Las Vegas Dispensary Acres Cannabis Is First Dispensary To Advertise In-Flight With Major US Airline

NEVADA: One of Nevada’s top dispensaries, Acres Cannabis announces a revolutionary deal with a major U.S. airline to advertise in-flight. This marks a historic first for the Cannabis Industry in the United States.

This latest announcement continues to puff new life into the “Cannabis Experience.” Located at 2320 Western Avenue, the company has quickly become an industry disruptor, evoking the vibe of a speakeasy for a community of “high”-minded clientele. Engaging the audience, Acres has hosted local art events, breakdancing competitions, Uber bikini car washes, mustache and beard trimming, and FREE “Dopenuts” from their open view Cannabis Kitchen with any purchase over $20.

Founder and CEO John Mueller commented, “Acres recent Airline campaign creates another first for the marijuana industry, and helps propel all of us towards mainstream acceptance. Acres plans to continue to lead the industry by cultivating one of a kind cannabis experiences.”

Las Vegas currently has 55 Recreational Dispensaries to serve the 42 million visitors who travel to the city each year.

These Roadblocks Are Killing Marijuana Advertising’s Vibes

NEW YORK: Marijuana is a boon to advertising. Not only have marijuana legalization proponents utilized an effective public relations campaign to legalize the drug in Colorado and Washington – and are looking elsewhere – but now the product will also be marketed and sold where it is legal.

The sales campaigns include advertising. But advertising marijuana is running into speed bumps.

A pro marijuana legalization ad from Weedmaps, the self-described “Yelp! for pot,” was supposed to be displayed on an electronic billboard in Times Square beginning in April. But CBS asked Neutron Media to pull the ad while its legal department reviews the propriety of it. CBS has veto rights even though it does not own the billboard since its logo is on it.