ParcelPal Continues Expansion Across Canada and Becomes First On-demand Delivery Provider for Cannabis
ParcelPal Technology Inc. (“ParcelPal” or the “Company”), (CSE: PKG) (FSE: PT0) (OTC: PTNYF) – As part of ParcelPal’s national rollout strategy, the Company is pleased to announce they will be launching into Saskatchewan within the coming weeks. The company has been operating successfully in Vancouver and Calgary and is now expanding to Saskatoon as part of its continuing strategy for Canada-wide distribution.
Over the next few weeks, ParcelPal will be launching with all verticals the company currently offers (food, alcohol, grocery and, soon, get anything) on its platform for both iOS and Android. As per the Company’s prior press release on their cannabis strategy for legalization in Canada (source),
ParcelPal will be the first company in Canada to offer on-demand delivery of cannabis and fully intends to launch this program as soon as possible. Further details with regards to the Company’s partnerships in the Cannabis space will be released once they go live.
The Company has secured an operating location and is currently hiring and on-boarding key staff members for the launch. As with every province, the Company is looking to expand with existing and new partnerships within this region.
President and CEO Kelly Abbott states, “We are very excited to launch in such an under served region in Canada. Saskatoon is currently under served in nearly all verticals, which poses an ideal opportunity for quick penetration into this city. In light of the recent shortcomings of delivery and the shortage of supply of cannabis in the province, we feel confident that we can offer the residents of Saskatoon a cheaper, quicker, safer and more anonymous service than current providers. Saskatoon residents will be able to order directly from our app and can expect to get their cannabis delivered safely and securely in an hour or less!”
Saskatoon residents can download the app by visiting the ParcelPal website or by visiting the app store on their mobile devices.