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With a medical program launching in 2008, the people of Michigan had a jump start in learning about the health benefits of cannabis. Growers had time to perfect their craft.

And by the time recreational sales started on December 1, 2019, you had an educated consumer base who could buy some of the best cannabis in the country.
Michigan smashed it out of the park in its first year of recreational sales, with almost $440 million spent – more than both Nevada ($425 million) and Massachusetts ($420 million).

I visited Michigan in November because I wanted to see this boom for myself, which led me to one startup in particular that is accounting for 12% of all the sales in this state.

You got a look inside its growing facility just yesterday.

I was impressed with everything I saw, but there’s a cherry on top of all of this.

The Godfather of Cannabis himself also saw the moneymaking potential behind this startup, and he’s thrown his full support behind it as their Executive Chairman.

I want to tell you more about that today…

Now that you have the inside track on this exciting opportunity, you can access my conversation with Bruce for the rest of the moneymaking details.

That’s also where you’ll find out how you can claim the unique investor passcode you’ll need to get in on this deal before the investment round is closed.

It’s all right here.

Take care,

Don Yocham
Executive Director, National Institute for Cannabis Investors


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4 responses to “With This Michigan Cannabis Startup, You Can Invest Right Alongside the Godfather of Cannabis”

  1. Hi Don, with the merger of Aphria and Tilray, I held on too my Tilray shares and sold 1/3 of my position on my Aphria shares for a $200.00 profit. It’s been said that Aphria shareholders will receive a fractional share of Tilray stock for every share they own in Aphria stock. I decided to take a cash profit and sit back and see how this merger plays out.

  2. I’m an entrepreneur with startup cannabis LLC, that awards approximately 75%, of net proceeds to the growers and provides business homes to qualified producers as we expand.

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