A while back – quite a while back, if we’re honest, Tinley Beverage (TNY.C) boss Jeff Maser had a big decision to make that would take his company in a specific direction from that point forward.
“California is North America’s largest beverage market. Plus it’s the continent’s largest cannabis market,” says Jeff Maser, founder and CEO of The Tinley Beverage Company (TNY.C).
Top tip: You guys out there whining about ‘the market’ being down are finding excuses for the wrong problem.
Was just looking at a bunch of news releases, trying to figure out which to cover when I remembered, ‘didn’t you just use to do all of them?’
The Tinley Beverage Company (TNY.C) raised $5,567,219 in a recently closed unbrokered private placement.
Tinley Beverage Company (TNY.C) has shipped their first batches of Stone Daisy and Tinley ’27 cannabis beverages to dispensaries in California after a bumpy start to 2019.
Launching a beverage line isn’t easy. Launching a cannabis-infused beverage line in California, a notoriously challenging market for newcomers, is even harder.
The tobacco industry is getting squeezed. Older smokers continue to step off the boat and younger generations are less and less interested in picking up the smoldering torch.
On November 29, The Tinley Beverage Company (TNY.C) announced the signing of a new agreement with a licensed manufacturer to expand their production capacity.