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So what is a Canna+Bus you might ask? Well in one of coolest cities in America, Seattle, WA, they can tell you. We have all seen the transformation of limousines into luxury party busses, but the Original Canna+Bus is Seattle, Washington’s rolling 30-foot mobile lounge for your amusement and pleasure, is a game changer. Canna+Bus guided excursions take you to the epicenter of Seattle’s exploding cannabis culture. The tour provides behind the scenes access to explore Seattle’s finest licensed recreational cannabis facilities in a plush chauffeured friendly atmosphere. The tour lasts roughly 2.5 hours which includes a stop at Alki Point boasting unique local restaurants, a beautiful ocean view along with stunning views of the Olympic Mountains and downtown Seattle from all points!

The market for these luxury lounges on wheels has exploded in the last decade as savvy travelers have decided to steer clear of any interaction with the police and possible DUI. Now birthday parties, bachelor and bachelorette parties have a safe way to see the Emerald City in style and safety. Of course being in a state where recreational marijuana use is legal, the Original Canna+Bus takes patrons to new highs in luxury travel via emersion in Cannabis culture on four wheels. Just this week the Original Canna+Bus added a new perk for patrons naming Rocky Mountain High Beverages, a public company traded on the Over the Counter exchange under the ticker RMHB, as the official hemp-infused onboard beverage line. This seems to marriage made in heaven. From a recent RMHB news release these two companies met recently and have moved quickly to join forces.

Seattle’s Rocky Mountain High Society Distributor, Bret Cramm, said, “We met with Canna+Bus at the recent CannaCon Convention in February and in just a short period of time they have rocketed to becoming one of the top Rocky Mountain High retailers in the state of Washington.” Last Saturday, Rocky Mountain High Society’s Bret Cramm rode along and experienced firsthand that Seattle loves Rocky Mountain High Beverages.

So now you have two young and aggressive companies carving out market share together in a marijuana business proving ground state. Washington aims to model its success after the success of Colorado and hopes to add new twists and market niches along the way. Still in its infancy in 2014, Washington launched its second-in-the-nation legal marijuana market with just a handful of stores selling high-priced pot to long lines of customers. A year later in mid-2015, the state has about 160 shops open, tax revenues have soared past expectations and sales top $1.4 million per day. Overall in 2015, it is cited at www.theweedblog.com that marijuana sales in Washington for 2015 increased 242%. Now in 2016 the new ancillary markets have begun to emerge and take shape. A perfect example of that is The Original Canna+Bus of Seattle loaded with Rocky Mountain High Brands five hemp-based beverages that are 100% legal in every state by the way.

Stuart Smith
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