CORONA, Calif., Sept. 3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- AVT, Inc. (OTC Markets: AVTC) (www.autoretail.com), a leader in automated retailing systems, self-service stores and kiosks, has announced that their customer, Medbox, Inc., was featured in another article in The Wall Street Journal MarketWatch. The article stated that with the federal government's new acceptance of state's individual marijuana laws, companies in this sector stand to see a surge in growth.
AVT builds systems for Medbox and other companies in the medical and pharmaceutical industries.
"AVT is at the cutting edge of providing automated, self-service solutions for a diversified group of industries," said James Winsor, CEO of AVT, Inc. "As we continue to grow and develop new solutions that dynamically improve the customer experience across many sectors, we are pleased that our customer, Medbox, continues to gain notoriety and benefit from this new interest in investing in green-rush industries," he added. "We plan on continuing to provide Medbox with the systems they need to support their increased demand and accelerated growth curve ahead."
An article in the Wall Street Journal titled, "How to Invest in Legalized Marijuana" stated that some companies in this arena stood to grow rapidly.
"Mark Twain is said to have remarked that a gold rush is a good time to be in the pick and shovel business," the Wall Street Journal reported. "Investors may be able to apply that same bit of wisdom to the growing number of U.S. states that have legalized pot," the article stated.
"Of course, we think that as the manufacturer of these systems, AVT is also part of this new Green Rush," Winsor stated. "We have new purchase orders from Medbox and plan on building their next generation systems, as well as new units targeted to the pharmaceutical industry, traditional pharmacies, and doctor's offi
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