Elk River Capital Partners
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Providing A Home For America’s Booming Cannabis Industry

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Cannabis is one of the fastest growing industries in the country, yet federal regulations make it impossible for cannabis operators to access funds via traditional financial resources.

Elk River Capital Partners Fund 2 is a real estate investment fund that was founded to serve mid-market operators in the legal cannabis industry. Elk River acquires properties and leases them to highly vetted, state-licensed cannabis operators, allowing them to expand operations without making significant capital investments.

Please join our webinar with Elk River Capital Founder and CEO, Dan Simon to learn more about how his team’s more than 50 years’ experience in real estate development, design, construction, and cannabis is providing a vital service for the $87 billion dollar cannabis industry.

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