NORML To “Roll-Out” CURVED Rolling Papers

NORML CURVED Rolling Papers

The National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws, NORML, announces a new partnership with Curved Papers, Inc. to produce branded rolling papers which will be available in commercial retail stores beginning this November, just in time for holiday shopping.

Contact Michael O’Malley of Curved Papers for a free sample: momalley@curvedpapers.com

Regarding the release of the papers, NORML Outreach Director Kevin Mahmalji said, “NORML rolling papers are yet another avenue to both enjoy a product that we all appreciate and support the work that makes its consumption legal.”

At the National NORML Conference and Lobby Day in Washington D.C. this September, Curved Papers’ Michael O’Malley addressed the awards assembly, saying “we’re very proud to be associated with NORML. This commercial program will help sustain the world-changing work that NORML does to protect personal freedom and reform our nation’s marijuana laws.”

NORML rolling papers will be 1-1/4 size, 100% organic hemp papers, with Curved Papers’ easy to roll edge.

Curved Papers, Inc. is an innovation company with a new kind of rolling papers that are easy to roll. Curved Papers have a patent-pending easy to roll curved edge. Descendants of “cut corners,” the papers sport a primitive but workable solution to the classic roll-your-own problem, the catching lead corner. Curved Papers come in a number of styles that novices and experts alike adore.

You can find out more about Curved Papers at www.curvedpapers.com.

NORML’s mission is to move public opinion sufficiently to legalize the responsible use of marijuana by adults, and to serve as an advocate for consumers to assure they have access to high-quality marijuana that is safe, convenient and affordable.

More information can be found at http://norml.org/

Source: NORML press release – make a donation

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