The marijuana boom is only in its 'second inning' and the map is wide open for innovative cannabis companies seeking to establish themselves, said Nicholas Kovacevich, CEO of Kush Bottles (KSHB). 'We are going to see this thing snowball hopefully and as more states come on board, it creates more momentum for other states to put programs in place,' said Kovacevich, adding that most of his business is transacted in four states, creating huge geographical potential for him to further sales. Kush Bottles is packaging provider, offering certified child-resistant and custom-branded solutions in all states that permit adult-use or medical marijuana. Kovacevich started Kush in 2010 and took it public in January. It now sports a market-cap of close to $61 million and has sold over 100 million bottles.
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