Cherubim Interests Inc Announces New Corporate Website Launch

DALLAS, Feb. 15, 2018 — Cherubim Interests, Inc. (OTC:CHIT) (the “Company”), an expansion-stage alternative construction and real estate development company, announces that announces that it has launched its new corporate website.
Said CEO Patrick Johnson: “We like the professional look and feel our new logo and website and it will be updated with current business activity going forward, along with corporate milestones, industry news and events.”About Cherubim Interests Inc.Cherubim Interests specializes in alternative construction projects, as well as covering the entire spectrum of real estate development: due diligence, acquisition, planning, construction, renovation, and management; providing complete beginning-to-end development programs for mixed use, single, and multifamily projects and properties.For more information, visit www.cherubiminterests.comFor more information please contact:
Cherubim Interests, Inc.
Patrick J. Johnson
Chief Executive Officer
(844) 842-8872
[email protected]

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