AMCON Green will add up to a quarter of a million for qualifying businesses
Posted: October 19, 2021 at 8:00 a.m. EDT|Update: 17 hours ago
SANTA CRUZ, California, October 19, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Culture warehouse (CW), one of the country’s leading agro-tech solutions providers, is launching a program – with AMCON Green, a leading MEP and building design company – to reward social equity programs across the country with up to $ 1.25 million products and services necessary to launch or optimize a regulated operation for the commercial cultivation of cannabis.
CW is committed to $ 1 million and AMCON will provide up to $ 250,000 in professional services free of charge.
To be eligible, projects must be verified or being verified as a âsocial equityâ business by their relevant jurisdiction, have secured a site, and provide a written plan that can be implemented within 12 months.
To apply or for more details visit https://cultivationwarehouse.com/social_equity
Selected new or existing social equity cannabis cultivation projects will receive prizes ranging from a minimum of $ 25,000 Up to $ 250,000 value of a wide range of services, including site design with detailed mechanical, electrical and plumbing equipment schematics and specifications, regulatory compliance advice, procurement, installation and more assistance with all types and sizes of cannabis business operations in the United States.
By making the announcement The directors of the culture warehouse Eric Paulin and Eric Shedlarski said: âWe owe our success to the partnerships we have developed with many pioneers in cannabis cultivation. We have witnessed the damage caused by cannabis prohibition and hope that this commitment of resources will help mitigate some of these effects and expand the diversity within the cannabis industry.
They added, âWe have been fortunate to work with some of the best and most profitable companies in the industry and we want to share the expertise we have gained over more than 20 years of involvement in all types and operation sizes to help reduce the barriers to entry inherent in today’s highly competitive and highly regulated environment. “
The viability of the applicants will be assessed and the successful candidates will be selected based on various factors including their needs, location and timing.
As part of this revolutionary program, each eligible candidate will receive a free feasibility review of their proposed project.
About the culture warehouse:
Cultivation Warehouse is an agrotechnology, equipment solutions and design company specializing in the commercial cultivation of cannabis. They have been involved in some of the most successful regulated cannabis cultivation projects in North America and beyond; build and optimize tens of millions of square feet of crops.
Main Eric Paulin and Eric “Shed” Shedlarski believe in providing the right products at the best price. For over twenty years, they have worked at many of the most profitable cannabis grow sites in the world, providing the widest range of products and services available and tailoring them to the specific needs and constraints of each project, from the smallest as viable as possible. .
Their commitment to ensuring the success of every client has earned them a constant flow of loyal clients and allowed them to build a team of dedicated project managers who share that commitment.
About AMCON Green:
AMCON Green is a full-service architectural and engineering design company located in Sunnyvale, California. With over 35 years of experience, they create reliable operating level designs for all buildings, including custom constructions for commercial industrial buildings.
They have helped build some of the largest fully functioning commercial cannabis cultivation farms in California. They can handle, with great precision and capacity, all structures, permits, design of grow facilities, interior design, mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineering for all sizes of cannabis facilities.
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