Trulieve Cannabis Corp (OTCMKTS: TCNNF) will organize a listening and education tour. The tour aims to meet local leaders and exchange ideas. It will cover topics such as radiation, agricultural, economic and medical opportunities in the cannabis industry.
Champ Bailey will host the event
Champ Bailey, Football Hall of Famer and Head of Diversity at Trulieve Georgia, will host the event. Additionally, Trulieve will be holding their first event at the Carolyn Harris Performing Arts Centre, Adel.
According to Georgia resident and native Bailey, he is excited to meet experts and teach people about the medical benefits of cannabis. He adds that Trulieve will make several tour stops to meet with community leaders. With the help of these leaders, the company will teach locals how the cannabis industry could change the community. It will also create local support programs.
Experts who will be present at the events
Additionally, the programs will have various industry experts, including Jim Wernick, the Director of State Expansion at Trulieve; Dr. James Lillard, Principal Investigator at More House School of Medicine; Cook County Judge Chase Daughtrey, Heather Green, President of the Adel-Cook County Chamber of Commerce, and Luther Duke, Mayor of Adel.
Trulieve asks communities to submit questions before each stop via its emails. After the sessions, the company will also try to develop ways to help the community.
Trulieve is a cannabis company that operates in 11 US states. It has premier operations in Pennsylvania, Florida and Arizona. Its other locations are Maryland, West Virginia, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and California.
Trulieve focuses on the logistics, cultivation, processing, manufacturing, wholesale and retail of cannabis and cannabis-infused products. It sells these products through Trulieve-branded retail stores. It also has an online website where customers can purchase its products.
Trulieve products include nasal sprays, tinctures, vapes, edibles, dissolvable powders, capsules, topicals, concentrates, and flowers. It sells them through the Roll One, Modern Flower, Loveli, Co2lors, Avenue, Alchemy, Sweet Talk, Muse, Momenta and Cultivar Collection brands.
The company also has 161 dispensaries, including 112 in Florida. Its headquarters are in Quincy, Florida.