Maui Cannabis Conference in January Maui No Kai Oi Maui Is The Best

Maui Cannabis Conference, a perfect cannabis dream come true to one of the treasured Islands of Hawaii. This educational event will feature great information and networking opportunities for the locals and anyone seeking their place in the opening recreational Aloha industry. The organizers have just announced that it has signed on several exciting new speakers for the events speaker’s series, including Andrew DeAngelo and Samantha Campos from Harborside Dispensary, the nation’s model Cannabis dispensary for the first annual Maui Cannabis Conference. This will be taking place on Saturday and Sunday, January 6-7, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa in Ka’anapali. Other speakers include Keynote speaker Senator Roz Baker, Steve Rose from Maui Hemp Institute and Jason Pinsky, the producer of Viceland show, Bong Appetite.

The conference will be promoting cannabis awareness and education regarding the health benefits of medical marijuana, as well as offering networking opportunities for cannabis industry leaders. This two day event will feature a speaker series, exhibition and vending hall, Maui Wowie VIP Party and Mobile Clinic, where guests can make an appointment with a physician to find out if they qualify for a 329 Hawaii State Medical Cannabis License. Maui Cannabis Conference is also excited to announce that they have created media partnerships with Cannabis Club TV Network, Maui Times Weekly, Sensi Magazine and none other than Edibles Magazine for the first annual Maui Cannabis Conference.

Maui Cannabis Conference would like to thank their Platinum Sponsor, FlavRX, as well as their Gold Sponsors, Jerome Baker Designs and Elevated Agency. Maui Cannabis Conference will be open to the public and a 329 medical cannabis license is NOT required for entrance. Tickets to the event will cost $20 each day, $35 for the both days of education, $50 VIP tickets or $75 for an all access pass. This is a deal in paradise and for those in snowbound chilly states, consider coming to Maui In 2018 to learn more about the cannabis industry and Aloha! For more information, please visit the website: www.mauicannabisconference.com or email info@mauicannabisconference.com.

Keiko Beatie

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