Vancouver, British Columbia - October 9, 2020 - Gaia Grow Corp. (CSE: GAIA) (the “Company” or “Gaia”) is providing the following operational update:
Green Room’s provincially approved cannabis store has completed staff training and the Nelson location is prepped for opening. Cannabis Inventory has been ordered and will be arriving on Tuesday the 13th of October with the grand re-opening in the coming days to follow. Merchandise and accessories are also expected to arrive between Tuesday the 13th and Friday the 16th of October. Management has been on-site and will continue to stay throughout the month to ensure a successful launch.
Effective September 30, 2020, John Lagourgue has stepped down from his post as a Director of the Companyin order to pursue other business endeavours. The Company would like to wish Mr. Lagourgue all the very best in his future endeavors and wants to thank him for all his hard work to date.
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