GrowLife Strengthens Financial Management Core with New Addition To Its Board of Directors

Mark E. Scott, a highly qualified financial executive brings three decades of experience to advise the Company on growth investments and fiscal responsibility efforts

May 27, 2014, 17:00 ET from GrowLife, Inc.

WOODLAND HILLS, Calif., May 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- GrowLife, Inc. (OTC: PHOT), the recognized leader in specialty hydroponics and a provider of essential goods for indoor growers, today announced that financial executive Mark E. Scott joined its Board of Directors effective May 21, 2014. Mr. Scott has served as Chief Financial Officer and held board and secretary positions for several publically traded companies. Mr. Scott will help advise the company on strategic growth investments, financial reporting and governance.

"GrowLife needs to ensure it has the strongest financial controls in place that not only meet regulatory standards, but responsibly exceed them during this volatile time in the market," said Marco Hegyi, President of GrowLife. "Mark is a critical addition to the future of GrowLife, and with his guidance, we will strengthen and stabilize the Company's ability to work with the public market."

Mr. Scott has deep knowledge in all of the major aspects of finance with significant experience leading financial operations for fast paced growth companies in technology, consumer goods, telecommunication and mining sectors. He has built and managed financial teams in companies focused on high growth opportunities, and closed significant mergers and acquisitions over the past decade.

Mr. Scott also has an exceptional background in working on U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) reporting and compliance matters. As a Board Member for GrowLife, his experience is expected to help expedite the return to active trading on a preferred exchange, and guide the Company's SEC reporting policies and procedures.

"The challenge of capitalizing on such market growth requires solid infrastructure and reporting systems to mitigate risks that are necessary to scale a company," said Mr. Scott. "The leadership team at GrowLife understands these challenges and, with my help, is reinforcing Company-wide financial controls to lead industry growth."

GrowLife continues to strengthen its SEC reporting policies and procedures, as well as improved internal controls following the trading suspension in April. Currently, the Company is voluntarily conducting an in-depth evaluation of the company's financial operations with assistance from independent counsel. The internal evaluation, and all new financial practices, is part of a larger effort designed to have the Company return to active trading on a preferred exchange.

About GrowLife, Inc.
GrowLife, Inc. (PHOT) ( develops, markets and deploys products and services addressing the needs of legal cannabis growing and retail operations, including hydroponic growing equipment and retail support software. The Company provides these solutions in our nationwide retail network, as well as online sites, and The Company also operates the political and social forum,

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