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MedMen exits Arizona and Nevada, sells assets to Mint Cannabis

MedMen has entered into definitive agreements to sell its non-core business operations in Arizona and certain assets in Nevada to an affiliate of Mint Cannabis, a private multi-state cannabis operator headquartered in Arizona. The transactions consist of the sale of MedMen’s wholly-owned operating subsidiary in Arizona and its two operating dispensaries located in Clark County, Nevada. These sales are the result of MedMen’s previously announced strategic review and evaluation of divestiture opportunities of its non-core assets. The transactions are subject to customary closing conditions, including, among others, the receipt of applicable regulatory approvals.

“MedMen is pleased with the outcome of our strategic review and has made good progress in our restructuring efforts. These transactions will bolster liquidity in the short term, reduce liabilities, and enable the Company to focus on operating efficiencies and executing our long-term asset-light growth strategy in our core markets,” said Ellen Deutsch Harrison, MedMen’s CEO.

“We are excited to expand our portfolio of flagship dispensaries through the acquisition of MedMen’s Scottsdale Talking Stick Dispensary and Mesa Cultivation Facility, along with establishing our vertical presence in Nevada through the addition of two premium Las Vegas Dispensaries. MINT Cannabis is pleased to have reached an agreement with MedMen and has strong ambitions to continue to build our footprint through both organic and strategic growth across various key markets in the US,” said Eivan Shahara, MINT Cannabis’ co-founder and CEO.

ATB Capital Markets Inc. acted as financial advisor and Raines Feldman Littrell LLP acted as legal advisor to MedMen. CLD Advisory acted as financial advisor to MINT Cannabis.

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