The "Green Rush" is coming soon to a store, and office building, near you!
The use of cannabis in the world today is the topic of serious conversation for those that can avoid the giggling and the puns. Cable news shows and local affiliates across the nation covering the laws that make recreational cannabis legal could not help themselves, which Jon Stewart pointed out, leads to a very marginalized conversation.
The trivialization of cannabis does not stop just with news pundits, unfortunately, including Colorado's own Governor Hickenlooper, who opposed Amendment 64 originally, urged users to not, "break out the Cheetos."
It is clear that most attempts of having a decent conversation in the public sphere has been laughed out of the room, even though polls find majority support for the legalization of cannabis. Reaction to this from the community of recreation and medicinal cannabis advocates must now rely on the voice of the markets to not just convince the rest of the public, but to show that they mean business. Federalist-based laws have convinced marketing agencies, such as Google, to not advertise for the legal cannabis industry.
Since multi-national and national marketing agencies could not advertise for a growing industry, the THC Media Group has come forward, offering, "Top-shelf online marketing for the cannabis industry." This service allows businesses tools to improve their outreach, establish themselves in social media, and even receive the market ROI.
With vital companies establishing themselves specifically for this growing industry, there could be a larger future for the cannabis industry, if done properly. Ultimately, this industry could revolutionize big-business in a whole new way, and it all starts at the local level, and created in the urgent need for competition in the markets. This could bring a new wave of businesses here in Denver, where many white-collar firms already exist.