New Fund Combines Revenue Share Contracts and Cannabis Investing

BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA – 05-22-2019 ( — Today, the California Cannabis Growth Fund (CCGF) offers accredited investors the ability to invest in profitable cannabis firms operating in California. Cannabis growers, distributors, delivery services, and retailers are accepting investments to help expand and improve operations – CCGF makes the connection simple while offering high yields that begin pay-out after 4 months.

Of the company’s first fund launch, CCGF Co-Founder Jeremy Sandor said, “I am excited about the opportunity to serve the California cannabis community. We want to help successful companies become industry leaders and introduce these companies to investors interested in the cannabis market.”CCGF leverages decades long roots in the California cannabis community along with expertise in real estate fundraising and consulting to provide this valuable service. Learn more at CCGF: CCGF is a direct cannabis investment portal based in Oakland, CA. The first fund offers accredited investors access to profitable California cannabis growers, distributors, delivery services and retailers through Revenue Share Contracts – providing high yield returns with quick payouts. 

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