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MassRoots Relocates Headquarters to Los Angeles, Expanding Sales Team

MassRoots, Inc. 
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LOS ANGELESSept. 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — MassRoots, Inc. (“MassRoots” or the “Company”) (OTCQB:MSRT), one of the leading technology platforms for the regulated cannabis industry, is pleased to announce it has relocated its corporate headquarters to Los Angeles, California. According to New Frontier Financial, the regulated cannabis market in Californiais one of the largest and most rapidly growing in the world, estimated to generate $3.09 billion in cannabis sales by 2020.

There are approximately 2,500 regulated dispensaries in the United States, according to New Frontier Financial. MassRoots’ primary source of revenue is generated from listing and advertising subscription fees charged to dispensaries to gain exposure to the more than one million registered cannabis users on the Company’s platform.

In order to accelerate the growth of paid subscriptions to its platform, MassRoots is expanding the size of its sales team from 5 to 10 full-time employees who will focus on the Los AngelesSan Francisco and Denver markets.

“The number of dispensaries subscribing to MassRoots’ platform is steadily increasing, and we believe that we can accelerate this growth with the expansion of our sales team,” stated Isaac Dietrich, MassRoots’ Chief Executive Officer. “We believe our paid offerings, available to regulated dispensaries across the United States, have the potential to grow foot-traffic and revenues at these businesses, and we look forward to introducing these dispensaries to our platform.”

About MassRoots 

MassRoots, Inc. is one of the leading technology platforms for the regulated cannabis industry. Powered by more than one million registered users, the Company’s mobile apps empower consumers to make educated cannabis purchasing decisions through community-driven reviews. With a significant market share of medical cannabis patients in certain markets and more than 35,000 shareholders, the Company believes it is uniquely positioned to best serve the needs of the cannabis industry. For more information, please visit and review MassRoots’ filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

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SOURCE MassRoots, Inc.

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