Are you ready for the biggest cannabis event in Texas?
The biggest cannabis event in Texas is only three weeks away.
DFW NORML will be putting on their second annual Texas Regional NORML Conference, a three day fun filled event full of speakers, panels, screenings, prizes, and parties.
Last year over 200 people attended the conference, this year the non-profit organization aims to make it bigger, better, and more efficient.
This will be the premier networking event for cannabis activists in Texas and will be highly educational and entertaining.
It all kicks off on Friday, June 6 with a party at Froggy’s Boat House, then everyone will get down to business Saturday morning at the Norris Conference Center in downtown Fort Worth. The after-party on Saturday will start at 5 p.m. next door at the Red Goose Saloon. Everything picks back up Sunday morning with a final party that evening at Shipping & Receiving. Conference hours for both days will be from 9:00 a.m. to 4:20 p.m.
There will be a number of bands performing at the after parties. Any bands interested in playing can contact email@example.com.
Many great speakers have already been lined up for the event and there will be a few surprises for those in attendance.
Kinky Friedman, Texas singer, politician and activist.
Jodie Emery, Public speaker & political activist. Wife of Marc Emery. Owner of Cannabis Culture Headquarters store, Cannabis Culture Magazine, Pot TV & BCMP lounge.
Russ Belville, Host of The Russ Belville Show on 420Radio.org, Marijuana Reform Activist, Public Speaker and Writer for High Times Magazine.
Peter Gorman, award winning investigative journalist and former editor-in-chief at High Times Magazine.
Erik Altieri, Communications Director, PAC Manager, and Chapter Coordinator at National NORML in D.C.
Ann Lee, Founder of Republicans Against Marijuana Prohibition and mother of Richard Lee.
Mike Hyde, father of Cash Hyde and founder of the Cash Hyde Foundation.
Rob Kampia, Executive Director at Marijuana Policy Project.
Heather Fazio, Texas Political Director at Marijuana Policy Project and Executive Director at Texans for Accountable Government.
John Tunmire, disabled U.S. Military veteran and Green Party candidate for Texas State Senator District 10.
Rocky Palmquist, 11th generation Texas farmer and Libertarian candidate for Texas Agriculture Commissioner.
Jamie “the 420 dude” Balagia, former Austin police officer, criminal defense attorney, lifetime NORML member and Libertarian candidate for Texas Attorney General.
Vincent Lopez, publisher of The Austin420 & Director of Patient Outreach for Texas NORML and medical marijuana patient.
Shaun McAlister, Executive Director at DFW NORML and independent creative at iamshaun.com.
Colt DeMorris, Founder and Executive Director of El Paso NORML.
Clif Deuvall, U.S. Military veteran, Executive Director and Founder of NORML of Waco Inc.
Cheyanne Weldon, Executive Director at Texas NORML.
Elisabeth Rodriguez, founding member of DFW NORML, NORML Women’s Alliance coordinator, teacher and mother.
Shoreline Sheena, military veteran, mother, and business owner.
Tristan Tucker, disabled US Navy veteran, Deputy Director of DFW NORML and law student at UNT.
Larry Talley, U.S. Navy veteran, Director of Finance for DFW NORML and speaker for Law Enforcement Against Prohibition.
Chad West, U.S. Army Veteran, NORML lifetime member, personal injury lawyer and Dallas criminal defense lawyer.
Julia Rose of the Peter McWilliams Remembrance.
Cody Guy, brain cancer survivor and medical marijuana advocate.
The event is open to the general public and admission for students, veterans, seniors, and NORML members will cost $25. General admission for all three days is $50 and VIP tickets are $100. Groups can register for a better discount. Visit their registration page for more information.
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By: Stephen Carter
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