Secrets of the Cannabis Industry
For more than 160 years, the cannabis industry was a valued and trusted friend of the American people. Thirty-one consecutive presidents, including George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, didn't have a problem with the cannabis plant. It was the most valued commodity traded for on the free market until 1937.
In Secrets of the Cannabis Industry, author Chuck Allen Jr. provides a look at the cannabis industry and the men and women who risk their family, friends, and freedom to work within it. Each chapter narrates a story from the subculture of cannabis entrepreneurs. There's Professor Muzzo, who unknowingly helped one of his students achieve financial success by selling a popular fast-food item spiced with a secret ingredient; a postal employee with a secret garden in his basement; an entrepreneur who made a fortune selling franchises for indoor-growing opportunities; and a fireman's wife who owned a video store with extra-special movie-rental benefits.
Secrets of the Cannabis Industry considers the courage and the determination of these entrepreneurs and shares the secrets of how they became independent and financially successful in the cannabis industry.
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