Kush Bottles, Inc., a leading provider of packaging supplies, accessories and branding solutions for the regulated cannabis industry, has begun to add personnel and resources to build the company's presence in the state of Oregon. In addition, Kush Bottles has expanded its Oregon product line and now has more than 100 products approved for sale by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC).
To lead the new sales team in Oregon, Kush Bottles has appointed Gina Engel as Oregon Sales Manager. Gina brings more than 15 years of business development experience and has worked with several prominent brands, including Red Bull. She has expertise in generating new client relationships, building sales volume and working closely with customers to assure their complete satisfaction.
Kush Bottles CEO Nick Kovacevich commented: "Oregon is one of our most important markets, and I am pleased to be adding personnel and products that will enable us to provide better service and a wider range of merchandise to this vital region. Our goal is to become the leading brand in the state by offering a comprehensive selection of OLCC approved products, exemplary customer service, and customizable options that make us the clear choice for marijuana packaging and supplies."
Building upon the company's expanded initiative in Oregon, Kush Bottles President Ben Wu will present at the Cannabis Collaborative Conference (CCC) in Portland, Oregon on Wednesday, February 15 at 1:15pm PT. During his presentation, Ben will offer productive tips and techniques on how to build a successful cannabis business while balancing branding and economics. Attendees will also discover how Kush Bottles has helped business owners create cost-effective strategies to build their brands, while remaining compliant in the rapidly-evolving cannabis market.
Kush Bottles will have a booth (#621) at the conference, where it will showcase the company's latest developments in its expanding product line, including its new "Made in America" series of certified child resistant bottles.