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GrowBLOX Sciences Relocates Corporate Offices To Las Vegas, Nevada

Area Development Online News Desk (05/30/2014)
GrowBLOX Sciences, Inc., a biotechnology and research company, relocated its corporate headquarters to Las Vegas, Nevada.

The research and biotechnical company developed proprietary indoor growing chambers specifically designed for medical cannabis cultivation. The GrowBLOX chamber allows for completely controlled growing conditions, ensuring the manufacture of a consistent, toxin-free, natural and medicinal-grade product.

According to the firm, GrowBLOX Sciences CFO, Steven Weldon, relocated from Florida to Clark County in order to build upon the momentum of The Company's licensing applications, as it awaits final approval from the County Commission. GrowBLOX Sciences applied for three licenses in Clark County, one license for cultivation and two licenses for dispensaries, utilizing their patent pending proprietary indoor growing technology. The Company said it is “confident in its Nevada initiatives and has relocated its forces as a driving catalyst for their future operations."

"Relocating to Nevada has been an exciting endeavor for not only myself, but The Company as well. Nevada has been the preeminent force in licensing and regulatory commissions for sometime and has a proven record of success. Working with the local municipalities in Clark County is a driving force in moving this processes forward and we are thrilled to be a part of it and set the standard for innovation and cultivation," said Weldon.

GrowBLOX Sciences said it is “continuing to broaden its corporate functions alongside its Nevada projects, as The Company streamlines its initiatives in accordance with all state and county laws and regulations. By relocating to Clark County, GrowBLOX Sciences plans to facilitate and expedite its position at the front lines of this emerging industry."

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