Marketing team includes convenience-channel veterans,
ST. PAUL, Minn. — Leafline Wellness, a producer of hemp-derived cannabidiol (CBD) products, has launched the Happy Place CBD product line into convenience stores that the company said was created specifically for the c-store channel.
“Though it’s a new team to Leafline, these three experts come to us with a combined 60 years of experience in the convenience industry,” said Colin Kelley, president of Leafline Wellness.
Jason Schreiber, vice president of sales, has more than 25 years of experience in the c-store industry; Rachel Quintanilla Albertson, vice president of brand marketing, has devoted her 27-year career to creating and marketing profitable programs to the c-store sector; and Sarah Odde Lynch, chief revenue officer, has 20 years of corporate marketing and sales experience in the food and beverage industries, he said.
“The remarkable skill set Sarah, Rachel and Jason bring to Happy Place is significant,” Kelley said. “Their experience speaks for itself, and it’s hard to express how excited we are to have the three of them spearheading the Happy Place product line.
All of the products are Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) certified and third-party lab tested, the company said.
LeafLine Industries owns and operates multiple companies including its two largest subsidiaries: LeafLine Labs and LeafLine Wellness.
St. Paul, Minn.-based LeafLine Labs is a medical cannabis licensee in the state of Minnesota using controlled-environment agriculture to cultivate cannabis for extract-based medicine to distribute through patient care centers across the state.
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