YSS Corp. Announces Grand Opening of Two Calgary Flagship Stores

Published: January 9, 2020

YSS Corp. Announces Grand Opening of Two Calgary Flagship Stores

YSS Corp., a premier Canadian cannabis retailer operating under the YSS Cannabis and Sweet Tree CannabisTM brands, announced the grand opening of its two downtown Calgary flagship stores. YSS 4th Avenue SW, located at 526 4th Ave SW, opened on January 4, 2020 and Sweet Tree 17th Avenue SW, located at 1206 17th Ave SW, opened on January 7, 2020.

With the opening of the two Calgary flagship stores, YSS now has 16 operating stores in Calgary (6), Edmonton, Red Deer, Vermilion, Stony Plain, Vegreville, Spruce Grove, Lloydminster, High River, Okotoks and Swift Current, Saskatchewan.

YSS is committed to becoming the trusted destination for cannabis in Canada by creating and delivering a premier in-store retail experience through understanding customer demands and data, implementing standardized procedures, investing in brand and retail design, offering interactive in-store technology, and developing an experienced and welcoming team. The Company views the continued investment in customer experience as instrumental to establishing customer loyalty, brand recognition and ultimately, future business.

Pursuant to the terms of the definitive agreement between YSS and Sweet Tree Modern Apothecary Ltd. announced on June 13, 2019, YSS has issued an aggregate of 6,625,000 common shares in connection with the issuance of licenses for Sweet Tree 17th Avenue SW and Sweet Tree Okotoks.

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