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Pepe Breton moved to the US from Mexico City at age 16. Not speaking any English when arriving in the United States, he practiced the language during high school classes and participated in acting courses. Determination and hard work allowed Pepe to graduate from high school early. He continued his education in college focusing on both marketing and business finance. Fully supporting himself and paying for school he worked numerous jobs that included cleaning houses, car detailing, gardening, window washing, retail, telemarketing, and restaurants. After college, he went into sales & stock trading. He got his start in the cannabis industry back in 2009, when he was awarded 1 of the first 5 cultivation licenses in Colorado and has since grown the business into a multi-state enterprise engaged in cultivation, retail, extraction, and branding.
 
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