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Sapphire Risk Advisory Group Selected as the Security Consultant for the Florida Cannabis Coalition
Left to Right: Pete Sessa, Tom Quigley, and Tony Gallo. Photo Credit: Tony Gallo
Sapphire Risk Advisory Group, with Years of Experience in the Cannabis Industry, has been Selected as the Security Consultant for the Florida Cannabis Coalition.

TAMPA, Fla.Feb. 7, 2017PRLog — Sapphire Risk Advisory Group has been selected as the security consultant for the Florida Cannabis Coalition. Florida is one of the newer States to legalize Medical Marijuana joins over 28 other States in this growing industry. Sapphire Managing Partner Tony Gallo stated, “As more doors open to the Cannabis Industry in Florida, more expertise will be needed in many business fields.”  For several years, Sapphire Risk Advisory Group has been a nationwide leading expert on cannabis security programs and has developed cannabis security strategies in over sixteen states from Hawaii to Alaska and now Florida.

About Sapphire Risk Advisory GroupSapphire Risk Advisory Group develops security solutions helping businesses become safer and more profitable by making criminal lives more difficult. Sapphire specializes in Cannabis Security Application Writing, Physical Security Designs, Risk Management & Safety Consulting.  For more information about Sapphire Risk Advisory Group, please contact us at or 214-845-6838.

About the Florida Cannabis Coalition (FCC)

The FCC is a Coalition of entrepreneurs that are advocating for the economic benefits of the cannabis industry under a compassionate capitalist model.  Their members receive a variety of benefits including: education, consultations, and networking opportunities.

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