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Shares of Dig-It Underground Inc. (DIGX) Rose Sharply as Subsidiary enters into Deal with 777 Apparel

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Shares of Dig-It Underground Inc. (PINK: DIGX) surged in Tuesday’s trading session. The penny stock of DIGX ended the day 40% higher at $0.0350, with volume up from daily average of 10,312 to 2.81 million.

Dig-It Underground shares rose sharply on Tuesday after the company announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Get Down Art, entered into an apparel deal with 777 Apparel to create sportswear with DIGX’s world famous brand Sin City Kitty™.

Brandon Donofrio, president of Dig-It Underground, said that DIGX is very pleased to see the increase in demand for Sin City Kitty™ products and merchandise. Donofrio said that the continued success gives DIGX great confidence to expand the brand into additional channels of distribution worldwide.

 


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