Cannabis Science Inc (OTCMKTS:CBIS) has announced that it will be opening two grand pharmacies in California and is also planning to upgrade its existing facilities. The U.S. Company is known for developing cannabinoid-based medicines recently also declared its support to the Global Hemp Group. Reports indicate that soon after the announcement of its two Pre-ICO Pharmacies in the state of California, the company intends to declare the date for its 2018 Cannabis Science Black Tie Gala in Beverly Hills, California.
The Cannabis Science Gala is specially organized for the stakeholders and shareholders of the company and will also include the presence of strategic partners, celebrities, researchers and parties associated with company’s development and connected to cannabinoid industry.
Through the Gala event, CBIS wants to promote eradication of critical ailment and spread awareness regarding improved palliative care among the distressed as well as mainstream population. The event will provide a platform for the patients and physicians to voice out their opinions and experiences and will also focus on celebrity interests and accomplishments made by the cannabinoid industry.
The Cannabis Science Gala will include all the recreational aspects of a grand event including food and live entertainment. Businesswise, Cannabis Science is expected to make partnership announcements during the Gala. Other important announcements expected to be made at the Gala include an appreciation of CBIS for shareholders, an update on the upcoming projects and initiatives of the company especially to enlighten the stakeholders and shareholders about CBIS’s progress, and lastly the Shareholder Loyalty Gift Program to be presented by Mr. Dabney.
Cannabis Science Declares Support For Global Hemp Group
The company specializing in developing cannabinoid-based drugs recently declared its complete support for the Global Hemp Group as well as to the Hemp Farming Act of 2018. The support from CBIS came in the wake of a recent announcement by Senator Mitch McConnell to introduce the Hemp Farming Act this year. The legalization of this act will bring hemp under the category of agricultural commodity and it will be no longer a part of the list of controlled substances.