Attention! We are not writing about any company! We are writing about Altitude Organic Corp. (PINK:ERBB). This is a corporation that continues the battle for its ideas across the United States. Altitude a publicly-traded medical marijuana company which provides independently owned retail dispensaries in Colorado, California, as well as Arizona business support services. As their website states, the corporation acts as "a one-stop-shop for entrepreneurs looking to enter the industry of legal cannabis."
Having this in mind, writing about such a company is all but boring. Hope you are not feeling bored either. And how could you be! No way! Altitude comes out with new announcements so often, that sometimes it is not very easy to digest all of the information.
It will be useless to retell all the developments announced by Altitude, besides you are already well acquainted with them anyway. Still, it is not a bad idea to highlight the most significant. It was in April when the company began its attack on the Arizona market. Very soon, the corporation informed to have signed up three potential dispensary owners in Arizona who wished to open their own Altitude Organic Medicine dispensaries.
A success for the company was perhaps the launch of a free mobile application for smart phones – aimed at Android and iPhone users. The application was designed to access the whereabouts and pricing of medical cannabis available at the corporation's stores.
Altitude is watching closely the battle on the national level too.
Perhaps, the corporation was somewhat disappointed when Arizona Governor, Jan Brewer, requested a delay in the implementation of the Arizona medical marijuana program. It was probably among the reasons that made Altitude acquire 50% of Sundance Hydroponics, a national retailer of horticulture equipment. The company's CEO, Mr Cook, defines Hydroponics as "the most dependable equipment provider in the Colorado medical marijuana industry."