Trulieve, Ayr Wellness Close Deals

With so many deals never making it to the finish line, two cannabis companies closed on strategic deals today.

Trulieve

Trulieve Cannabis Corp. (CSE: TRUL) (OTCQX: TCNNF) completed the acquisition of an operational 64,000 sq. ft. cultivation facility in Phoenix, Arizona. Trulieve said it will pay $13.75 million cash at closing, with potential milestone payments subject to earn-out and escrow requirements.

“We are excited to close this acquisition which is in line with our strategic priorities,” said Kim Rivers, CEO of Trulieve. “The facility strengthens Trulieve’s presence in the cornerstone market of our Southwest hub, as well as expands our cultivation capacity. We look forward to serving more patients and customers throughout Arizona with our high-quality, proprietary brands.”

The new cultivation facility immediately improves supply chain capacity and becomes Trulieve’s fifth cultivation facility in Arizona, supporting Trulieve’s 17 dispensaries in the state of Arizona with flower for medical patients and adult-use customers. Trulieve locations in Arizona include AvondaleCasa GrandeChandlerCottonwoodGlendaleGuadalupe, Lake Havasu, MesaPeoriaPhoenixScottsdaleTempe and Tucson.

Ayr Wellness

Ayr Wellness Inc. (CSE: AYR.A, OTCQX: AYRWF) has closed the acquisition of Cultivauna, LLC, the owner of Levia branded cannabis-infused seltzers and water-soluble tinctures.

“Bringing Levia into the Ayr family represents a key addition to our portfolio of high-quality, branded offerings,” said Jonathan Sandelman, Founder, Chairman and CEO of Ayr. “We look forward to expanding the presence of Levia’s seltzers and water-soluble tinctures across our multi-state footprint, while bringing new, innovative form factors to life, like beverage enhancers. With a fast-acting formula and great taste, we believe Levia will be a crucial component in expanding our reach to new and existing consumers who seek a predictable and familiar cannabis experience.” Levia uses a proprietary technology that provides for rapid onset of the effects of THC, typically 15-20 minutes with lasting effects up to 3 hours, allowing for a more consistent consumption experience compared to many edible products, which often take longer.

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