NetworkNewsBreaks – Green Growth Brands Inc. (CSE: GGB) (OTCQB: GGBXF) Appoints Proven Consumer Marketing Expert Jann Parish as CMO

Lifestyle-oriented cannabis company Green Growth Brands (CSE: GGB) (OTCQB: GGBXF) today announced its appointment of Jann Parish as chief marketing officer (“CMO”), effective immediately. Formerly CMO of Victoria’s Secret and other global brands, and the recipient of numerous awards, Parish brings to the company brand development, strategic consumer relationship management and digital innovation. “As GGB continues rapid expansion in both the CBD and MSO segments, we are delighted to be bringing Jann, a proven consumer marketing expert, onboard,” Green Growth Brands CEO Peter Horvath said in the news release. “Jann is a master at positioning brands to resonate with consumers. As we scale our portfolio of brands, I am confident that under her leadership we will be differentiated from the competition.  We are so pleased to welcome Jann to the team.”

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About Green Growth Brands

Green Growth Brands creates remarkable experiences in cannabis and CBD. Led by CEO Peter Horvath and a leadership team of consumer-focused retail experts, the company’s brands include CAMP, Seventh Sense Botanical Therapy, The+Source, Green Lily, and Meri + Jayne. The company also has a licensing agreement with the Greg Norman(TM) Brand to develop a line of CBD-infused personal care products designed for active wellness. Already driving the strongest sales per square feet in the cannabis industry, GGB is expanding its cannabis operations throughout the U.S., its CBD presence at ShopSeventhSense.com, in malls across the country and at DSW shoe stores—and that’s just the beginning. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.GreenGrowthBrands.com.

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