NetworkNewsBreaks – TransCanna Holdings Inc. (CSE: TCAN) (FSE: TH8) Hires Soldaze, Inc. President and Co-Founder to Lead its Branding Division

TransCanna Holdings (CSE: TCAN) (FSE: TH8) today announced that it has hired Shawn Shevlin to oversee the newly formed branding division for TransCanna at the Modesto facility, which will be responsible for statewide sales. Shevlin is the president and co-founder of SolDaze, Inc., an organic CBD, THC infused mango line of snacks and treats, and his experience includes over 25 years in branding agricultural related products as well as a background in sales and operations. “Shawn will be a major addition to our team, and we are honored and excited to have him come onboard,” TransCanna President Arni Johannson commented in the news release. “We are currently planning our next stages to scale operations and created a blueprint for other brands we acquire and bring into the TCAN family.”

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About TransCanna Holdings Inc.

TransCanna Holdings Inc. is a Canadian-based company focused on providing integrated branding, transportation and distribution services, through its wholly-owned California subsidiaries, to a range of industries including the cannabis marketplace. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.TransCanna.com.

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