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Item 9 Labs Corp. Unveils New Brand Identity Strengthening Market Share Position

PHOENIX, July 22, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Item 9 Labs Corp. (OTC: INLB) (“Item 9 Labs” or the “Company”), a leader in comfortable cannabis health solutions for the modern consumer, today announced the launch of its new corporate site and brand image. The logo and style updates strengthen the Company’s national market share positioning under one unified identity.

“Item 9 Labs has expanded significantly in the past year and it was important for us to reshape our corporate branding to reflect this evolution. Our new identity echoes our dynamic and innovative  attributes that have set us apart in a highly competitive market,” stated CEO Sara Gullickson.

In November 2018, Item 9 Labs acquired the assets of Arizona DP Consulting, LLC, which included the international cannabis consulting firm Dispensary Permits, digital technology platform, and Strive Life, a turnkey dispensary model for the retail sector. In addition, Item 9 Labs has secured partnerships with distribution and processing operation Strive Wellness of Nevada and dispensary Strive Life North Dakota.

“We now have more than five brands and multiple assets under our umbrella, so it was natural for our visual narrative to evolve and integrate the Company as a whole,” commented Vice President of Marketing Kyle Jennings. “We have tied together all of the corporate entities to operate as one unit in sync with each other.”

The brand transition includes new Company websites and an upgraded logo, showcasing a sleek and minimalist design approach. This bold, modern style echoes a continued commitment to quality, innovation, and diversity and visually ushers in a new era of strategic growth and advancement at Item 9 Labs.

Headquartered in Phoenix, Item 9 Labs is bringing best industry practices to markets from coast to coast through cultivation, dispensary, and processing operations, as well as licensing services, and medical cannabis product suites. The Company intends to manage facilities in six to ten U.S. cannabis markets by the end of 2019.


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