DENVER, CO / CRWEPRESSRELEASE / September 10, 2015 / American Cannabis Company, Inc. (OTCMKTS:AMMJ) (the “Company” or “ACC”), a full-service business-to-business consulting solutions provider, and seller of ancillary products to the cannabis industry, today announced that the Company secured a consulting contract in Guam, a U.S. island territory in Micronesia, in the Western Pacific. ACC anticipates generating advisory and consulting revenues pursuant to the contract through 2015.
The contract focuses on ACC’s pre-business planning and application services to support their client in effort to secure a Medical Cannabis Operator License in Guam. ACC expects to leverage this contract to secure additional revenues through long-term consulting agreements and potential sales of ancillary products and services to aid cultivation and dispensary operations.
“It’s exciting to see the expansion of Medical Marijuana patient programs extend beyond the continental U.S. and into its territories. Patient demand for this care option is driving change, and state and territorial governments are continuing to respond to their citizens,” said Corey Hollister, President and CEO, American Cannabis Company, Inc.
About American Cannabis Company, Inc.:
American Cannabis Company, Inc. offers end-to-end solutions to existing and aspiring participants in the cannabis industry. We utilize our industry expertise to provide business planning and market assessment services, assist state licensing procurement, create business infrastructure and establish operational best practices. Through our two vertically integrated businesses, American Cannabis Consulting and American Cultivator Company, a group purchasing organization, we support our clients from concept to creation, commercialization and on-going operations.
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SOURCE: American Cannabis Company, Inc.