DENVER, March 29, 2016 /Weed Wire/ — The Denver Annual 420 Rally, one of the largest cultural and political events dedicated to cannabis in the country, is pleased to announce that Wiz Khalifa and Lil Wayne will be headlining a free music festival at Civic Center Park in downtown Denver on April 16, 2016.
The event is being presented by Colorado Marijuana Company, Sweet Leaf, and MassRoots (OTCQB:MSRT), one of the largest technology platforms for cannabis consumers with more than 775,000 users.
“We could not be more excited to welcome Lil Wayne and Wiz Khalifa, two of the most accomplished artists in the country, to our celebration of the culture and legalization of cannabis,” stated President of the 420 Rally Non-Profit Organization Miguel Lopez. “Last year, the Denver Post estimated more than 125,000 people attended our gathering; this year, we intend to exceed that and help raise awareness of some of the most pressing political issues facing Colorado and our country as a whole.”
“On behalf of cannabis enthusiasts worldwide, I’d like to thank MassRoots and Santino Walter Productions for utilizing their networks and resources to produce the largest free cultural event in the world during the 420 holidays,” stated Lopez. “And this event would not have been possible without our licensed cannabis partners, Sweet Leaf and Colorado Marijuana Company. We cannot be more excited for these next few weeks.”
To register for free tickets and MassRoots All Access Passes, please visit 420Rally.co or any of the 6 Denver Sweet Leaf locations.
About the Denver Annual 420 Rally
The Denver Annual 420 Rally is a non-profit organization dedicated towards building an inclusive, engaged community that promotes equality in economic justice, access to fair housing, improved education, and greater police accountability and professionalism. For more information, please visit our website.
MassRoots (OTCQB:MSRT) is one of the largest and most active technology platforms for cannabis consumers, businesses and activists with over 775,000 users. It is proud to be affiliated with the leading organizations in the cannabis industry, including the ArcView Group and National Cannabis Industry Association. MassRoots has been covered by Fox Business, CNBC, Fortune, MarketWatch, Cannabist and the New York Times. For more information, please visit Corporate.MassRoots.com.
About Sweet Leaf
Sweet Leaf is a Denver marijuana company dedicated to serving sweet strains to fierce patients daily. Cannabis is not only powerful, it is the ultimate survivor. With the help of cannabis, we can attack our days with fierce confidence and achieve sweet success. Living the Leaf Life is all about resilience and pushing the limits of possibilities. Come say high at one of our 6 locations!
About Colorado Marijuana Company, LLC
Colorado Marijuana Company, LLC (“CMC”) is the brainchild of two of Colorado’s foremost marijuana leaders; Santino Walter and Robert J. Corry, Jr., Esq. These men, who can be credited in part with founding Colorado’s industry, have developed an effective and legal paradigm for investment from inside and outside of Colorado to participate in this exciting new space.
Santino Walter, President of CMC, has taken to high profitability numerous Colorado retailers both inside and outside of the marijuana industry, including as President and CEO of numerous large regulated marijuana entities. Santino brings with him Mr. Corry, CMC’s Vice President and General Counsel, a Stanford Law School graduate who 5280 Magazine named as one of Denver’s 50 Top Powerbrokers and who The National Law Journal named as one of “America’s Top 40 Lawyers Under 40.” Mr. Corry formerly served as Counsel to the U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary Committee, has successfully litigated precedent-setting litigation that paved the way for Colorado’s industry. Mr. Corry assisted in the drafting of Amendment 64, now codified in Colorado’s Constitution.
CMC is now currently offering strategic opportunities for acquisition and/or involvement with presently-licensed and actively-operating marijuana entities. For more information, please email Rob Corry at [email protected].