EAGLE POINT, OR — (Marketwired) — 06/17/16 — Grow Condos, Inc. (OTC PINK: GRWC), a fully reporting publicly traded company specialized in cannabis industry related “Condo” style real estate and turn-key grow facilities, is pleased to announce that the Company has incorporated an Advisory Board for the purpose of providing the Company and its clients with valuable industry specific guidance and assistance.
In the Company’s effort to attract the nation’s brightest industry professionals, the newly formed Advisory Board is initiated with the appointment of Former Harvard University Dean’s Council, Robert Carp, one of the industry’s leading national lecturers and prolific author. His latest book, “The Marijuana Business Operations Guide,” leads in its category on the Amazon Marketplace.
As head of Carp Law Group, Mr. Carp brings to the table an expertise in the cannabis industry that is considered world class. The practice empowers clients with guidance involving the development and maintenance of full turn-key applications for dispensaries, cultivation facilities, and other grow facilities; supporting a spectrum of dispensaries in their endeavor to develop efficient and profitable state-of-the-art harvesting operations.
“We are very pleased to have Robert Carp on board. His addition to the advisory board is expected to be an invaluable contribution, considering how his industry understanding directly aligns with our corporate vision for growth. We believe the formation of our Board of Advisors will have a substantial impact on the short and long term success of our current and future endeavors,” stated Wayne Zallen, CEO, Grow Condos, Inc.
Robert Carp brings a wealth of experience from his successful career in assisting clients with compliance and OSHA issues, local business rules, and federal regulation, making him a superb addition to the Grow Condos team. He is the author of the 350-page industry bible, The Marijuana Business Operations Guide, and the soon to be published Cannabis Business Federal Tax Guide. Carp is a practicing attorney in the Boston area, and a nationwide public speaker on marijuana based business operations, corporate structures and tax issues. Carp is also the founder of the Massachusetts Medical Marijuana Dispensers Association.
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Source: Grow Condos, Inc.