Hailing from Missoula, Montana, Morgan excelled in real estate at a young age until the recession led him to rethink his career, leading him into cannabis. In just ten months, his new cannabis business grew to a 15, square foot operation and was one of the largest in Montana. Matthew Lee Morgan. Hailing from Missoula, Montana, Morgan had plans of becoming an electrician in between working shifts at the local RV dealership. So, he got into real estate, where he excelled until the recession put a halt to his business model. Shortly after, Morgan decided to combine his knowledge of farming — with a passion for being his own boss — and make his move in the new gold rush: cannabis. In just ten months, his first-ever cannabis endeavor grew from a single plant to a 15,square-foot operation, making it one of the largest in Montana. Soon after, Morgan was met with a legal obstacle: the state legislature forced Morgan to shut down his budding empire. Down, but never out, Morgan was immediately on the lookout for his next opportunity and he moved to Arizona to make it a reality.
Written by Nathan Chan September 26, Want a heads up when a new story drops? Subscribe here. Growing up, he was fired from every traditional job he ever had, and when he tried college, he lasted just 10 days before dropping out. Next, Morgan became an electrician apprentice at the age of 19, still hoping to find a career path that he might enjoy. But like his previous ventures, this too was short-lived and he resigned after a year.
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Welcome to EverybodyWiki! Log in or create an account to improve, watchlist or create an article like a company page or a bio yours? Matthew Lee Morgan is an American entrepreneur. He is the co-founder of Green Axis Capital. Morgan got his start in the marijuana industry in his home state of Montana, after exiting a career in real estate following the financial crisis of Utilizing knowledge gained from his Montana farm upbringing, he started experimenting in his garage with marijuana, and soon had a "pretty sizable cultivation. Morgan moved to Arizona in and started Bloom Dispensaries, but was soon approached by a private investor from Florida, leading to his departure of Bloom and the creation of Tryke Companies and Reef Dispensaries. Reef Dispensaries currently operates six locations in the two states.
Hailing from Missoula, Montana, Morgan had plans of becoming an electrician in between working shifts at the local RV dealership. So, he got into real estate, where he excelled until the recession put a halt to his business model. Shortly after, Morgan decided to combine his knowledge of farming — with a passion for being his own boss — and make his move in the new gold rush: cannabis. Early in his career, Morgan made a name for himself by taking risks and predicting the best moves to make in business. His opinions and insights have been sought by everyone from TV anchors to magazine editors, celebrities, and up-and-coming entrepreneurs. Meetings, Montana roots, and more. Cannabis Leader.