American Green Inc (OTCMKTS: ERBB) is one of the largest in shareholder count in the cannabis sector. Thanks to the more than 50,000 certified beneficial shareholders. Its passion for the cannabis and premium CBD industry is evident. It has also made notable progress in cultivation management, manufacturing, extraction, and community outreach activities.
Over the years, the second publicly traded company has kept a keen eye on innovation and sustainable initiatives, which can improve the offering of CBD products to consumers. After careful thought, it has considered launching some of its CBD and Hemp products on Groupon.com. Beginning September 2021, consumers can purchase products on this platform using vouchers located in it.
“We are extremely excited to offer our CBD products on Groupon.com. There are very few e-commerce outlets that sell CBD direct to consumers, and Groupon is by far the largest and most successful platform….,” according to David G. Gwyther, American Green’s president.
Groupon is Perfectly Aligned with American Green’s Goals
Groupon has over 24 million customers globally. Its introduction by American Green is an addition to another revenue stream. The company says it is already demonstrating tangible success on Amazon.Com.
The VP President of Sales, Kevin Davis, adds that the presence of Groupon in its operations aligns with its goals of pioneering new ideas into the e-commerce environment. It plans to start with optimized offers, including flash sales and re-marketed campaigns. They will also utilize other online advertising channels and Groupon’s proprietary methods.
Approval to Launch Cannabis Grow Facility in West Phoenix
American Green is adding a new state-of-the-art complex into the expansion plan. Through support by the City of Phoenix in Arizona, the company is ready to launch its second cannabis grow facility in West Phoenix. The new space will primarily develop and sell new premium “American Green” brand cannabis products.
In the recent past, American Green has garnered positive relationships with cannabis dispensaries and wholesalers throughout Arizona. This will form a considerable part of its progress in the state, which has supported more than 75 recreational and medical marijuana dispensaries.