NetworkNewsBreaks – IONIC Brands Corp. (CSE: IONC) (OTC: IONKF) (FRA: IB3) Swiftly Expanding Throughout the US

IONIC Brands (CSE: IONC) (OTC: IONKF) (FRA: IB3), a company with roots as a family-run business selling vape pens in Washington state, has transformed into an award-winning cannabis holding company with a multistate portfolio. An article discussing the company reads, “Headquartered in Washington, where it all began, the company is rapidly expanding throughout the United States, reaching first into Oregon, California and Nevada, with its products currently sold in 685 stores across six states, and plans in place to continue expansion into other states throughout the year. The company is focused on organic, bottom-up growth as it cultivates and delivers recreational cannabis products to consumers nationwide. . . . IONIC Brands only recently went public and has made multiple strategic acquisitions in a short period of time. According to CEO and Board Chairman John Gorst (http://nnw.fm/UH6Yg), the company’s goal is to own the top four markets in the United States. ‘What we’re focused on is owning the West and winning the rest,’ Gorst noted in a news release. ‘We believe that we’re going to achieve a billion-dollar market valuation.’”

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About IONIC Brands Corp.

IONIC Brands is a national cannabis holding company based in Washington and led by a team of successful entrepreneurs. The company is focused on building a multistate, consumer-focused, cannabis-concentrate brand portfolio focusing on the premium and luxury segments. The cornerstone brand of the portfolio, IONIC is an accomplished No. 1 vaporizer brand in Washington that has aggressively expanded throughout the West Coast of the United States and is currently operating in Washington, Oregon and California. IONIC Brands’ strategy is to be the leader of the highest-value segments of the cannabis market and expand nationally. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.IONIC.social.

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