OAKLAND, Calif., Feb. 4, 2016 /Weed Wire/ — More than a million visitors are heading to the Bay Area to participate in Super Bowl 50 festivities and Harborside Health Center, the area’s largest cannabis dispensary, is game-ready. Starting at 10 a.m. this Friday, Harborside, with locations in Oakland and San Jose, will offer incredible deals on some of their best products as a part of a Big Bowl Weekend promotion, including $150 ounces (regularly $240-$295) and 25% off all Korova Edibles and Sublime Vape Cartridges. Big Bowl deals are available through 8 p.m. on Sunday, while supplies last.
Learn more at www.harborsidehealthcenter.com/BigBowl
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About Steve DeAngelo and Harborside Health Center:
“Harborside Health Center, a nonprofit medical marijuana dispensary with locations in Oakland and San Jose, California, is looked upon as a model of how others could operate.” – The New York Times
Founded in 2006 by Steve DeAngelo, Harborside Health Center is the most respected and largest medical cannabis dispensary in the United States. Harborside has over 200,000 registered patients and was first in the nation to support education for seniors, veterans and families with severely ill children; first in the country to offer CBD-rich medicine, and the first to treat children with Dravet syndrome. Harborside continues to set an example of diversity and compliance, and is one of the prime advocates of diversity, sustainability and economic justice in the industry.
DeAngelo also co-founded the nation’s first cannabis-testing facility, Steep Hill Labs, and the country’s first cannabis investment and research firm, The ArcView Group. In his debut book, “The Cannabis Manifesto: A New Paradigm for Wellness,” Willie L. Brown, Jr., 41st mayor of San Francisco, calls DeAngelo, “the father of the legal cannabis industry.” DeAngelo was named “gatekeeper” of the marijuana industry in 2015 by the International Business Times and one of the most influential people in the cannabis industry in 2014 by the Cannabis Business Executive.