In Celebration of 4/20, The Marijuana Show Launches "Light It Up" Album to help Fund Cannabis Nonprofits: NCIA and CannaMoms
In Celebration of 4/20, The Marijuana Show
Launches "Light It Up" Album to help Fund Cannabis Nonprofits: NCIA
The Amazon TV Show Pledges to Help Push the
Conversation of Legalization Into the Future with the Light It Up Indica +
Denver, CO. - April 18, 2017 (Investorideas.com Newswire) With
the annual 4/20 cannabis holiday just two days away, The Marijuana Show, (TMS)
an Amazon TV series dubbed "The Shark Tank for Ganjapreneurs," has
released a curated digital album to generate donation funding for NCIA and
CannaMoms, two nonprofits pushing towards national cannabis legalization.
"Light It Up: an Indica + Sativa Playlist" is
available now for $9.49 at TheMarijuanaShow.com and Amazon. Comprised of
multiple music genres, the tracks are organized into two categories one for
upbeat (Sativa) moments and the other for down-tempo (Indica) moods, together
providing a way for the canna-community to not only acquire new tunes but to
also help push national cannabis legalization.
"CannaMoms and NCIA are very dear to us," said TMS
co-creator and host Karen Paull. "We are legalize it advocates, love
connecting people and this album is a great way to generate funds, allow the
musicians to reach new listeners and also provide a way for consumers to join
the fight while scooping up some new tunes," added Paull.
A portion of proceeds will aid NCIA, the only national trade
association advancing the interests of the legitimate and responsible cannabis
industry organization pioneering the legalization and decriminalization of
cannabis, in addition to CannaMoms, an organization of mothers advocating for
the right and option to utilize cbd and/or cannabis in the care of their own
critically-ill or special needs children and was co-produced by Tornadic Entertainment
LLC and The Marijuana Show.
The album will also be available at Denver's hottest new event,
420 On The Block, at The Marijuana Show's exhibitor booth. The booth will also
have special order rolling papers, an additional way to donate to NCIA and Cannamoms,
plus a photo booth where interested Ganjapreneurs can submit a two minute video
pitch to the judges and possibly secure a spot on Season 3 of The Marijuana