What: You can win two free tickets to this year’s US Cannabis Cup in Seattle! We’re talking about a Cannabis Cup in a recreationally legal state, which is amazing, highlighted by a Saturday show featuring reggae idols The Wailers, who will be performing all the songs off the Legend album. In order.
When: The Cup takes place the first weekend in September (6 and 7).
Where: We will be taking over the Comcast Arena (2000 Hewitt Ave, Everett, WA 98201) for the weekend. Both the expo and show will take place at the venue, so you can park that car and chill for the entire day.
How: What do you need to do to win? We will hold three week-long contests back-to-back on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. The first will take place August 18-24, the second will take place August 25-31, and the third will take place Sept. 1-5.
You need to upload your best stoner selfi and ask your friends to like it.
The photo with the most likes at the end of the contest wins. We will be picking a winner each week from each FB. Twitter and Instagram, so there’s plenty of chances to get your free tickets.
You can do this. Start now!
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