing relationships with others that want to be part of a common goal, and we believe we have found that with the Buddha Company.

We feel more confident about our future than ever before, as we believe that our vision for Buddha will produce excellent results in the near term. Buddha has a great history of growth and success that we will build on as we add exciting new opportunities.

We continue to work in many important areas to improve the company, including working on a new company website, updating the OTC Markets company profile page, and updating the company’s Twitter page.

Paul Bakajin, CEO, stated, “I am very pleased to have canceled over $2 million in debt from our books I am very happy to be moving forward in building a great future for AAP, Inc.”

To better reflect the company’s new direction. Please disregard any and all past social media posts and/ or news releases. A company press release will verify any new social media outlets. Currently, the only media outlet is the company’s Twitter account @TheRealAAPJ in order to better communicate with our shareholders, please email us at info@aap-inc.com. The Company’s website is www.app-inc.com. All information can be verified at https://www.otcmarkets.com/stock/AAPJ/profile. We will be providing many more updates for our shareholders as the company moves in a new direction.

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