US (CA): Sparx Cannabis raises $10 million

Sparx Cannabis, a vertically-integrated, family-owned and California-grown cannabis lifestyle company, announced the completion of the company’s Series A funding round with $10 million raised through private funding.

The company plans to utilize the funds raised in their Series A round to continue to build out facilities and further their reach within the state of California to serve more customers. Funds raised will go toward the build-out and management of a manufacturing building called Sparx Distillery and the build-out of a distribution center. Additionally, the funds will be utilized to further promote the Sparx Cannabis brand as well as upgrading and running current Sparx Cannabis cultivation sites.  

“California is the largest adult use cannabis market in the world and with this Series A round of funding, Sparx Cannabis can reach more customers, providing them with an incredible product they deserve by a company they can trust,” said Sparx Cannabis Co-Founder and President Jared Helfant. “This round will help us further develop all facets of our company and we are incredibly thankful to our private investors who each bring valuable knowledge and insight into the company from various backgrounds.“

The Series A funding will also allow Sparx Cannabis to employ more residents of California’s central coast as additional employees will be needed to fill the infrastructures once build-out is complete.

Helfant continued, “One of Sparx Cannabis’ main goals is to give back to the community we are part of and these funds help us do just this. We expect to hire more hard-working individuals of all experience and backgrounds to help elevate the Sparx brand as we continue to grow.”

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