DENVER (December 22, 2017) — Holiday time is also the season of giving and many turn their thoughts toward supporting those in need. Cannabis Business Alliance (CBA) members work to support the communities they operate in by partnering with worthy causes. Collectively, CBA prioritizes community outreach, and this is especially true during the season of giving. Included are some of the important programs supported by CBA members.
CBA members have witnessed first-hand the positive impact that Colorado’s cannabis industry has had on Colorado. With the New Year approaching, the CBA encourages every cannabis business owner to develop a Corporate Social Responsibility program that supports causes that are meaningful to their company’s mission and values.
For more information or to schedule an interview, please contact Shawna McGregor at 917-971-7852 or [email protected].
About the Cannabis Business Alliance (CBA)
The Cannabis Business Alliance (CBA) encourages sensible policies that stimulate economic development and consumer transparency for the medical and retail marijuana industry. CBA promotes best business practices through advising and communicating with its members and other industry representatives, thereby invigorating the communities we serve. CBA also supports education and safety to further protect employees and purchasers within regulated marijuana commerce. For more information, visit www.cannabisalliance.org. Follow us on Facebook.
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