Summers International Cannabis Consultants Announce Opening

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Over 50 Years of Combined Cannabis Experience From Growing And Edibles To Dispensary Operating.

Los Angeles, CA (January 15, 2018) – Today, Summers International Cannabis Consultants was launched by a group of respected veteran Cannabis providers with over 50 years of combined experience. Each consultant has a proven history in their individual endeavors on what it takes to bring the Cannabis plant from seed to dispensary and all have been active members in the Medical Cannabis community in Los Angeles.
Summers International will provide hands on experience with:
• All dispensary operations including set up, purchasing products, client relations and marketing
• Edible production and marketing
• Concentration production
• Cultivating: grow build out, productions and quality control
CEO and Founder Oliver Summers says, “There’s a lot of innovation in the market right now. Producers need to individualize themselves with premium packaging, brand building, “seed to sale” storytelling and strong marketing.” He adds, “We can train on the proper protocols and the regulatory environment, build and market or just educate on Cannabis itself. That’s the void that I saw needed to be filled.”
Past and present clients have included:
• 420 Compassion Center (Los Angeles)
• California Patients Alliance (Los Angeles)
• Maxx Power Edibles
• St. Marys Medical Club (Madrid, Spain)
• Cloud (Ibiza, Spain)
• Unified Patient Alliance (Sun Valley, CA)
CEO and Founder Oliver Summers has been a Los Angeles Medical Cannabis advocate since 2005. He has owned and operated three dispensaries in LA since 2006 and is an experienced grower of boutique Cannabis strains. He is an original board member and moderator of the Greater Los Angeles Collective Alliance (GLACA) a member of Americans For Safe Access (ASA), Marijuana Policy Project (MPP), Patients Advocacy Network (PAN), South Robertson Neighborhood Council, Pico Neighborhood Council, Melrose West Neighborhood Council and former member of UFCW Local 770.