Ojai Hosts WeedCon 2018 Cannabis Business, Education & Lifestyle Expo
OJAI, Calif., Oct. 15, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — WPI, On Friday, October 26th, the World Entrepreneurs Economic Development Conference (WeedCon) will take place at the Casa Ojai Inn in Ojai, CA. Sponsored by Ojai Greens Dispensary, LA Kush, Kushy Punch, Autumn Brands and world famous Chong’s Choice, the mission of WeedCon is business networking and product branding to cannabis companies of all sizes. WeedCon 2018 will offer exhibitors, live music and education speakers during the one day event. “We purchased the entire hotel and we have onsite rooms available,” says WeedCon founder, John Williams.
With speakers including CannaBusiness with Michael Miller, Stacy Shemansky and Dr. David Bearman, WeedCon is focused on education. “This industry is exploding because of the cancer cure and health benefits and I am bringing some of the most successful companies and individuals here to teach us about it,” says Mr. Williams. “In the evening the music begins for a concert fundraiser supporting local orphans, foster and homeless children’s education programs for nonprofit, Safety Harbor Kids.” To learn more visit www.weedcon2018.com
In addition to a five course pairing dinner with the Herbal Chef Chris Sayegh, WeedCon will include music by Shaky Feelin, Groove Session, After the Smoke, California Cowgirl Olivia Pierce and Asante Fleming. There will be door prizes, food, drinks and a VIP Lounge and exhibitors will include Flow Kana, Sol Spirit Farm, Brass Knuckles OG, BR Merchant Solutions, High Times, Nugg, Big Pete’s Treats, Heavy Hitters, Vet CBD, Papa&Barkley, Refined Hydrocarbon Solutions, Pure Vape, Botanical Veterinary Solutions, Smojo Permanent Smoking Screen, Mary Jane Services Network, Punch Edibles, Cali Kush, Kiva, Marys Medicinals, Canndescent, Plus Products and Los Angeles Kush.
The event is not open to the public. Within Ojai City limits no person may smoke or ingest cannabis in any public place or in any location where smoking tobacco is prohibited. The event will not be open to, or within, public view and it is a 21 and over event.
With projected growth from 5 billion to 50 billion in the next five years, the cannabis industry is creating opportunities in medicine, real estate, retail, manufacturing and other industries. “My real estate values went up 50% since cannabis farmers came to town,” says one Santa Barbara resident. “I’m happy.”
Cannabis is also putting smiles on people’s faces who use the non-psychoactive CBD products which help various ailments including insomnia, nervousness, pain caused by inflammation, chemotherapy and even cancer.
SOURCE World Entrepreneurs Economic Development Conference
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