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93iD is more than a company, we’re a mission-focused group of like-minded people that seek to right systemic wrongs, provide hope to the hopeless, and pay tribute to our heroes that have paved the way for us all.

As a Cannabis startup, we know we have a responsibility to advocate for those that have borne the brunt of punishment for marijuana-related incidents. We fully support politicians and activists that have kept the conversation focused on expungement for individuals mired in the criminal justice systems for crimes that are or soon to be profit sectors for big business. We support legalization and expungement - they are inseparable issues for us and our mission.

We are local and proud. We are not a minority face posing as owners for a large conglomerate seeking to dominate this newly legal Cannabis market. When we say we will hire locals and provide opportunities for advancement we mean it. 93iD will stay engaged in the community, with a particular concentration on education and veteran’s issues.

We named our company after the historic 93rd Infantry Division. The 93rd existed back when the military of the United States was segregated. The men of the 93rd Infantry Division fought bravely and distinguished themselves as American heroes. Their accomplishments live on in our collective memories. At 93iD, we will honor their sacrifice while we strive to become a leader in the Cannabis market, without sacrificing our mission and our values.

Our Team

Travis Ally

Partner

Travis Ally is an Army veteran, father of five, coder, and a professional farmer. He became interested in the industry primarily to give back to the Newark community in employment efforts and has seen the need of providing accessible, high-quality cannabinoid prescriptions and products to fellow Veterans suffering from chronic, severe pain, PTSD, and other related issues brought on by serving our country.

Travis Ally gives as much time as he can back to those in need. Although his spare time is scarce raising five kids as a single father, he sits on three school boards and volunteers with Court Watch NYC, an organization that attempts to provide transparency to a criminal justice system that far too often negatively affects the poor, particularly African American men. Travis Ally is strongly committed to affecting change through productive actions that support social justice.

Levi A. Holmes

Partner

Levi A. Holmes II is a 25-year retired Lieutenant of the Newark Police Department where he garnered an impeccable reputation. Throughout his career, he worked in different roles and been awarded 17 awards. Since 2010, he’s served as President of the Newark Bronze Shields, Inc—the largest African-American police organization in the state of New Jersey to combat racism within the Newark Police Department with an emphasis on community service. They have collaborated with the New York Giants to sponsor: gifting $20,000 of football equipment to two Newark high schools; community Ride-A-Long to bring discuss community/police relations and holding an educational forum on the importance of academic success to youth. His commitment to better the Newark community, knowledge, and deep roots in New Jersey make Holmes an integral part and leader of 93iD’s community engagement efforts to educate and unify the community.

We strive to educate our consumers on cannabis-derived products, usage, and benefits.

At 93iD, educating consumers to the benefits of cannabis to foster a progressive, forward-thinking mindset on what the cannabis industry can do for an individual and his or her community, is central to our core vision. As New Jersey’s first cannabis business to pledge operations for the people of Newark, 93iD will open new employment opportunities for the Newark community. Our core mission is bridging the racial disparities and providing care for veterans in this emerging market by becoming one of New Jersey’s first minority and veteran-owned cannabis businesses, at the precipice of marijuana legalization in the Garden State.

 

We need policies that empower states to legalize medical marijuana if they so choose—recognizing that there are Americans who can realize real medical benefits if this treatment option is brought out of the shadows."

Senator Cory Booker
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