CROP Infrastructure announces that Christine Mah has resigned and Ms. Victoria Bostic is appointed to the Board of Directors.
CROP Infrastructure Corp. (CSE:CROP, OTC:CRXPF) (Frankfurt:2FR) announces that Christine Mah has resigned from the Board of Directors, effective immediately and Ms. Victoria Bostic is appointed to the Board of Directors.
Ms. Bostic brings over 10 years experience working in sales, marketing, branding and corporate communications, with both public and private companies. Her experience includes creating brands and building teams within various sectors such as: cannabis, health and wellness, and athletic apparel. Ms. Bostic’s global cannabis industry experience includes: cultivation, processing, and research and development. Ms. Bostic is an experienced professional and will assist CROP in establishing strategic partnerships across the whole cannabis supply chain.
The board thanks Ms. Mah for her time with the company and wishes her all the best in her endeavours.
About CROP Infrastructure Corp.
CROP Infrastructure Corp. is publicly listed on the CSE and trades under the symbol “CROP”, in the US on the OTC under the symbol “CRXPF”, and on the Frankfurt exchange under the symbol “2FR”. CROP has developed a portfolio of asset investments including; two in Washington State, medical and recreational in California, a 1,012-acre Nevada Cannabis farm, 500-acre Hemp CBD farm and a growing portfolio of common share equity in upcoming listings within the cannabis space.
Michael Yorke – CEO and Director
Phone: (604) 484-4206
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