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Marijuana Industry Trade Association (MITA) Presents Arizona Cannabiz Week

David Fowler, co-founder and executive director of MITA, presents Arizona Cannabiz Week bringing together the junior level all the way to influential figures in the cannabis industry for a series of B2B and B2C events.

MITA and Athletes for CARE Golf Tournament honoring four-time Paralympian Kaitlyn Verfuerth will host celebrity athletes including retired NFL legends and longtime cannabis advocates Marvin Washington, Ricky Williams, Jake Plummer and Jim McMahon.

MITA and Athletes for CARE Golf Tournament honoring four-time Paralympian Kaitlyn Verfuerth will host celebrity athletes including retired NFL legends and longtime cannabis advocates Marvin Washington, Ricky Williams, Jake Plummer and Jim McMahon.

Demitri Downing, co-founder and CEO of MITA, continues to evolve the organization to meet emerging industry needs.  Starting in 2022, the organization has extended its national resources to as many industry professionals and companies as possible.

Demitri Downing, co-founder and CEO of MITA, continues to evolve the organization to meet emerging industry needs. Starting in 2022, the organization has extended its national resources to as many industry professionals and companies as possible.

Arizona Cannabiz Week is MITA’s original networking series designed to bring together national cannabis executives and entrepreneurs from around the world.

We encourage the public to join us for education, fun, non-profit fundraising, and a rare opportunity to meet the players in the nation’s cannabis industry.

— David Fowler, co-founder and executive director of MITA

PHOENIX, ARIZONA, USA, March 15, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Marijuana Industry Trade Association (MITA), named Arizona’s best place to network in the cannabis industry for the past six years, has today announced a new series called Arizona Cannabiz Week consisting of several networking events designed to attract nationally recognized cannabis leaders from around the world, from Wednesday, March 30 through Friday, April 1, 2022.

According to MITA co-founder and CEO Demitri Downing, the series will attract senior executives, C-level executives and policy makers to shine a light on Arizona’s rapidly growing cannabis industry and raise funds for a non-profit organization, Athletes for CARE.

The innovative series includes two evening networking opportunities, a women’s empowerment brunch and a charity golf tournament featuring Paralympian gold medalist Kaitlyn Verfuerth and other star athletes.

“Arizona has a cannabis program that is the envy of the country. We encourage the public to join us for education, fun, nonprofit fundraising, and a rare opportunity to meet the cast. of the national cannabis industry,” said MITA Co-Founder and Executive Director David Fowler.

Itinerary of the week Cannabiz in Arizona:
Day 1: Wednesday, March 30 – Join MITA and the Arizona cannabis business community for a traditional networking event, 5-9 p.m. at the Found:RE Hotel, 1100 N. Central Avenue in Phoenix.

Day 2: Thursday, March 31 – 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. – Blunt Brunch, a series of innovative women’s empowerment networks, will host an event exclusive to female executives. At 6 p.m., a VIP cocktail will be organized by KOR Medical.

Day 3: Friday, April 1 – MITA and Athletes for CARE are collaborating for a charity golf tournament and a day of networking on the grass. Registration begins at 7:30 a.m. at Ocotillo Golf Club, 3751 S. Clubhouse Drive in Chandler, Arizona.

Arizona Cannabiz Week is a comprehensive network series for entrepreneurs and executives to network, navigate the nuances of the cannabis market in Arizona and beyond, and connect with colleagues.

To sponsor, attend, or learn more about Arizona Cannabiz Week, email David Fowler at [email protected] or visit mita-az.org.

About MITA
The Marijuana Industry Trade Association (MITA), founded by Demitri Downing, is the voice of Arizona’s cannabis industry with a mission to help Arizona businesses stay informed, network and thrive. The organization has been named one of the top networking organizations by the Phoenix Business Journal for the past six years. MITA works directly with members and policymakers to ensure a fair, tightly regulated, and thriving cannabis economy. MITA represents the community of dispensaries and other stakeholders who are committed to building a strong and sustainable future for the legitimate use of marijuana for medical purposes and for adults. MITA offers unparalleled networking opportunities, exclusive access to industry information, special training and educational opportunities. For more information, visit MITA-AZ.org.

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