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Primco Management Inc. enters into a medical marijuana letter of agreement with Flint, MI-based DTRB to provide funding for the development of properties in the medical marijuana space.


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Primco Management Inc. enters into a medical marijuana letter of agreement with Flint, MI-based DTRB to provide funding for the development of properties in the medical marijuana space.

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Primco Management Developing Medical Marijuana Properties In Michigan

Primco Management Inc. enters into a medical marijuana letter of agreement with Flint, MI-based DTRB to provide funding for the development of properties in the medical marijuana space.

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