Tampa, Florida (PRWEB) March 27, 2014
Florida Cannabis Coalition announced today a special daylong business and career event at The Cuban Club in Tampa, FL on Saturday, April 26, 2014. Floridians will vote to legalize medical marijuana this November by voting YES on Amendment 2. With over 80% support, the amendment is expected to pass.
The event is aimed at anyone looking to find and establish their position early-on in what is expected to be America’s second largest state medical marijuana economy in just it’s first year. Attendees will enjoy a mix of learning, entertainment, and expert guest speakers, along with the opportunity to make real connections with investors and other like-minded professionals.
“We believe in medical cannabis. In the proven good it can do to ease needless pain and suffering, as well as the wide-ranging proven economic benefits of a legal cannabis industry,” said Thomas Quigley, Founder & CEO Florida Cannabis Coalition. “Jobs will be created. New businesses will be born. All as we help people live better lives and make the world a better place. With laws changing and opportunities growing rapidly, I can’t think of a better business to be in, or a better time to be in it, than this one right now.”
Event attendees with have the opportunity to:
“This is not a ‘cannabis school’ or one-off seminar,” added Quigley. “We are a network of strategic business partners right here in Florida dedicated to helping patients access the best care and bringing the business of cannabis into the 21st century.”
Guest speakers will be announced in the coming weeks. Tickets are available at FloridaCannabisCoalition.com or by clicking the following link for $299. Coalition members enjoy FREE admission. To learn more about joining the coalition and about what medical cannabis opportunities might be right for you please visit http://www.FloridaCannabisCoalition.com.
In addition to the Florida Cannabis Coalition, Thomas Quigley is also the founder of Be Kind Be Nice, a non-profit organization aiming to provide financial hardship patients with discounted and gratis medication through donations. Quigley is also a member of The ArcView Group, a private marijuana investment and market research firm based in Colorado. He is the founder of Krush Communications and holds several telecommunications patents. Mr. Quigley is available to speak with members of the press.
“We have travelled the country talking to the top experts, touring facilities, gathering the most current data on federal and state cannabis laws, tax codes, regulations and successful business models. All the same info Florida legislators will review when drafting state and local medical cannabis laws,” added Quigley. “There has never been such widespread popular, political and economic support for the reformation of marijuana laws. It’s all happening very rapidly. The time to get in is now.”
Florida Cannabis Coalition is dedicated to helping Florida patients, business owners, entrepreneurs and job seekers, benefit from the passage from the coming legalization of medical marijuana. Learn more at http://www.FloridaCannabisCoalition.com.