DENVER, May 04, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — General Cannabis’ (OTCQB:CANN) wholly owned subsidiary, Iron Protection Group (IPG) today announced it is actively hiring experience cannabis security guards for immediate placement.
Hunter Garth, Managing Director of IPG, stated “We understand there is some chaos now going on in the Colorado cannabis security market. We understand certain companies are financially strained and there is uncertainty among the market.” He continued “IPG remains the leading security firm in the cannabis industry and we are eager to meet experienced guards from other companies.”
Any interested candidates should contact Cory Aguillard @ 303–759-1300
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