Leafbuyer Technologies, Inc. (LBUY) (“Leafbuyer” or “the Company”) a leading cannabis technology and marketing platform, announced today that the Company has expanded into the emerging Oklahoma medical cannabis market.
“We see major potential in the Oklahoma market to help boost the growth of our company,” said Kurt Rossner, CEO of Leafbuyer. “Through marketing and advertising initiatives, we have nearly three dozen dispensaries utilizing our marketing services after just two weeks of in-state contact. Along with sales, we’re focusing our efforts on broadcast and out of home marketing channels to help drive traffic to the site and, ultimately, put consumers inside our dispensary clients’ businesses.”
Oklahoma voters passed medical marijuana legislation in June 2018. Patients can register for medical marijuana and be authorized for any condition a doctor deems appropriate. As of February 1, more than 30,000 patients have been approved.
“With more than 900 licensed dispensaries, Oklahoma is a large and fiercely competitive market,” said Mark Breen, COO of Leafbuyer. “Through Leafbuyer’s offerings and services, like Leafbuyer Loyalty and texting, we will help these dispensaries diversify their platforms, separate themselves from the competition, and attract and retain consumers.”
Leafbuyer.com is one of the most comprehensive online sources for cannabis deals and information. Leafbuyer works alongside cannabis businesses to showcase their unique products and build a network of loyal patrons. The Company’s online network reaches millions of marijuana consumers every month. Leafbuyer is the official cannabis deals platform of LA Weekly, Voice Media Group, Dope Media, Grasscity, and The Stranger.
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