Lift & Co. Announces Appointment of Chair and Vice Chair of the Board of Directors

Published: September 19, 2018

Lift & Co. Announces Appointment of Chair and Vice Chair of the Board of Directors

Lift & Co. Corp. announces the appointment of Stu Miller as Board Chair and Deborah Rosati as Vice Chair of the Board.

“We are pleased to have such accomplished board members as Stu and Deborah to join Lift & Co.’s Board of Directors. Their deep legal and financial knowledge, corporate governance experience, and understanding of the public and cannabis markets will help guide the Company as we trade on the TSX-V and expand our platform into the recreational cannabis market,” said Matei Olaru, Chief Executive Officer, Lift & Co. “Stu and Deborah both have strong track records as trusted leaders and I look forward to leveraging their expertise as we focus on the rapid growth of Lift & Co.”

Mr. Miller commented, “I’m delighted by the positive reaction of the markets to Lift & Co.’s stock market debut and to lead the Board of Directors at this important time. I look forward to guiding the Company through its next phase as a publicly traded Company.”

“I am excited to join Lift & Co.’s Board of Directors,” said Ms. Rosati. “This is a unique opportunity to apply my experience as a board member at MedReleaf to help shape a Company leading the next wave of investment opportunities in cannabis. I look forward to working with Stu Miller, and the rest of the Board, to strengthen and grow this exciting business.”

The Company also announces that following Lift & Co.’s successful TSX-V listing, the Company is undertaking a realignment of operating lines to increase efficiencies. Additionally, the Company announces the resignation of Chief Marketing Officer, Kerri-Lynn McAllister. Kerri-Lynn is departing to pursue new opportunities and the Company thanks her for her contributions.

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