Patent for The Satchel™ Has Been Issued by the US Patent Office
- June 16, 2016
- Posted by: Terry Buffalo
- Category: Uncategorized
DENVER, CO–(Marketwired – Jun 14, 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 that the US Patent Office has issued a patent for The Satchel™, the company’s child-resistant exit package solution. In additional news, the company was named one of the Top 100 Ancillary Businesses in the cannabis industry by Cannabis Business Executive.
The Satchel™ is a pouch-like case designed as a high-quality, child-resistant exit package solution for the regulated cannabis industry. The Satchel™ meets the child-safety requirements of the Consumer Products Safety Commission (CPSC), making it compliant in all states. The Satchel™ was also tested and meets the standards set by the American Society for Testing and Supplies (ASTM).
Cannabis Business Executive, a media company serving the Marijuana Industry, named its 2016 list of Top 100 Ancillary Businesses in the cannabis industry on June 7. American Cannabis Company ranked #42 from a list ranking public and private companies. The ranking was based on employee counts and revenue reported.
Corey Hollister, president and CEO of American Cannabis Company, commented: “Protection of intellectual property is a critical component of staying competitive in the rapidly developing Cannabis space as it continues to experience accelerated innovation. The success of the Satchel™ patent is an important advancement in this component of our corporate strategy. Furthermore, it is exciting to be recognized by Cannabis Business Executive as a leading Ancillary business in the rapidly growing cannabis sector.”
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