Surterra Wellness Marks 4/20 Day by Giving Back to Local Florida Community
Leading Health and Wellness Company’s 2019 #HowWe420 Campaign Supports K9s for Warriors
Surterra Wellness (Surterra), one of the fastest growing health and wellness companies in the United States, will mark 4/20 Day by giving back to the local community through its#HowWe420 campaign, along with a significant donation to K9s for Warriors, an organization that provides service dogs to disabled veterans.
“Surterra Wellness’ success as a leading provider of medical cannabis products in Florida is tied to the success of the communities we call home,” said Kim Hawkes, Surterra’s Associate Director, Government & Public Affairs. “At Surterra Wellness, we do things differently and we are proud to use this occasion to support local Florida organizations that are supporting the overall wellness of our patients and other community members. Through a commitment to education and community support, we are redefining health and wellness.”
“We are grateful for the generous gift of Surterra Wellness and their support our nation’s heroes,” said Rory Diamond, Chief Executive Officer of K9s For Warriors. “This donation will make a direct impact on our ability to carry out our mission of saving the lives of rescue dogs and veterans in Florida.”
Each year, April 20th – also culturally known as “4/20” – is an unofficial national day of recognition dedicated to increasing awareness of the wellness benefits of cannabis. This year, Surterra is celebrating 4/20 the entire week leading up to this day on its web site www.surterra.com through testimonials from newly registered cannabis patients to cannabis users overcoming illness, and through in person community educational sessions focused on the benefits of cannabis for health and wellness at its 23 Wellness Centers throughout Florida.
Surterra provides medical and wellness access to over 70 million residents across Florida, Texas and Nevada. The company operates 23 Surterra Wellness Centers and almost 600,000 square feet of canopy throughout Florida, demonstrating the company’s rapid progression in an evolving wellness industry. Based on Surterra’s rapid growth, it expects to employ approximately 2,000 people by the end of 2019.[livemarket market_name="KONK Life LiveMarket" limit=3 category=“” show_signup=0 show_more=0]