Curaleaf Holdings Inc (OTCMKTS:CURLF) signed a pact with Mango Cannabis to distribute its Select Brand products in Oklahoma. Following this accord, the company’s Select Brand products are being distributed at Tulsa and Edmond based Mango Cannabis dispensaries for the first time.
Curaleaf expands Select brand in 17 states
Curaleaf is expanding the Select brand in 17 states across the US. After acquiring the brand in February 2020 by Curaleaf, the Select Brand retails in Michigan, Colorado, Arizona, Nevada, Maryland, California, Oklahoma, and Oregon. Select has initially introduced its 1 gram Elite Cartridge in the Oklahoma market. The Elite Cartridge (1g) comprises high THC and broad spectrum-oil. Select brand will also provide Elite Live and other products to the medical patients in Oklahoma soon.
Serves medical patients in Oklahoma
President of Curaleaf, Joe Bayern, said the company is pleased to introduce its Select Brand in Oklahoma through a partnership with the trusted dispensary – Mango Cannabis. He said the Select brand entry into Oklahoma helps the company to focus on rapidly growing medical marijuana market and reap rich rewards. The company expects to serve the wellbeing and health of Oklahoma based medical patients.
The manager of Mango Cannabis Store, Rebeka Tucker, said the company is excited to associate with Curaleaf in introducing Select brand to the patients in Oklahoma. It expects to observe how the patients will receive an Elite product. Cannabis is an essential service in most of the states during the COVID-19 pandemic. Curaleaf is committed to serving the customers and patients with high-quality products while ensuring hygienic measures and following the safety procedures.
Curaleaf will report Q1 2020 financial results on May 18, 2020. The company will hold an audio webcast and conference call on the evening of May 18, 2020, at 5 PM EST.
Acquires three Connecticut dispensaries
Curaleaf has acquired three Connecticut based dispensaries of Arrow Alternative Care (AAC). Chief Executive Officer of Curaleaf, Joe Lusardi, said the takeover of AAC strengthens its footprint in Connecticut. It will also help to augment its position as a leading player in Cannabis in the US. AAC is a leading player in Connecticut by operating three among the eighteen dispensaries in the state.