Quadron CEO Wins First Ever “Woman In Weed – Trailblazer” Award
Vancouver, BC – Quadron Cannatech Corporation (CSE:QCC) (the “Company” or “Quadron”), is pleased to report that Rosy Mondin, CEO of Quadron, has been awarded the first ever “Woman in Weed – Trailblazer” award at the Fifth Annual Canadian Cannabis Awards.
Winners of the 2018 Canadian Cannabis Awards (the “CCAs”) were announced at a black-tie gala attended by nearly 600 industry leaders gathered at the historic Carlu in downtown Toronto. The CCAs is synonymous with excellence in Canada’s cannabis industry, and this year is the world’s first awards for a federally regulated recreational cannabis market. CCA winners represent the products, companies and leaders that have help shape the cannabis industry in Canada in 2018. This year, the CCAs saw a record-number of Canadians have their say with over 17,000 votes between September 28, and October 26, 2018.
“We are honored that Rosy is being recognized for her efforts and dedication towards working with cannabis industry participants and regulatory bodies,” stated Leo Chamberland, President of Quadron. “Rosy has helped shape the legal Canadian cannabis industry and will continue to be instrumental in the long-term success of Quadron.”
About Quadron: Quadron provides equipment, products and service solutions for the authorized cannabis industry by providing a full array of end-to-end extraction and processing solutions, including sales of end user delivery options (such as vapor pens) for medical and recreational consumers.
For more information, visit: www.quadroncannatech.com
On behalf of the Board of Directors of
QUADRON CANNATECH CORPORATION
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Caleb Jeffries, VP, Investor Relations
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