American Cannabis Company Announces It Has Secured a New Client in Pennsylvania for the State's Upcoming Medical Marijuana Program
- May 11, 2016
- Posted by: Terry Buffalo
- Category: Uncategorized
DENVER, CO–(Marketwired – May 11, 2016) – American Cannabis Company, Inc. (OTCQB: AMMJ) (the “Company”), a full-service business-to-business consulting solutions provider, and seller of ancillary products to the cannabis industry, today announced it has signed a new client in Pennsylvania for the state’s upcoming medical marijuana application.
Corey Hollister, president and CEO of American Cannabis Company, commented: “We are very excited to be working with this tremendous team. The merit-based application process has become the preferred method for the majority of states adopting medical marijuana programs, and the competition and complexity has increased steadily with each state. Our client understands that to be successful they need to be proactive and attack the process starting now.
About American Cannabis Company, Inc.:
American Cannabis Company, Inc. offers end-to-end solutions to existing and aspiring participants in the cannabis industry. We utilize our industry expertise to provide business planning and market assessment services, assist state licensing procurement, create business infrastructure and operational best practices. Through our two vertically integrated businesses, American Cannabis Consulting and American Cultivator Company, a group purchasing organization, we support our clients from concept to creation to commercialization to on-going operations.
For more information, please visit: www.americancannabiscompanyinc.com.
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