Tickets Are Still Available For The Oregon Medical Marijuana Business Conference
The Oregon Medical Marijuana Business Conference starts tomorrow. The last I heard tickets were still available, but that the event was close to selling out. You can get tickets at the door (if they are available), but they will be more expensive. You can save $100 by signing up by midnight tonight. Per Marijuana Politics:
It is understandable that ticket sales for the Oregon Medical Marijuana Business Conference (OMMBC) have been brisk as the state is about to start recreational sales to adults on October 1st through existing medical cannabis dispensaries and the latest draft rules to the state Rules Advisory Committee for the 2016 full recreational system have just been released. You can get tickets now at www.ommbc.com. If you do so by midnight this Friday, you will save yourself $100.
OMMBC presenters will provide the latest information on both medical and recreational systems, both locally and statewide. Oregon State Representative Ann Lininger and Senator Floyd Prozanski will be on hand to provide a recap of past legislation as well as a preview of potential future legislation. With Congressman Blumenauer providing a federal update, the OMMBC provided cannabis entrepreneurs and those wanting to join the industry, all of the info needed to be successful in the burgeoning Oregon marijuana market. And with fun, networking events including music and comedy, the OMMBC is the premiere Oregon marijuana conference and attendees are sure to get their moneys worth.
TWB writer Jen Hudyma will be there to cover the event for The Weed Blog, so if you see her, make sure to say hello and tell her how wonderful she is. I made it to the last OMMBC, which was held in Eugene, and it was fantastic. I can’t even imagine how electric the event is going to be this time around since recreational marijuana sales are going to begin in just a few weeks. There is a lot going on in the Oregon cannabis world, and there is no better place to get up to date, and to network, than the OMMBC. Get tickets while they last!