CROP Infrastructure Corp. (CSE:CROP, OTC:CRXPF) is pleased to announce the company has entered into a licensing agreement for four established cannabis brands that are currently being sold in Washington and will be available in California shortly.
CROP will be sub-licensing these established brands to its tenant growers in California and Washington.
Furthermore CROP announces it has acquired 10 additional brands for license to its tenant growers as follows:
|PROHIBITION GREENS||ILLUMINATI CANNABIS||HONEY BADGER BUDS|
|PLAYERS GREENS||DIABLO HERBS||CHOICES CANNABIS|
|WHITE RHINO CANNABIS||GATOR GANJA||CHE CANNABIS|
CROP Infrastructure Director & CEO Michael Yorke states: “As the cannabis market grows and matures, consumers will choose brands that they trust to provide superior quality. Having unique and established brands that we will be able to license in Washington, California, other states, and globally will be another benefit that CROP will be able to provide to its tenant growers.”
All of the company’s brands and projects can now be found on our website at www.cropcorp.com. Follow Crop on Instagram @CROPCORP and twitter @Crop_cse.
Michael Yorke – CEO & Director
Phone: (604) 484-4206
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