Cannabis Business Tours takes its first tour of business executives to the opening of the first licensed cannabis shops in history.

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Cannabis Business Tours takes chief business executives on a historical tour of the opening of the first retail pot shops in American history.

"This tour will be a chance to experience the history of this movement as we live it," states President Chloe Villano.

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Clover Leaf Consulting a Denver based cannabis business firm launches their executive tour division "Cannabis Business Tours." The exclusive and executive cannabis business tour service will offer elite tours for business professionals. "This will be a chance to experience the history of this movement as we live it," states industry expert and Clover Leaf President Chloe Villano. This will be an executive business service, meeting the who's who of cannabis, exclusive tours of the states premier cultivation facilities, exclusive bed and breakfast mansion lodging, private cannabis sampling gatherings, high end catered parties, and the chance to experience history. There will also be private introductions to some of the most successful cannabis business owners, and the opportunity to sample an assortment of cannabis products and inventions not yet available to the general market.

The company's launch tour is scheduled the morning of January 1, 2014 at 7 am and will commence at the opening of the first retail marijuana store in history. The tour will consist of famous industry business executives and major national journalists who have traveled great distances to purchase marijuana from the first licensed pot shops in history. The stores can sell to any adult 21 years of age or older. A total of 26 municipalities have approved retail cannabis businesses to open and operate. The state's Marijuana Enforcement Division located in the Department of Revenue has issued 346 total recreational licenses however the centers opening day is pending local approval.

Retail cannabis business sales in Colorado are estimated to be worth $200 to $400 Million in 2014. Forbes states that 665,000 Coloradans will use legal marijuana in 2014. These are the numbers for legal cannabis consumers not including black market sales. Forbes also stated that the average user will smoke about 3.53 ounces in 2014 which puts anticipated consumption at 2.3 million ounces for 2014. This is not including the medical marijuana sales that will still occur.

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