NFL players, patients, doctors, taxpayers, entrepreneurs, cultivators, media, job seekers, policy makers and other curious citizens all will gather at the Fort Worth convention center for the 2nd Annual Southwest Cannabis Conference. The event, scheduled for April 21-23, is designed to showcase the tax and regulate as well as medical side of cannabis. 2 days after the great “420” national consumption holiday.
The future of medical marijuana is about economic opportunities. Texas is the front lines of the national evolution. With Jerry Jones and Jeff Sessions acknowledging and accepting medical marijuana, the future is clear, Cannabis is here to stay as a medicine in the USA! What it looks like is up to the citizens who engage in the discussion at events like this now!
As de-criminalization of cannabis spreads across Texas, debates will continue in governing bodies about how marijuana policy will be responsibly implemented, and if and when other adult use occurs. The potentially large economic opportunities will be ones that havent been seen since the oil boom. For three days over the weekend of April 21-23rd in the Fort Worth area, American cannabis industry and national experts will discuss how to capitalize on this trend.
Texas is widely considered to be one of the most lucrative emerging cannabis markets. The Lone Star State has a burgeoning cannabis industry that’s on the cusp of becoming one of the biggest U.S. markets with Texas regulators actively issuing licenses for limited medical production.
This event features a line-up of celebrities, former pro football players, medical professionals and more, all working cohesively to bring about increased cannabis awareness.
The Conference is three packed days of cannabis information, education and networking, including a major expo with 125 exhibitors.
At a special event prior to the conference will be held on Friday April 21, join former NFL players Marvin Washington, Boo Williams, Darren Long and many more athletes and medical professionals on the discussion of cannabis and NFL, Organizers are hoping Jerry Jones comes in support. http://proathletesprocannabis.com.
(According to Pro Football Talk, Jones and the NFL’s 31 other owners held a private meeting at the Annual League Meeting in Phoenix last week, and during that private meeting, Jones told the other owners that he wants the NFL to “drop its prohibition on marijuana use.”)
Come see what the new world of cannabis will become in the foreseeable future. Even more important is to learn about this business opportunity which is still in its infant stages. Come to Fort Worth as the American cannabis industry spends a weekend in Texas to explore this emerging trend.
For additional information go to: www.SWCCExpo.com.