Weed trends in the industry often coincide with retail marketing practices and mainstream holiday traditions. For instance, from now through December,
When it comes to product trends, you can also see the same connection. Just as we enjoyed seasonal
The Air of November
Albeit the start to the most wonderful time of the year, November also tends to demonstrate value sets that couldn’t be more polar opposite. It can almost seem like many of us are saying one thing, but our actions demonstrate the other.
For example, in the U.S. we celebrate
Following the feast, however, grateful folks still stuffed full of turkey and dinner rolls rush to big store retailers to get the best deals on gifts. It’s the perfectly ironic time to make a dent in that hectic holiday shopping list!
Green Wednesday: A November Weed Trend
Despite how you feel about Thanksgiving and shopping trends, you better believe that insanely good deals aren’t exclusive to department stores and the local mall. In fact — Black Friday is a popular shopping day in the cannabis industry, year after year.
If you’re already familiar with Black Friday cannabis deals, then you must also know about
Giving Thanks to Those Who Deserve It
Although we love shopping for deals and other November weed trends (High There will be releasing our annual Holiday Gift Guide at the end of this month), we intend to also spend the holiday season giving gratitude to some of those in the cannabis space who give back.
This month, we’re going to highlight two nonprofits that we’re strengthening our partnerships with. First, we’ll be chatting with the Veterans Cannabis Group (VCG), led by Founder Aaron Augustis. As a veteran himself, Augustis and his team have been supporting the veteran cannabis community since 2014. VCG’s valuable resources provide education, safe access, employment opportunities and more to veterans.
Keeping on the topic of veterans in the cannabis space (and in honor of Veterans Day happening on November 11), we’re also sharing various ways that readers can become activists in the cannabis industry. For those who are interested in supporting our veteran cannabis community, in addition to supporting
Finally, it’s always the right time of year to be mindful about those who have been negatively impacted on the War on Drugs. This month, we’re profiling the one and only
Thanks for coming back to learn more about what’s going on in the High There community this month. We’re currently working behind-the-scenes to launch a new version of our app, which will be full of new users, content, engaging social features and so much more.
I look forward to seeing you on the High There app soon. So, if you haven’t jumped onboard quite yet — run (don’t walk) to the
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