INFLUENTIAL MARIJUANA TRADE GROUP AND PENNSYLVANIA MEDICAL MARIJUANA LICENSE WINNERS LAUNCH COALITION OF PA LICENSE HOLDERS
Harrisburg, PA, June 26, 2017 — Today, the American Trade Association of Cannabis & Hemp (ATACH) and Pennsylvania’s Medical Marijuana license winners have announced the formation of ATACH’s Pennsylvania Coalition of Marijuana License Holders.
“ATACH’s efforts were absolutely vital to the passage of the Pennsylvania law and we are so proud to join Pennsylvania license holders as they organize to ensure that this industry matures safely and responsibly,” said Sheri Springer, Senior Vice President of Sales, MJ Freeway.
“GTI at it’s core believes that by providing leadership and fostering collaboration among business, we can provide a platform for the growth of a safe, thoughtful and responsible industry that will meet patient’s needs and deliver on the promise of medical cannabis,” said Pete Kadens, CEO, GTI.
“We are coming together as license holders because we have a responsibility to our future patients and communities to provide leadership in implementing the Commonwealth’s vision for this exciting new industry,” said Sterling Crockett, Managing Partner, AGRiMED Industries.
“Communities in our state have significant economic needs and the partnerships that license holders have forged will be foundational in transforming communities and providing new treatments options for Pennsylvania patients,” said Keith Morgan, Partner, Holistic Farms
“We’re delighted to have been chosen as one the first companies to build Pennsylvania’s medical marijuana industry and now to join with other license holders to create jobs and improving the quality of life for Pennsylvanians with serious medical conditions by growing and processing high-quality medical marijuana,” said Christopher Woods, President and C.E.O. of Terrapin Care Station.