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Let’s be blunt: What attractions would you like featured at a cannabis tourist site?




People chat at a cannabis lollipop stand during the Cannabis and Hemp fair.
People chat at a cannabis lollipop stand during the Cannabis and Hemp fair.
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The Arizona-based cannabis product maker, American Green Inc., just bought a small town in San Bernardino County for a cool $5 million.

Why, you ask? The company plans to use the 150 acre city of Nipton, California to create a marijuana-friendly tourist site. As reported by Bloomberg News, features for the site will include offering cannabis-infused water, pot product retail stores and edibles for patrons. American Green’s 18 month, $1.5 million development plan is a unique strategy in expanding its recreational pot customer base. And as businesses acclimate California’s new market for recreational pot, this could be the first of many innovative ways to market to potential customers, especially those who don’t usually partake.

In light of an upcoming “pot town,” AirTalk is opening up the phones to hear what you would want in a cannabis tourist site. Super-slow roller coasters? A Northern Lights display? Deep fried everything? We want your ideas. Call us at 866-583-5722.