The Oregon Marijuana Business Conference (OMBC) is coming up later this month in Ashland, Oregon. Ashland is one of the most beautiful towns in America, and is in the heart of America’s cannabis country. As I have said many times, the OMBC is part business, part policy, part entertainment, and partly an Oregon cannabis family reunion. It’s Oregon’s oldest, longest running cannabis industry event.
The OMBC has teamed up with New Approach Oregon to offer a limited time promotional code that will save OMBC-goers some cash. Whether you want to spend your saved cash on some world class Oregon cannabis or not, I will leave that decision up to you. Below is more information, via an alert sent out by New Approach Oregon this week:
The Oregon Marijuana Business Conference (OMBC) is fast approaching, bringing back its trademark blend of business, activism and entertainment to Ashland for another engaging networking and informational event November 19th at the Ashland Hills Hotel & Suites.
As usual, the OMBC will cover all aspects of the industry, from OLCC recreational regulations, medical rules, tax issues and cannabis testing regulations. State Senator Floyd Prozanski will be on hand to take questions discussing legislative developments and the future of cannabis reform at the Oregon Legislature. Cultural icon Henry Rollins will be delivering the keynote address, bringing his unique socially conscious message to OMBC attendees once again. While all of the latest pertinent information will be covered, nothing will be timelier than coverage of the medical rules as OMMP growers have to make a big decision about their grow sites by December 1st.
The OMBC always maintains a focus on activism and the need to keep the cannabis community out of prison and ensure that patients have safe access to medicine. Activists will be discussing how Oregon can help small farmers, mom-and-pop businesses and as many patients as possible.
For more information and to purchase conference tickets for $149 or all-inclusive passes that include a VIP reception with Henry Rollins on the 18th for $249, visit www.oregonmbc.com or call (888) 920-6076. Use the promo code “legalize” to purchase tickets at the discounted prices of $125 or $199. The early bird prices and discount code end on November 3rd. The OMBC usually sells out, so you’ll want to hurry.
Director, New Approach Oregon