ANAHEIM, CA--(Marketwire - Nov 27, 2012) - Greengro Technologies (PINKSHEETS: GRNH) announced today the opening of its new corporate office and Southern California distribution center located at 1100 Orange Fair Unit I Anaheim, CA 92801. The location will serve as home base for all investor relations, sales and administrative functions. Additionally, a large part of the facility will showcase Greengro's cutting edge vertical grow technologies including its recently released VertaMax System.
"As a development stage company we are pleased to have the facilities to further develop our proprietary agricultural science properties for our consumer and commercial product lines. This space will provide us an area to showcase our developments and products in a close to real-world growing environment," says David Rudat, CFO of Greengro Technologies.
"Further plans for the facilities include an educational curriculum hosted by Greengro Technologies' in-house botanist. Greengro Technologies has added this resource to provide the domain expertise in the latest growing methodologies that is needed to support our customers, consumer and commercial, to get the highest yield counts from Greengro products," states James Haas.
This new location will also serve as the key distribution center for Greengro's Northern California retail center as well as its ecommerce sites including greengrotech.com, Amazon.com, google.com/shopping, and theFind.com.
About Greengro Technologies: Greengro Technologies is a world class provider of eco-friendly green technologies with specific domain expertise in indoor and outdoor agricultural science systems serving both the consumer and commercial farming markets. Its customers include restaurants, community gardens, small and large scale commercial clients.
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