Trulieve Cannabis Corp. - CEO, Kim Rivers.
CEO, Kim Rivers.
Source: AP News
  • Trulieve Cannabis Corp. (TRUL) has begun launching two of its proprietary brands in West Virginia, U.S.
  • The R.O. brand has launched as of today, and the Modern Flower brand will be available as of February 10th
  • Pop-up events will be hosted at Trulieve Weston and Trulieve South Charleston all day on the tenth
  • The two brands focus on offering a variety of strains and products that incorporate value and quality
  • Trulieve Cannabis Corp. (TRUL) is up 0.22 per cent and is trading at $8.92 per share as of 1:56 p.m. EST

Multi-state cannabis company, Trulieve Cannabis Corp. (TRUL), has begun launching two of its proprietary brands in West Virginia, U.S.

The R.O. brand has launched as of today, and the Modern Flower brand will be available as of February 10th. Pop-up events will be hosted at Trulieve Weston and Trulieve South Charleston all day on the tenth.

Kim Rivers, CEO of Trulieve, commented,

“Trulieve continues to focus on providing high-quality cannabis and offering a wide variety of innovative products that fit our customer’s needs and budget.”

The R.O. brand offers indoor-grown cannabis flowers featuring ‘classic’ and ‘quality’ strains. The strains are available in a variety of increments, including a 7.00-gram ground flower and 3.50 whole gram flower.

The Modern Flower brand focuses on creating accessible, quality, and reliable products. Its product options are described as a combination of modern potencies and affordability. For the upcoming launch day, offerings will include 3.50-gram minis, whole flowers, and more.

Trulieve dispensaries in West Virginia include locations in Belle, Huntington, Hurricane, Milton, Parkersburg, South Charleston, Weston, and Morgantown.

Trulieve Cannabis Corp. (TRUL) is up 0.22 per cent and is trading at $8.92 per share as of 1:56 p.m. EST.


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