A cannabis company out of Seattle is implementing a pilot program to deliver its product to businesses as early as next month, according to High Times. The flights will be monitored by a command center in Seattle and operated by a licensed pilot.
Although this vision sounds ripped from a science fiction novel, we may be closer to it than you think.
Ceo of SOL Global, Brady Cobb currently oversees one of Southern Florida’s largest cannabis delivery services, which includes a fleet of thirteen vans delivering marijuana across the state. He says it’s only a matter of time before drone deliveries become an industry staple.
Brady Cobb is the CEO of SOL Global, one of the cannabis industry’s leading publicly traded companies with over $190 million in assets. Brady has emerged as an advocate for medical cannabis use and has been instrumental in the legal and regulatory development of the U.S. cannabis market, both at the state and federal level. Prior to leading SOL Global, Brady was a practicing attorney in South Florida with a focus on mergers and acquisitions, regulatory and governmental relations, and compliance/shareholder disclosure issues with the TSX, CSE and NASDAQ. He is routinely featured in national media including Bloomberg, ABC News, Fox Business, MarketWatch, Cheddar TV, Newsweek, Yahoo Finance, and Real Clear Markets. Additionally, Brady served as the Liberty Health Sciences (LHS:CSE) Chief Legal Officer from inception through July of 2018 when he accepted a position on the board of directors of SOL Global Investments.
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