Like a Henry Ford of marijuana, Savaya’s cohesive cannabis business system—from “mother” plants and seedlings, all the way to the Leaf & Bud-branded marijuana products for retail sale—is bold, ambitious and a superb business model.
CENTER LINE, Mich. (PRWEB) August 11, 2020
Mark Savaya, CEO of Future Grow Solutions, is expecting his latest business venture to produce a big harvest of benefits to the community of Center Line, Michigan.
Like a Henry Ford of marijuana, Savaya’s cohesive cannabis business system—from “mother” plants and seedlings all the way to the Leaf & Bud-branded marijuana products for retail sale—is bold, ambitious and a superb business model.
Located in a Center Line “green zone,” the former Charter Steel facility has been renovated into the newest Future Grow Solutions system cannabis complex, operating with Center Line Group One, LLC and Nate Group, LLC. The complex will hold marijuana growing, production and provisioning in one area.
Savaya purchased the cannabis campus in 2019 and will invest $7-8 million in building upgrades, safety and security and production equipment.
“The City of Center Line has worked for over three years to create opportunities for the Medical Marijuana industry,” said Dennis Champine, City Manager/City Clerk for the City of Center Line. “The city has developed reasonable guidelines for potential Medical Marijuana businesses. The application and approval process for MMFL permits is seamless, fair, and unbiased. We welcome Future Grow Solutions to the community and are appreciative of their investment!”
“The city of Center Line was extremely helpful, willing and ready to work with us,” said Savaya. “They worked quickly and helped us move along efficiently. It was an absolute pleasure working with them.”
A majority of the investment was in the initial production, cultivation and production equipment. Future Grow Solutions is the exclusive Michigan distributor of the Hyperponic CropTower™ System—a vertically integrated growing system that produces extremely high yields using recycled, filtered water and LED lighting. Each tower can hold 102 plants and can harvest 120 pounds of marijuana annually. Savaya anticipates having 9,000 plants in continual harvest at the facility.
Savaya believes the market and demand for his services and products will bring more than 80 jobs and an estimated nearly $500,000 in taxes and licenses to the city of Center Line. Of that, nearly $10,000 is for administrative, inspection and enforcement fees. Savaya anticipates Center Line Group One, LLC and Nate Group, LLC will pay an average $1 million in taxes to the state of Michigan annually.
In addition to providing cultivation and production equipment, Future Grow Solutions will lease and sell supplies, provide staffing and other business necessities to cannabis growers, cultivators and investors. The products produced using the system will be sold under the brand Leaf & Bud. There will be eight Leaf & Bud provisioning centers, including the largest center in Macomb County.
“I want people to benefit from what I have already learned,” Savaya said. “It can be an unbelievably challenging system to figure out, so why not share my expertise? It will only help everyone in this budding market.”
Future Grow Solutions, Center Line, is hosting media tours. Please contact Gretchen A. Monette at
248-981-3852, email@example.com to arrange a visit and interview.
Future Grow Solutions is a Michigan-based company created to help the cannabis industry maximize their profits and produce exceptional products. With an experienced team and network of solutions, Future Grow Solutions offers services, equipment, and consulting to the grow and cultivation industry. For more information, visit http://www.futuregrowsolutions.com.