Chris Ball

Founder and CEO of Ball Family Farms, an Los Angeles-based social equity licensed cannabis company

Founder and CEO of Ball Family Farms, an Los Angeles-based social equity licensed cannabis company

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Chris Ball, founder and CEO of Ball Family Farms in LA, says business is booming during the pandemic.

LA cannabis company Ball Family Farms is having a tough time keeping up with demand amid pandemic

Chris Ball, founder and CEO of Ball Family Farms in LA, says business is booming during the pandemic.

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