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Event Begins This Saturday Night

The Oregon Marijuana Business Conference (OMBC) is bringing back its trademark blend of cannabis business, activism and culture to Ashland for another information-filled conference on November 19th at the Ashland Hills Hotel & Suites. This will mark the OMBC’s fourth event in Ashland after three sold-out successful conferences.


With Oregon Medical Marijuana Program growers, processors and retailers forced to notify the Oregon Health Authority about their intentions to stay medical or move into the recreational market by December 1st, the OMBC is returning to Ashland at an important time. With Southern Oregon an important hub for some of the finest sustainable, outdoor cannabis in the world, Ashland is a perfect spot for the cannabis community to convene. The state’s top cannabis business event will actually kick off on Saturday, the evening of the 18th, with a special VIP party that will include cultural icon Henry Rollins, as well as many other prominent speakers.


The OMBC will cover Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) recreational regulations, medical laws, technology and branding, taxes, and testing regulations. State Senator Floyd Prozanski will discuss legislative developments and take part in an onstage interview that will provide attendees with an important opportunity to be heard. OLCC regulators will also be presenting and answering questions from the audience. Henry Rollins will be delivering the keynote address, bringing his unique, socially-conscious message to Ashland.

Ticket prices are about to increase again, so don’t hesitate any longer! This event usually sells out – and hey, why wouldn’t it? Regular conference tickets are $199 or $299 for VIP passes. Prices increase $100 at midnight tomorrow, so go online now to reserve your spot!

Source: Oregon Marijuana Business Conference

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