ADELANTO, Calif. — Core One Labs Inc. announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, LDS Development Corporation, has received grading permits and broke ground on the Highway 395 Dispensary project.
The Adelanto Mayor, Gabriel Reyes, City Manager, Jessie Flores, and members of the City Council were all in attendance with shovels for the ground breaking.
The Highway 395 Dispensary project represents the final tier of the vertical integration for Core One Labs Inc. from plant genetics, cultivation, extraction, distillation, and manufacturing of cannabis products to direct delivery to the customer. The Dispensary site is located on Rancho Road and the 395 Highway in Adelanto, California, with a clear view for 120,000 passing vehicles each day.
The completion of the Highway 395 Dispensary will allow for benefits far beyond just the financial considerations created by the additional profit centers of online orders, in-store sales, direct delivery to customers, and reducing or eliminating margins paid to third parties. This dispensary will allow Core One Labs to donate CannaStripsTM to hospitals and medical organizations in the hopes of gathering much-needed research and documentation in professional environments.
Core One Labs CEO, Brad Eckenweiler, stated, “The completion of the Highway 395 Dispensary will complete the final piece of our mission to be fully integrated from genetics to the customer’s doorstep. We will be controlling product quality and customer service at every level because today, success does not depend on just having a good product. Customer experience, great product, ease of ordering, and home delivery all play major roles in a company’s ultimate success.”
The Company will be updating the market as to the construction progress as the new information becomes available.
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