NetworkNewsBreaks – Generation Alpha Inc. (GNAL) Appoints New Board Member to Assist in Expansion, Explore New Opportunities in Legal Cannabis Market

Vertically integrated cannabis company Generation Alpha Inc. (OTCQB: GNAL) this morning announced the appointment of international businessman and entrepreneur David Lenigas to its board of directors. Per the update, Lenigas has first-hand experience in the legalized medical cannabis sector, having assisted with funding the building of operations in Canada, Europe, Australia and Jamaica. In addition, he has extensive experience chairing and managing companies on many international stock exchanges.  “I am pleased to welcome David to the Board of Directors,” Generation Alpha CEO Alan Lien commented in the news release.  “David comes to us with an international entrepreneurial and capital markets background, and extensive legal cannabis experience having negotiated significant legal cannabis transaction internationally over the past few years. David’s appointment is timely, as we move forward with our Arizona operation and seek out new and exciting opportunities in the legalized U.S. market.”

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About Generation Alpha Inc.

Generation Alpha Inc. focuses on bringing products and solutions to commercial cannabis growers in both the medical and recreational space in legal markets across the U.S. For nearly a decade, growers have used Generation Alpha’s lighting solutions to increase yield, lower costs and grow better to maximize their return on investment. Generation Alpha’s customers include retail stores, distributors, ecommerce, and commercial growers. In 2018, Generation Alpha expanded into the “touch-the-plant” side of the cannabis business under a contract with an Arizona licensee and its ongoing build-out of a cultivation and processing facility in Phoenix, AZ. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.GenAlphaInc.com

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