Wake-and-bake breakfasts, edible marijuana cooking classes, and pot-fueled pontoon trips: just a few ways a hospitality company plans to cater to the cannabis-loving crowd of grown-up campers.
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A maker of cannabis products has unveiled its newest creation: a tonic meant to mellow out marijuana users who get too high.
Finding Colorado a fertile place for expansion, a marijuana shop is planting roots in several new locations with no intention of slowing down.
With state regulations on marijuana sales loosened late last year, growers and sellers are joining an locally based online exchange for wholesale pot.
From “wake-and-bake” breakfasts to 4:20 p.m. happy hours, a Colfax inn caters to the marijuana tourism industry. And after a successful year in business, the operators are moving to buy the property and expand the concept.
Brian Ruden, local celebrity of the marijuana industry, has plans to expand his business’ reach with two new locations in Pueblo and Adams County.
A recreational marijuana retailer is adding a larger location in Aurora and is also looking to increase its store and warehouse space back in Denver.
A Denver company that builds marijuana greenhouses is branching out to Illinois and has set its sights on Massachusetts.