I offer better service, however the nonprofit is splitting into our profits

There is a large wait to speak with a representative from the dealer

When you live in a state with medical and recreational cannabis laws, there are a lot of jobs available in those areas, i never thought I would find myself working in the cannabis industry. I worked as an electrician for 25 years before I started our own supplier more than 2 years ago… My supplier focuses on electrical maintenance and power grid solutions. I mainly work as a corporation and a consultant for large projects and companies. I was the only electrical corporation working on cannabis farming projects until a couple of months ago. I was enjoying all of the company in the area, but since cannabis was legalized, more than 2 farmers have joined the coop to provide marijuana to dispensaries. Some of these farmers have more than 2 acres of fields that are strictly dedicated to cannabis sativa plants, these plants need a recognizable amount of heat and light. Since I started our dealer, I have made thoUSAnds of dollars assisting farmers with every electrical aspect on the farm, but none of months ago, a nonprofit supplier moved into the valley and they are seriously splitting into our profits. The nonprofit supplier offers a variety of services including help from every aspect of the business. They offer services from seed to package and everywhere in between. They even offer free advice on contracts. They offer these services at no cost to the consumer. There is a large wait to speak with a representative from the dealer. I offer a much better service. Still, I have lost a lot of company since the up-to-date cannabis consulting supplier decided to open their doors.

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