Arriving on the heels of their recent launch of some new products, including a premium pre-rolled product line, Advantis is now pleased to announce that they have received their largest order in the company’s history. This growing customer of Advantis, SpeedWeed, is California’s largest collective, and the purpose of the recent order was to meet the increasing demand for Advantis products, which are “selling at an increasing pace,” according to the company during a recent press conference.
Advantis also announced that they received their first order from Arsenal, a large collective in San Diego. According to Advantis CEO Christopher Swartz, “This new technically-driven collective has placed its initial order and will begin carrying our entire product line next week.” Arsenal is owned and operated by US military veterans and can cover the greater San Diego area. Mr. Swartz added, “Advantis Corp. is growing by leaps and bounds, and this new client, Arsenal, helps to further our company’s initial goal of covering all of Southern California with high-quality real-time delivery services.” Advantis further stated at their recent press conference that they will “soon distribute to the entire state of California.”
Advantis CEO Christopher Swartz offered guidance to investors for 1st quarter revenue: “I met with our CPA on Monday, and I was extremely pleased with the 1st quarter revenue which increased over 300% from the previous quarter. We will be releasing these numbers as soon as they are compiled, most likely within the next two weeks.” Swartz sited new and strengthened distribution partnerships, increasing demand for patented canned products, and additions to their product lines as the source of increased revenue.
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