This is not a how-to book. But for those readers who are entertaining the idea of making a million dollars in the cannabis industry, they will find recipes for success hidden between the chapters.
Gualala, CA (PRWEB) July 29, 2014
Marijuana legalization is a debate that continues to rage on. For many, it’s a usage issue – why shouldn't we be able to use it? But one man believes the real question remains – why shouldn’t we be able to grow it?
According to the Pew Research Center, 54% of Americans believe the drug should be made legal. Chuck Allen, a cannabis entrepreneur and new author, is a part of this majority.
In his new book “Secrets of the Cannabis Industry”, Allen provides an insider’s perspective on the lives of entrepreneurs involved in the one of the world’s most lucrative-but-controversial industries – the cannabis industry – sharing the secrets of how they became independent and financially successful. The book further aims at eliminating the social and political taboo against what the author considers to be a plant with tremendous medical and financial benefits, and follows men and women who risk their family, friends, and freedom to work within such a controversial industry.
“This is not a how-to book. But for those readers who are entertaining the idea of making a million dollars in the cannabis industry, they will find recipes for success hidden between the chapters,” Allen said.
Allen examines the subculture of entrepreneurs whose work is contributing to the economy and benefiting the communities in which the entrepreneurs live.
For more information, visit http://www.secretsofthecannabisindustry.com.
Secrets of the Cannabis Industry
By Chuck Allen
Available in softcover, hardcover
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and iUniverse
About the author
Chuck Allen Jr. was born in Dallas, Texas, in 1946 and grew up at a time of great social change. He was a successful business manager, real estate agent, and published author. Allen is retired and lives with his wife in Northern California, close to their children and grandchildren.
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