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Currently, Privateer owns Tilray, an online marijuana database; Leafly, a Canadian growing company; and Marley Natural, which is said to be on track to become the "Marlboro of marijuana." Most analysts agree that the marijuana industry is still too young ...
Benzinga · 3/9/2015
At a recent Seahawks football game in Seattle, Shy Sadis, 41, took a drag on a slim vapor pen that looked like a jet black Marlboro ... 75,000 JuJu Joints have been sold in Washington state, where marijuana is recreationally and medically legal.
The Bulletin · 1/18/2015
Country music star Willie Nelson announced plans Monday to roll out his ... Store owner Mike Stetler called Chong marijuana’s equivalent of the Marlboro Man, and when it comes to pot pitchmen, he asked, “Who better?”
The Spokesman-Review · 4/20/2015
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But the road to marijuana market legitimacy may have a few bumps before Marley Natural can count itself among the ranks of product conglomerates such as Coca-Cola and Marlboro. “The usual rules on ‘how do you build a brand?’ have to be tailored in ...
kjrh.com · 11/21/2014
While I don’t see “Big Marijuana,” like Marlboro or Budweiser, I do see the cannabis industry following in the footsteps of microbreweries and local wineries, microgroweries if you will. If you are in the cannabis industry, or thinking of joining ...
The Weed Blog · 3/14/2015
"It was unruly for them to call it weed ... as Marlboro once used the cowboy and the suspended dust of the American West. As of Tuesday the video has been viewed nearly three million times. But Kennedy sees no reason for worry. He used to think …
CNBC · 11/18/2014
A parody image of a 'Marlboro Green' joint As I wrote in AlterNet last week, America has entered a short, liminal period in which Big Tobacco cannot enter the legal weed market, due to its federal illegality. This leaves the space to regional players like ...
East Bay Express · ByDavid Downs · 6/4/2014
Country music star Willie Nelson announced plans Monday to roll out his ... Store owner Mike Stetler called Chong marijuana's equivalent of the Marlboro Man, and when it comes to pot pitchmen, he asked, "Who better?"
NBC Dallas-Fort Worth 5 · 4/20/2015