International Cannabis Business Conference Tickets About to Go Up!

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The time has come again for the event of the season – The International Cannabis Business Conference (ICBC) is San Francisco is just around the corner on February 17th!

SO PURCHASE TICKETS NOW BECAUSE PRICES WILL INCREASE TOMORROW!

This year, activist, musician, actor, and humanitarian Henry Rollins joins the line-up as ICBC’s Keynote Speaker, along with four-time NBA champion John Salley, who will perform a live celebrity interview onstage. John Salley will also attend the exclusive ICBC After Party at Pier 23 starting at 9 pm on February 17th – free for ICBC tickets holders only!

For those who purchase the ICBC all-inclusive ticket, you’ll have a chance to meet Henry Rollins and John Sally, along with California Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom and legendary cannabis crusader Tommy Chong, at a special VIP All-Star Reception on February 16th from 6-8 pm at the Hilton Union Square. Music will be provided by DJ Domino of the Hieroglyphics. Only about 20 tickets are left until the VIP event is sold out so you’ll wanna act fast!

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to be a part of the California cannabis industry’s networking event of the year! Experts and entrepreneurs from all angles of the cannabis community will be represented, from producers, wholesalers, and distributors to ancillary businesses, scientists and social change agents. We hope to see you there!

DON’T WAIT! TICKETS GO UP THIS WEDNESDAY AT MIDNIGHT! PURCHASE EARLY BIRD TICKETS BY FEB. 1!

This blog was originally published at www.internationalcbc.com and has been reposted here with special permission. 

Amber Iris Langston
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Amber Langston board member and deputy director of Show-Me Cannabis is an outspoken advocate for social, economic and environmental justice. Ms. Langston served as the campaign manager for Columbia, Missouri’s two successful municipal cannabis initiatives in 2004 while studying rural sociology at the University of Missouri. Amber has served as an outreach director and international liaison for Students for Sensible Drug Policy in Washington, DC, as field support for Americans for Safe Access in Oakland, CA, and as media liaison for California’s Proposition 19 to tax and regulate cannabis in November 2010.