Jack Jay of Tucson, Arizona, is helping to bring American manufacturing back to its former glory. The 22-year-old entrepreneur says he "never expected to be manufacturing for other big brands." I had the chance to sit down with the young man in his new home in Beverly Hills. Three years ago, Jack woke up in the hospital from a snowboarding accident with a terrible concussion. He went researching online after lacking any medication from the doctor for his decrease in mental functioning. His research brought him to start using infused vape juice that had neuroprotective properties. After doing research to find the formulation he was using was not only grossly overpriced with no other alternatives on the market, he contacted a formulator and worked with them to produce a quality product that really worked. He started manufacturing it right out of his guest house. —
. Less than a year later, he would acquire private funding and move the operation into a 5,250 sq ft warehouse, expanding the lines into lotions, creams, tinctures, shampoo, concentrates, gummies and more. Alongside the machinery and working tables is a quaint office and past that rows of shelving for product storage and fulfillment. One-quarter of the warehouse is sectioned off for a retail display. Tours of the workshop are on-going and can be scheduled M-F 9 am-5 pm MST. The brand he created called Cannafacturer is fully focused on quality-american manufactured goods. With vertical integration of sticker printers and in-house 3D modelers, graphic designs, and sticker experts the ability to do small-scale manufacturing is like no other. For smaller brands or even people not wanting to risk large amounts on tens of thousands of pieces of a new product. Jack and his team are able to produce at a minimum order quantity of just 100 pieces, while still offering competitive pricing.
About Jack Jay
Jack Jay is a 22 year old serial entrepreneur driven by the existential drive of a time-limit on his consciousness. This drive led him to create a 7 figure CBD/Hemp manufacturing company called Cannafacturer. Along the process of creating the business, he further condensed his life philosophy and legally through the IRS created a religion called Existism. He has been featured on Market Watch, AZCentral, Ask.com, and Digital Journal. The conclusion of these, around the mystery of life is to extend the length of time able to grab more information on the nature of our universe. It's a racing game where if you do not reach the checkpoint in time the game ends. This podcast, and reaching the ideas to more people, through the effect of words and the butterfly effect will give you a higher chance of seeing a reality in which genetic diseases are a thing of the past.
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