About Aerogrow International, Inc
AeroGrow International, Inc. engages in the development, marketing, direct-selling, and wholesale of indoor garden systems to consumers and retailers worldwide. The company’s principal products include indoor gardens and proprietary seed pod kits that allow consumers to grow vegetables, such as tomatoes, chili peppers, and salad greens; fresh herbs comprising cilantro, chives, basil, dill, oregano, and mint; and flowers, which comprise petunias, snapdragons, geraniums, and vinca. It also provides grow lights and a patented nutrient formula, as well as various cooking, gardening, and decor accessories. The company offers its in-home garden systems under the AeroGardens name. Its products are used in the gardening, cooking, healthy eating, and home and office décor markets. The company also provides its products through online and in-store retail distribution, as well as through direct-to-consumer sales channels. AeroGrow International, Inc. was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Boulder, Colorado. AeroGrow International, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of SMG Growing Media, Inc. Address: 5405 Spine Road, Boulder, CO, United States, 80301
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Aero, a startup backed by Garrett Camp’s startup studio Expa, has raised $20 million in Series A funding — right as CEO Uma Subramanian said demand for air travel is returning “with a vengeance.” I last wrote about Aero in 2019, when it announced Subramanian’s appointment as CEO, along with the fact that it had […]
Today stockholders of AeroGrow International, Inc. (OTCQB: AERO) (AeroGrow) representing approximately 1,700,000 shares (the Stockholders) announced their intention to reject Scotts Miracle-Gro’s (SMG) offer of $3.00 per share merger consideration and instead exercise their right to dissent and demand fair payment for their shares. In the dissenters’ rights proceedings, these stockholders will demonstrate that (1) SMG egregiously manipulated both the trading and appraised price of AeroGrow stock, (2) the AeroGrow Special Committee and Board of Directors did little to mitigate SMG’s abhorrent behavior and instead agreed to merger consideration that they knew was substantially below fair market value, and (3) both the trading price of AeroGrow’s stock prior to SMG’s manipulative actions and an assessment of AeroGrow’s value by an independent valuation expert clearly establish that the offered price is wholly inadequate.