- ACP’s strategy is based on leveraging opportunities in real estate and licensing in states that have recently passed legalization legislation
- Focused on complementary business segments — real estate, acquisition and development of proprietary assets, and ongoing cultivation operations, ACP appears poised for expansion
- Company seeks partnerships with companies with aligned personal, ethical, and business sensibilities to differentiate itself in assets, services, research, and philanthropy
American Cannabis Partners (“ACP”) is a licensed, large-scale, and 100% organic cultivation company supplying multiple forms of raw product at consistent wholesale prices for manufacturing, distribution, and retail licenses. The company is considering additional growth via numerous initiatives, including expansion opportunities through partnerships and joint ventures in New Jersey, New York, Virginia, Nevada, Arizona, Missouri, and Massachusetts (https://ibn.fm/PnD4f).
American Cannabis Partners strives to operate the business in a way that positively impacts the environment, employees, customers, and partners alike. For example, as a high-paying grower, ACP takes its role in the local community very seriously. The company prides itself on its close personal and positive relationship with Jamaica and its people, one founded in profound awareness of needs and not just business numbers.
The company is committed to taking a similar approach to building relationships with its partners, striving to build synergistic relationships and position itself as a reliable business ally. The experience of business partners working with ACP clearly reflects this commitment. In the words of Sam Deyton of Soilscape Solutions, a company helping rejuvenate soil fertility through sustainable soil practices, the experience of collaborating with ACP is exceptional. “Working with Stephen, Gary, and the rest of the team at American Cannabis Partners has been amazing. At Soilscape Solutions, we appreciate forming mutually beneficial relationships with our clients in the cultivation field, especially those whose core values align with our own. American Cannabis Partners brings integrity, professionalism, and small business values to the table in every way they conduct their business; it has been our pleasure to earn their business in return”, he said in a statement shared with the company.
Link4 Corporation CEO Stephen Scherer, a company manufacturing software and environmental controls for growers, also praises the experience of collaborating with ACP. “Link4 Corporation is excited to be working with ACP in bringing environmental automation to all of their Greenhouse locations across the United States. It is always important for growers to not only monitor their grow environments closely but also have the ability to compare, track, and graph the data and relationships between different harvests. This is especially true when an MSO like American Cannabis Partners is working on strain development. We are pleased to hear that through ACP’s utilization of the Link4 Cloud, they feel they have everything they need to ensure their environment is operating within ideal parameters”, he described his collaboration with ACP in a testimonial recently shared with the company.
Partnerships like these can produce exceptional results, and the words of American Cannabis Partners COO Gary Coltek, attest to this. “Having industry partners like Soilscapes and Link4 Systems have made it possible to replicate exact soil conditions, growing supplements, water makeup, and environments that mimic Orange Hill in Jamaica. The level of detail given to our plants have resulted in yields well above industry norms, and producing some of the most sought after flower in the US, especially our new patent-pending strains under the brand name ZUK where the entire crop has been pre-sold for 2021”, said Coltek. His views about the importance of strong business partnerships are shared by the company’s CEO Stephen Jordan. “Working with Soilscapes has provided us with an anomaly in the cannabis industry, consistent supply. One of the most difficult parts of the industry is locking down a supplier that provides various options tailored to a company’s needs. Soilscapes did that for ACP from nutrients, soil, greenhouse, and irrigation material”, he shared his experience of working with one of the company’s partners recently.
For more information, visit the company’s website at www.ACPFarms.com.
NOTE TO INVESTORS: The latest news and updates relating to American Cannabis Partners are available in the company’s newsroom at https://ibn.fm/ACP
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