Altitude Organic introduces national caregiver management program in Arizona

Published on November 19, 2012 at 11:29 PM · No Comments

Altitude Organic Corp, a subsidiary of Tranzbyte Corporation (ERBB:OTC:PK) is pleased to announce it has launched its Altitude Organic national caregiver management program in Arizona. Beginning now, partner caregivers may grow up to 72 plants and distribute their product through collectives, licensed dispensaries, and other caregivers in need of supply for their patients. Those who join the Altitude Organic Managed Caregiver Network will receive state of the art guidance and resources enabling them to maximize their grow operation. In exchange, Altitude Organic Corp. will receive a management and consulting fee related to each caregiver's output.

According to Arizona law, caregivers will be allowed to work with dispensaries for up to a year after they begin operating within the state. Growers that would like to continue producing cannabis past the one-year mark, will be required to join up with a dispensary or be forced out of the legal caregiver business. Altitude Organic Corp offers a tremendous marketing, branding, and distributing solution for caregivers in Arizona so they can focus on their operation. Altitude Organic Corp also presents caregivers the legal transition path to remain in the industry, as it expands under advancing legal regulations.

Caregiver Network affiliates are currently accumulating strain genetics that will be used to launch future Altitude Organic managed dispensaries in Arizona. Currently, 8 Arizona state dispensary license winners are negotiating to retain Altitude Organic Dispensary management services. Last week, the first dispensary in Arizona was approved to open.  (http://www.azcentral.com/news/politics/articles/20121115arizona-licenses-first-medical-marijuana-dispensary.html).

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