PAO Group, Inc. Announces Michigan 1,500 Plant Grower License Application
SANDUSKY, Ohio and DETROIT, MI Jan. 28, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via OTC PR WIRE -- PAO Group, Inc. (PAOG) (USOTC: PAOG) recently announced that the company is currently in the process of applying for medical marihuana facility licensing in the state of Michigan. The Company anticipates that the preliminary applications will be submitted before the end of the month with the MI Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA). The Company has indicated that it is pursuing a 1,500 plant Grower Class C License, which is the maximum tier license that is available in Michigan. The Company is also pursuing a Processor License, which authorizes the purchase of marihuana from other growers and the sale of infused-products or marihuana to provisioning centers (dispensaries).
CEO Karl Riedel stated, “In addition to the current grow operation, the Company is pursuing the max tier Grower License which allows for 1,500 plants. Licenses can be stacked at single locations, meaning additional licenses can be applied for and acquired to expand beyond 1,500 plants at a single location. With the addition of a Processor license, we are not limited by our own growing capacity, and can process plants from other growers into concentrates, edibles, and more.”
Riedel further stated, “We are gearing up to maximize revenues and Company growth through the use of the most modern technology and coupling the technology with the growing knowledge that our master grower has obtained after years of grow experience. We are marrying true business knowledge and talent with that of legacy grow knowledge. We’re bringing the boardroom into the grow room.”
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