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Advantis Corp. Delivers to California Medical Marijuana Business

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SANTA ANA, CA — (Marketwired) — 03/21/16 — ADVANTIS CORPORATION (OTC PINK: ADVT) announced its first purchase order received from California medical marijuana cooperative, Natural Elements, Inc.

Advantis Corp. partnered with Natural Elements, Inc. several months ago to supply the mutual benefit corporation with all the tools necessary to support its business. The medical marijuana business in California is limited to non-profit organizations comprised of member-patients that have received a prescription for marijuana from their doctor. Advantis will be supplying Natural Elements Inc. with all necessities required to facilitate their organization’s growth and delivery process to its member-patients. Advantis will supply Natural Elements with agricultural equipment, packaging materials, product delivery solutions, and has put a cross-consulting arrangement in place. “Significant revenues are on the way,” said Company Director, Woo Kim.

Incoming CEO, Christopher Swartz, has been Chief Consultant between Advantis and Natural Elements since their partnership began; he is the key element to facilitating this first purchase order. “I am passionate about the medicinal cannabis industry, and so is Natural Elements,” Swartz said. “I have spent the last ten years researching effective pain management techniques without the use of harmful narcotics, and Natural Elements truly cares about the well being of its members.”

Swartz explained that the Advantis group of companies are well positioned to facilitate the delivery of cannabis to those in need. “It’s no secret that cannabis has proven to be an effective treatment for chronic pain and other debilitating conditions,” Swartz expanded. “To ensure access to the highest quality products, Advantis will be looking to supply additional cooperatives in California, while we work to scale a more profitable business model through our partners (from seed to sale) in states like Oregon and Washington, where this medicine is fully legalized.”

Swartz emphasized that the legal cannabis business and its ancillary products is Advantis’ core business. “We have several product lines in development and pending distribution and partnership agreements, but make no mistake, innovative health care solutions and chronic pain management through the use of marijuana and its extracts is our primary focus,” Swartz stated. “This is where we supply the greatest shareholder value, and more importantly, provide relief for millions of people struggling to effectively manage their pain… without the significant side effects caused by dangerously addictive opiate pain killers.”

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