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Maine has been another state unfortunately affected by the long road to marijuana legalization, but the state has managed to come out victorious and celebrate the new legislation.
Weed was legalized for recreational sale/use in Maine back in 2016; however, the state had to wait until Oct. 9, 2020, to officially begin sales. A frustrating venture, but one that’s more than worth it in the end.
In 2020 alone, Maine generated about $111 million in medical sales. Currently, there are 37 dispensaries (recreation & medical) in Portland and surrounding areas. Now, NECANN is celebrating the progress made so far with their latest Portland event.
NECANN invites you to the Maine Cannabis Convention on Oct. 16. The gathering holds some of Maine’s top cannabis and hemp businesses and strives to educate guests from cultivation to accounting. There are many exhibitors who display various products and services to help guests get a better understanding of the cannabis industry at large.
If you’re looking to dive into the industry for yourself, your business, or any other reason, this is the convention for you.
Buy tickets here.
Date: Oct, 16 – 17, 2021
Time: Oct. 16: 10:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. & Oct. 17: 10:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.
Location: Portland Sports Complex, 512 Warren Ave, Portland, ME.
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