Hi. Well let me tell you about Pride Wellness, and why I really realized that seeing the growing cannabis world basically being taken over by gigantic corporations, and people who weren't necessarily in the cannabis world prior to it becoming legalized. I've been connected to the cannabis business for probably at least - not the business, but within the cannabis world. Because of HIV and AIDS, 30 years ago, my community - the gay community - legalized cannabis, with a drug, pharmaceutical drug, called Marinol. That was over 30 years ago. That said, moving forward, I saw the legalization of cannabis happening, and the LGBT community, not in any way, shape or form being a part of that. So I decided that I wanted to get involved in cannabis, because first off, I use it as a sober person I use it - I'm 30 years sober, but I use it as medication. Secondly, I see my community using pharmaceutical drugs that are not necessarily helping them fix the problems, but cannabis does that! Cannabis is a natural medication that can actually help to fix some of the problems, instead of masking some of the problems. And I also feel it's very important for my community be a part of the future of medicine, and so by starting my company, Pride Wellness, I realized I can give back to my community by creating jobs, giving them great medication, teaching them how to create their own businesses and actually making it an abundance type of thing. We hire queer people, we hire people of color, we try to really keep it within the community and the people who are in the forefront of cannabis, prior to it becoming legalized. That's a very important part of the story of Pride Wellness. My partner also in my business is Leon Mostovoy, and he is also a trans man - we are the only trans-owned company in the United States, so it's pretty awesome and exciting.