|PHOENIX– Today, American Green, Inc. (ERBB:OTC) announced that it has a new management services agreement with Curaleaf’s two cultivation facilities in Arizona. Curaleaf Holdings, Inc. (CSE: CURA) (OTCQX: CURLF) is an international provider of consumer products in cannabis which serves medical and adult-use customers throughout the state. This agreement will provide American Green with approximately $2.1 million dollars in annual revenue and $10.4 million in revenue over the term of the agreement.
David G. Gwyther, American Green’s president said “We are proud to extend our relationship with Curaleaf Holdings, Inc. for five years. There is also an opportunity for American Green to continue the agreement for three additional five-year periods after our initial five-year term is up. We will continue to provide our premium cannabis grown at our “Sweet Virginia” grow and provide the quality customer service that Curaleaf has been accustomed to so we can earn those future agreement extensions.”
“American Green has been a great partner to us and we are looking forward to continuing our relationship with them over the next five years,” said Steve Cottrell, president of Curaleaf Arizona.
American Green’s premium cannabis is used in various Curaleaf and Select products, including some of their popular Live Resin offerings.
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