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About this Organization

Leafly got its start in June 2010. It is a Seattle-based company that started out by building a strain database to help patients choose the right medicine for their needs.

After being acquired by Privateer Holdings, Leafly expanded their services to include a dispensary locator and apps for android and iOS. More recently, their website has added a news/blog section.

Associates

Scott Vickers
Co-Founder
Scott Vickers is a visionary, a risk taker, and a master code-smith.

In The News

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December 07, 2013

Privateer Holdings To Lease Cannabis Warehouses Throughout Washington State
Company Plans To Lease Warehouses To Canna-Business Owners The State of Washington began accepting business license applications a few weeks ago. According to reports, the state has already received more than 1,300 applications, reinforcing the thought that legal cannabis could mean big business in Washington next year. Accordingly, a plethora of companies have attempted to position themselves atop of the industry through networking, strategic relationships, and deliberate branding. The budding cannabis industry has received a great deal of investor interest as well.

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