WA: Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn Talks About I-502 And The Legal Marijuana Industry

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    Join In On The Discussion with Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn: I-502 About The Legal Marijuana Industry


    The National Cannabis Industry Association’s first Educational Series event in Washington State will feature a presentation and Q&A session with Mayor McGinn about what I-502 implementation means for the existing legal medical cannabis industry.

    Please register and save the date for the NCIA's first Educational Series event in Washington this is a unique opportunity to learn about the most important issues for Washington’s cannabusiness professionals and to connect with your colleagues -- all while supporting NCIA's efforts to change federal law.

    Event Details

    Discussion with Mayor Mike McGinn: I-502 and the legal cannabis industry
    An NCIA Educational Series event
    Washington Athletic Club
    Monday, January 28, 2013
    1325 6th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101
    Doors: 6:30pm
    Discussion and Q&A: 7:00-8:30pm
    Networking reception: 8:30-10:00pm


    NCIA members receive two complimentary tickets to Educational Series events. Required donation for non-members is $40 in advance or $50 at the door. Admission includes heavy appetizers and access to the discussion.

    *Note: Questions for speakers must be provided in advance by submitting a written question at the event or by emailing us ahead of time.*

    We are seeking sponsorships from businesses looking to promote their brand while financially supporting the event. Sponsorship cost is as low as $250 for member businesses and $350 for others. All sponsorships include a display table and recognition at the event. Contact us for more information.

    All ticket and sponsorship proceeds support the work of the National Cannabis Industry Association, the nation's only trade association working to defend and advance the interests of legitimate cannabis businesses in Washington, D.C.

    Required donation for non-members is $40 in advance or $50 at the door. Admission includes heavy appetizers and access to the panel.

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