Seattle Pot Producer Solstice Rolling Out 12,000 Joints Ahead of Super Bowl Sunday

Solstice says the 12th Pack is filled with a special "Seahawks Blend," and hopes to make it available to Washington state's recreational pot users by next season.

WASHINGTON: A Seattle-based medical marijuana retailer is anticipating Seahawks fans will want a “super bowl” for Sunday’s big game. That’s why employees at Solstice are working to roll a staggering number of joints — 12,000 in all — for its special “12th Pack” promotion ahead of Sunday, when the Seahawks face the New England Patriots Read the full article…

12,000 Joints Rolled For Super Bowl ’12th Pack’

Solstice is rolling 12,000 joints for Super Bowl Sunday, filled with their Seahawk Blend, the loudest they've got.

WASHINGTON:  Solstice employees are working double-time to fill orders of their new 12th Pack in time for the Super Bowl. “It’s not like I go home with cramps or anything,” Katy Filippone smiled. Filippone is a pre-roll aficionado, but even for her, the joint-rolling speed inside Solstice’s production room is moving fast. She’s rolling about Read the full article…

An Interview With Women’s Cash Flow Expert Debbie Whitlock

Whitlock recently spoke at the MJBA’s Women’s Alliance ‘Power to Lead’ gathering on November 6th. There she reflected on what she has seen of the nascent marijuana industry, and urged women to seize the opportunity before them with brio – and strategic smarts.

By Blair Holt For aspiring ganga-preneurs, accountability is key. The modern day entrepreneur is often called upon to be a ‘charismatic’ – someone with a message, both bold and serene, who beams self-belief and gives good brand. But turning one’s sublime agenda into substance is a chancy ride. And many entrepreneurs start to lower their Read the full article…

Young Entrepreneur Shaping WA State's Pot Business

Alex Cooley has visions of perhaps making that list someday in a more nontraditional way.

WASHINGTON: Bill Gates made his billions with computers. Mark Zuckerberg did the same with Facebook. Alex Cooley has visions of perhaps making that list someday in a more nontraditional way. He grows marijuana.