<![CDATA[IRVINE, Calif.–Orchid Essentials, an Irvine based national cannabis brand, is launching in California on Saturday August 26th at 420 Central, a premier Santa Ana dispensary. Orchid launched in Oregon on August 15th and has seen incredible market response to their lineup of products. Orchid’s mission is creating the highest standards in the cannabis Industry and they are true to that commitment, as one of the only products in California passing pesticide screenings. Orchid is committed to safety, efficacy, and quality THC and CBD products, according to a press release.
Orchid is co-founded and managed by Corey Mangold and Rene Suarez. Corey Mangold is also the co-founder and Principal of Gigasavvy, a booming creative marketing agency in Irvine based in a historic building that has it’s own bar and bowling alley. Gigasavvy has been featured in the OCBJ as Top 10 Places to Work in OC for three of the last four years. Rene Suarez is a former owner of Space Jam, one of the largest brands in the vaporized e-juice industry. With their experience in product development, engineering, branding and advertising, Orchid has seen amazing market response and is poised to be a leading national brand in the cannabis industry. Orchid’s executive leadership team is comprised of industry leaders coming from diverse backgrounds including Dell, Apple, Kendal Floral and other enterprise organizations.
This Saturday from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm Orchid will be celebrating it’s California launch at 420 Central, a premier licensed dispensary in Santa Ana owned by Robert Taft, a leading activist and lobbyist in the cannabis industry. Expecting over 400 people, this event will show the legitimacy, organization, and diverse demographics that make up the cannabis industry and users of cannabis. The event will also be attended by social media influencers, cannabis users, business owners, and the executive team at Orchid Essentials which will be available throughout the day for interviews. There will also be complimentary tacos, raffles, games, and educational sessions.]]>
Source: Cannabis Business Times