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Charlo Greene Announces Partnership with Crop King Seeds for Canadian Cannabis Diversity Summit

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DENVER (August 31, 2016) – Go GREENE, the organizer of the international Cannabis Diversity Summit series, today announced that Crop King Seeds is officially partnering with the organization to bring the diversity outreach event to Vancouver for the Canadian Cannabis Diversity Summit. Taking place September 16, 2016 at Marc Emery’s Cannabis Culture Lounge (307 W Hastings St BC V6B 1H6), the Canadian Cannabis Diversity Summit will bring together cannabis advocates, industry leaders and community members from diverse backgrounds for an evening of education, networking and empowerment.

Go GREENE founder and executive director Charlo Greene said, “The Cannabis Diversity Summit series is thrilled to welcome Crop King Seeds as the presenting sponsor of the Vancouver leg of the international tour. As one of the world’s most recognizable cannabis brands in the world, it’s commendable that Crop King Seeds is demonstrating their commitment to social justice and community re-empowerment by sponsoring this event.”
The Cannabis Diversity Summit is an empowering, one-night event that offers people in the communities hit hardest by cannabis prohibition the opportunity to connect with the people and information they need to benefit from the advancing world of cannabis. Doctors, business leaders and advocates from across the globe all come together to offer their knowledge and experiences free of charge.
Tickets for the free Canadian Cannabis Diversity Summit are available now at canadiancannabisdiversitysummit.eventbrite.com. Find more information, pictures and video clips from past Cannabis Diversity Summits at CannabisDiversitySummit.com.
G.rass R.oots E.volution through E.ducation N.etworking and E.mpowerment Go GREENE is a socially conscious organization that was created to cultivate diversity, unity and opportunity in cannabis to help heal the communitites harmed by prohibition most.
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