FRESNO, Calif., Jan. 10, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- 420 College, Central California's
George Boyadjian, President and CEO of 420 College said, "We first met Alena and Jake Wagener back in 2014 when we started working together to form their collective and spread the word to medical cannabis patients in the Bishop area."
They took the next step in 2018 by bringing us back in to help them produce their cannabis business permit application for Inyo County, and we were overjoyed to learn that they received the highest score among all applicants. I want to congratulate the Wageners and the entire PALS team on their achievement."
Alina Wagener said, "We have long been committed to bringing quality medical cannabis to the people of our community. As the laws and regulations have changed, we have done everything necessary to stay on top of every requirement, and 420 College has been indispensable to that effort."
Mr. Boyadjian added, "This is truly a momentous occasion. The perception of cannabis has changed so much in Inyo County over the last year or two. As a true pioneer in the area, PALS has contributed to that change through their professionalism and positive message in the community."
For more information please contact: 420 College Justin Galindo, 855-420-8255, staff(at)420college(dot)org, http://420college.org
PALS Association Inc. Alina Wagener palscollective(at)gmail(dot)com 760-920-9859
SOURCE 420 College
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