Planet 13 to Provide Over 5,000 Complimentary Meals for Employees throughout April

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World’s Largest Cannabis superstore and entertainment complex is ensuring its employees are treated with extra care during the COVID-19 Shutdown

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We want to do everything we can to ensure the comfort and wellbeing of our employees

Planet 13 has announced it is providing a free daily meal to its 250 employees, along with refreshments and coffee throughout all shifts.

“We want to do everything we can to ensure the comfort and wellbeing of our employees,” said Larry Scheffler, Planet 13 Co-CEO. “On top of offering our employees healthy food and refreshments, we are also practicing strict social distancing protocols and have hand-cleaning stations throughout the facility.”

During April, Planet 13 will provide over 5,000 meals prepared at its restaurant Trece. All employees will receive one free meal each day. This also ensures its kitchen staff is able to stay on the job.

“Our staff has been incredible during this challenging time, working extra hours to ensure our online and delivery customers receive the same level of service they have come to expect in-store before the Nevada stay at home order,” said Scheffler.

On April 1, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak extended the Stay at home order until the end of the month.

About Planet 13
Planet 13 (http://www.planet13holdings.com) is a vertically integrated cannabis company based in Nevada, with award-winning cultivation, production and dispensary operations in Las Vegas - the entertainment capital of the world. Planet 13's mission is to build a recognizable global brand known for world-class dispensary operations and a creator of innovative cannabis products. Planet 13's common shares trade on the Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE) under the symbol PLTH and on the OTCQX under the symbol PLNHF.

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