New Vegas-based Cannabis Testing Lab Almost Ready to Open
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Pazoo is pleased to announce that MA & Associates, a cannabis testing laboratory located in Las Vegas, Nevada partially owned by Pazoo, has made significant strides in completing operations and procedures ahead of the laboratory's final inspection by the State of Nevada.
MA Analytics is finalizing the policies and procedures as well as the operations ahead of the above mentioned final inspection and its much anticipated opening for business to customers. The lab has completed some and is close to finishing the remaining standard operating procedures including methods and validations while ensuring everything is up to the rigorous testing and compliance policies set forth by the State of Nevada.
Additionally, in preparation for working with customers, the lab has hired a general manager with extensive experience in sales, marketing, and professional relationship building, and client acquisition. She has already started selling activities.
The State Inspection is the last step before the lab can open and start generating revenue. The testing performed by MA & Associates LLC, as required by Nevada, will protect consumers from contaminants, chemicals and other impurities within the cannabis plant, ensuring the consumer is getting the best possible product.
Pazoo's acting CEO Steve Basloe said, "We are very pleased to announce that the lab is close to scheduling the State inspection, the last major step needed in order to finally be open and start generating revenue. We are excited to start the sales and marketing of the lab along with our general manger. We understand the frustration in delays in the lab opening but we are ensuring that as the State continues to tighten their testing limits and standards, we are not making the mistakes some other labs have made in the past. We look forward to getting the lab open and making this a profitable business moving forward."