MMJ America, growing the cannabis industry the Colorado way

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DENVER -- With new shops, a 50,000 square foot greenhouse grow, one of the first multi-state license for a store in Las Vegas, and strategic business deals  with other companies, MMJ America is a natural choice to be the presenting sponsor for the High Times Cannabis Cup Tour stop in Mile High, over the 4/20 weekend.

“We have won the Cannabis Cup in five different categories, the magazine and the public know the quality of our strains and the pride we take in growing our product,” said CEO Jake Salazar. “When our new greenhouse grows in Denver and Las Vegas go on-line, we will be changing the future of the industry.”

While picking up a new facility in Breckenridge, another one at Sheridan and I-70, the company has been re-tooling  existing dispensaries just in time for the huge 4/20 celebration coming to Denver.

The three days of understanding will be held at the Merchandise Mart on 58th and I-25.

Doors will open on Saturday, April 18 … the show to run through Monday, which happens to be 4/20. 700 vendors will show off their best strains and this year the Cannabis Freedom Trail event will invite attendees to visit and sample products from participating pot shops, choose the best and vote on them Sunday. The most votes wins the People’s Cup.

While hosting the event, which also includes concerts with Snoop Dogg, Nas, 2 Chainz and others, at Fiddler’s Green and Red Rocks, MMJ America will also be displaying the top-pot in their 120 strain catalogue.