IONIC Brands Corp. (CSE: IONC) (OTC: ZRRRF) is “One to Watch”

IONIC Brands offers investors exposure to a portfolio of luxury brands including IONIC vaporizer pens, Zoots edibles, Vuber Technologies and Vegas M Stick vaporizer pens IONIC expects recent acquisitions to add more than $30 million in revenue in 2019 with total revenues projected at $46 million Top 10 vape pen company in Washington state; application of proven sales and marketing formula offers massive growth opportunity in multiple states Vertical integration with diversification of products and product segments includes 11 cannabis licenses in three states IONIC brands are now sold in six states in 685 stores Over $34 million in organically-generated sales since 2015-2018

IONIC Brands Corp. (CSE: IONC) (OTC: ZRRRF) is a national cannabis holding company building a multistate portfolio of award-winning premium and luxury brands in the cannabis space. Established in 2015, IONIC Brands has demonstrated its ability to expand and operate multiple cannabis concentrate consumer brands in markets across the western United States. The company continues to strategically expand nationwide to remain a leader of the highest-value segments in the cannabis market.

With a focus on quality, responsibility and respectability, IONIC’s product lines are pioneering the changing landscape of cannabis consumption. The company’s refinement practices are a result of a passionate commitment to craft the finest, small-batch cannabis oils and…

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