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LivWell Enlightened Health Acquires Two iVita Wellness Dispensaries in Denver

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Colorado cannabis company continues rapid growth

DENVER, January 20, 2016 — LivWell Enlightened Health, Colorado’s leading cannabis retailer, has acquired two iVita Wellness locations and one iVita cannabis cultivation facility in Denver. The acquisition brings the company’s current number of Colorado locations to thirteen, with more planned for 2016. Both locations – LivWell on Pearl and LivWell on Franklin – are operating as LivWell Enlightened Health locations beginning today.

LivWell on Pearl and LivWell on Franklin mark the fifth and sixth dual recreational (adults 21+) and medical dispensaries from LivWell Enlightened Health. The company also operates three recreational only locations, as well as four medical only locations. In addition to its five Denver locations, LivWell Enlightened Health dispensaries can be found in Colorado Springs, Cortez, Garden City, Lakewood, Mancos and Trinidad.

“We are thrilled to announce the addition of LivWell on Pearl and LivWell on Franklin to our family of stores,” said John Lord, CEO and owner of LivWell Enlightened Health. “With six convenient locations in the Denver area, we are well-positioned to serve all of our loyal patients and customers with the high quality and wide selection of cannabis products they’ve come to expect from us.”

LivWell Enlightened Health dispensaries offer unmatched value, quality and product variety, with more than 30 cannabis brands available, including the new Leafs By Snoop line. In addition, LivWell on Pearl and LivWell on Franklin offer a rotating selection of more than 20 flower strains, including Gold and Platinum shelf options. All LivWell Enlightened Health employees are trained extensively to advocate for responsible use and ensure customers have access to the most up-to-date product information.

LivWell on Pearl is located at 1660 Pearl Street in Denver. LivWell on Franklin is located at 3980 Franklin Street. Store hours are 8:00 a.m. to 6:50 p.m., seven days a week. For more information, please visit www.livwell.com, or call LivWell on Franklin directly at (720) 524-8273, and LivWell on Pearl at (303)-952-9150.

About LivWell Enlightened Health

  • LivWell Enlightened Health is among Colorado’s largest cannabis companies, with four recreational & medical dispensaries, four medical only and three recreational only dispensaries in the state. LivWell Enlightened Health provides its patients and customers with the best value, quality and variety of can–nabis products including flower, topicals, tinctures, edibles, smoking accessories and more. LivWell Enlightened Health’s team of innovative farmers and scientists grow more than 40 strains of cannabis to meet the varied and evolving tastes of its customers. LivWell Enlightened Health’s searchable strain library can be found at http://www.livwell.com/product-category/strains. LivWell Enlightened Health employees undergo rigorous training and education through LivWell University, preparing them to be the most knowledgeable, helpful budtenders in the industry, and to become advocates of responsible use. LivWell Enlightened Health employs approximately 500 Coloradoans who enjoy higher-than-average salaries and benefits. For more information, including a list of LivWell Enlightened Health locations, visit livwell.com.

 

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