Transporting Marijuana and Global Military Analysis - October 21, 2018
Griffin Secure Transport: Safe, Secure, Discreet Marijuana Transportation
As a leader in the Michigan Medical Marijuana industry we have a responsibility to inform others on what our industry is all about- professional, legal transportation of medicine.
Here’s an excerpt from an article at Green Entrepreneur.
In September of 2016 Michigan’s governor signed three bills establishing the state’s regulatory framework for the sale of medical marihuana (editor’s note: that’s how it’s spelled in Michigan law). Rarely does regulation bolster business but the new Michigan Marihuana Facilities and Licensing Agency (MMFLA) intentionally created a new sector of the industry. Michigan joined the norm amongst states with legal marihuana by mandating that any movement of marihuana through public roadways must be handled by a third-party secure transporter. With the need for security and the Michigan market estimated at near a billion dollars, in comes the otherwise unassociated military crowd.
Listen in as Dan Griffin, founder of Griffin Secure Transport, tell us why veterans are the perfect team member for this line of work!
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