Platinum Highlife Tours: Luxury Travel For 6.7 Billon Cannabis Market

Pot Tourism Riding High

FLORIDA: ML Capital Group,  has announced the launch of Platinum High Life Tours, a luxury tour operator serving the burgeoning $6.7 billion global cannabis market. Today’s announcement comes just 10 days after the Company announced a strategic acquisition to take a 25% interest in  Colorado Highlife Tours, with the option of acquiring an additional 24% percent stake in Read the full article…

Sponsors Announced For Denver 420 Fest and Inaugural Cannabis Tour

Denver 420 Fest announces new sponsors lineup

COLORADO: ML Capital Group, together with Spanish Peaks ScrumpDelicacies and Puration, Inc., have announced its official sponsorship of the Denver 420 Fest 2017. The annual 4/20 celebration sees thousands of visitors celebrate cannabis legalization while enjoying A-List celebrity appearances and performances.  The event reaches an additional audience numbering in the millions via online exposure through both commercial internet Read the full article…

Recent Recreational And Legal Marijuana Expansions Boost Cannabis Related Travel Experiences

One of the fastest growing sectors in leisure travel appears to be the legal cannabis industry

FLORIDA: Cannabis companies are capitalizing on the overwhelming growth and demand throughout the industry, creating unique services and products that are producing significant revenue streams. One of the fastest growing sectors in leisure travel appears to be the legal cannabis industry that targets individuals who want to learn more about potential investment opportunities in the cannabis Read the full article…

Want Proof of Marijuana’s Positive Economic Impact? Here You Go!

But, a few years from now, we may be discussing 2016 as the year marijuana dominated national- and state-level debates.

COLORADO: The upcoming national elections in 2016 are going to feature a plethora of keynote issues. National security, job and wage growth, and immigration are all hot button issues set to take center stage. But, a few years from now, we may be discussing 2016 as the year marijuana dominated national- and state-level debates. The marijuana Read the full article…

Colorado Tourism Survey Shows Legal Pot’s Influence

“I think it is rearing its head as a significant travel and tourism amenity for visitors coming to Colorado,” said Al White, who retired as boss of the Colorado Tourism Office in August and now serves on the board of a cannabis tourism company.

COLORADO: Marijuana businesses have long proclaimed that cannabis is drawing visitors to Colorado. Now they have proof. A study commissioned by the Colorado Tourism Office and presented to the office’s board of directors on Wednesday shows legal weed as a growing motivator for trips to Colorado — conflicting with the mantra of tourism officials statewide that Read the full article…

Flandreau Sioux Put Marijuana Resort On Hold

The tribe will continue to consult with the federal and state government and hopes to be granted parity with states that have legalized marijuana

SOUTH DAKOTA: The Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe is temporarily suspending its marijuana cultivation and distributing facilities and is destroying its existing crop as leaders seek clarification on regulations from the federal government, according to the tribe’s lawyer. Seth Pearman said the suspension is pivotal to the continued success of the marijuana venture and that tribal leadership is confident that Read the full article…

Traveling This Summer? Here’s A Map Of The Strictest And Most Lenient States For Marijuana Possession

Turns out that some of the so-called “pot-friendly states” aren’t as lenient as we thought.

If you plan on doing a little traveling this summer and part of your trip will involve bringing along your stash of weed let this map and the graphic below be your “How-To Guide” for traveling with marijuana. A quick at-a-glance… — Weed may be legal in Colorado, but carrying more than 8 ounces of it Read the full article…

Pot Tourism Blazes Way For Marijuana Hotels

In states where recreational marijuana use has been legalized, pot tourism has become a major source of revenue, and eager entrepreneurs are looking to fill the void for pot-friendly hotels with their own offerings.

COLORADO:  For stoners looking for a weekend of pampering, the Four Seasons isn’t an option – marijuana legislation allows for the possession and use of marijuana, just not in a public place. In states like Colorado and Washington where recreational marijuana use has been legalized, pot tourism has become a major source of revenue, and Read the full article…

Colorado Resort Towns Worry Legal Pot May Hurt Tourism Image

The influx of shoppers — and camera crews that have become frequent sights as they work on pot-themed news stories and documentaries — has prompted a lively debate among residents about how pot is changing their resorts.

COLORADO:  Business is booming in Colorado’s mountain resorts, and the addition of recreational marijuana stores this year has attracted customers curious about legalized pot. But there’s mounting anxiety that ski towns have embraced stoner culture a little too much, potentially damaging the state’s tourism brand. That worry flared up in two resort towns last week. Read the full article…

Conductor: Pot-Sponsored Concert At Red Rocks Will Be ‘Very Imaginative

This Saturday, the full orchestra heads to Red Rocks Amphitheatre for another performance sponsored by marijuana-related companies. This time the audience will be thousands, rather than hundreds, of fans.

COLORADO: The Colorado Symphony’s “Classically Cannabis” concerts made international headlines earlier this year when the orchestra partnered with marijuana-related sponsors. The invitation-only events featured small-ensemble performances where audiences could consume marijuana on a private patio. This Saturday, the full orchestra heads to Red Rocks Amphitheatre for another performance sponsored by marijuana-related companies. This time the audience will be thousands, rather than Read the full article…