|By Business Wire||
|August 5, 2014 12:25 PM EDT||
James P. “Jim” Gray has accepted a position on the Advisory Board of Medical Cannabis Payment Solutions (OTC Bulletin Board, REFG), a leader in technological solutions for the medical cannabis industry. The Advisory Board provides guidance and strategic decision-making for the rollout of MCPS’ recently announced payment solution for the medical marijuana industry.
Gray served as a Judge Advocate General in the United States Navy, and was a Superior Court judge in Orange County, California until his retirement in 2009 after over 20 years on the bench of both the Superior Court and the Santa Ana, California municipal court. He has written numerous works and articles on drug policy and regulation, and has sat on the advisory board of the California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs and the Alcohol Advisory Board to the Orange County (California) Board of Supervisors. In addition to being on the board of councilors of the University of Southern California Law School, Gray was the Libertarian candidate for Vice President of the United States in the 2012 election.
Commenting on Gray’s joining Medical Cannabis Payment Solutions’ Advisory Board, CEO Jeremy Roberts said, “Jim Gray brings a singular perspective and wealth of experience to our company. His knowledge of government drug policy as a judge, a political candidate, and a scholar have few equals. We are delighted that Jim is bringing his expertise on board to help expand our mission as providers of exceptional services and solutions for medical cannabis regulation.”
“I’m very excited about the opportunities Medical Cannabis Payment Solutions offers to shareholders as well as policymakers,” Gray said of his position on the Advisory Board. “The services this company provides are a breakthrough in the developing area of legalized medical cannabis treatments, and I look forward to being a part of it.”
About Medical Cannabis Payment Systems, Inc.
Our mission is to provide end-to-end management, across multiple management systems, for medicinal marijuana operations. Many medicinal marijuana companies have experienced such rapid growth that they are finding it difficult to manage all aspects of their operation. In order to become a successful and compliant medicinal marijuana operation, effective management must depend on many different systems. REFG solves the fragmentation problem by identifying tools that are important to dispensaries, and customizing those tools specifically catered to the industry. We strive to create awareness within the medicinal marijuana industry and to develop an environmentally friendly, economically sustainable business while increasing shareholder value. For more information, please visit the company's website at: www.refg.co
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