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World Famous Cannabis Farmers Markets Relocates To Seattle After Tacoma Closure


world famous cannabis farmers market seattleWith significant advance press interest in the return of the popular event the World Famous Cannabis Farmers Markets, organizers of the private event for medical cannabis patients have decided to invite the media to a special availability Sunday, Oct 6th, from 11:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

The World Famous Cannabis Farmers Market was founded in 2010 by Jeremy Miller and was the first of its kind anywhere on the globe. It’s currently the largest and best attended market in the burgeoning cannabis industry and is widely regarded as being the inspiration for similar business models. The Cannabis Farmers Market was featured on G4 TV’s Attack of the Show [420 special] and will be featured on the National Geographic Channel’s Drugs Inc the same night as they re-open in Seattle [Airs Oct. 6th at 9pm]. The market has also graced the cover of several publications including High Times Magazine.

The Oct 6th event is the return of the CFM to Seattle after it Tacoma closure. Miller plans to produce the Cannabis Farmers Market in Seattle on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of every month. Patients will be allowed to consume medical cannabis on the premises in designated areas. Event attendance is free for qualifying patients and patients are required to present valid identification and their medical cannabis authorization before entering the event.

Please keep in mind that the 7 Point Studios is a private facility and press access will be restricted to the above times. Also, please respect the privacy of patients and event vendors who may be lining up on public sidewalks in advance of the event.

More information on the Cannabis Farmers Market may be found at www.cannabisfarmersmarkets.com

Date: Sunday Oct 6th, 2013
Time: 11:00am – 5:00pm
Location: 7 Points Studios 1300 S Dearborn St Seattle, WA
Admission: Free


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  1. The Millers are no friends of cannabis. On National Geographic’s “Drugs Inc.” they both said that they oppose legalization.

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