All American Cannabis Club (A2C2) to Host BBQ in Honor of the Global Marijuana March

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The San Jose medical cannabis collective hosting barbeque in honor of the worldwide rally.

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A2C2 is celebrating the Global Marijuana March with a barbeque on Saturday May 7th.

Come hang out and find out what’s next for medical cannabis in San Jose.

The All American Cannabis Club (A2C2), a San Jose medical cannabis collective, is hosting a celebration Saturday, May 7th starting at 1 pm to honor the Global Marijuana March, also known as the Million Marijuana March (MMM). The event, which will be held at 1082 Stockton Avenue in San Jose, will feature a free barbeque with meat and vegetarian options and a raffle.

GMM is an annual rally held globally comprised of cannabis-related events such as marches, meetings, rallies, raves, concerts, festivals and information tables. Since its inception in 1999, more than 600 cities around the world have participated.

Although there will not be a march in San Jose, members of the San Jose medical cannabis community, are invited to attend the barbeque at A2C2 and learn more about the latest happenings with medical cannabis in San Jose, including the city’s agenda, possible shutdowns, and how members can help the cause.

“Come hang out and find out what’s next for medical cannabis in San Jose,” says Dave Hodges, founder of the All American Cannabis Club (A2C2).

For more information about A2C2, or any of A2C2’s products or services, call them at (408) 217-0339 or visit them on the web at

About All American Cannabis Club (A2C2)
All American Cannabis Club (A2C2) is a San Jose medical marijuana collective that specializes in flowers, concentrates, and edibles. A2C2 serves the entire San Francisco Bay Area and will deliver within San Jose. A2C2, formerly SJCBC – the San Jose Cannabis Buyers Collective, was the first cannabis collective in San Jose, and is located at 1082 Stockton Avenue, San Jose, CA 95110.

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