We are Professionals, Entrepreneurs, Educators, and Advocates united to build a strong and sustainable future for the cannabis industry in Arizona. Our work focuses on helping Arizona businesses stay informed, network, and thrive. We support local non-profits and educate all citizens on the benefits of joining the Medical Marijuana Program. We serve as the voice of the industry, devoted to defeating negative stigmas about cannabis and working to end prohibition.
Enhance State licensed system while protecting it from unnecessary laws and regulations
Work together to improve the Arizona marijuana industry
Act as upstanding members of the community by giving back to the community
Prevent increased regulations by the state and localities that increase the cost of doing business
The Arizona Community
Joining the Marijuana Industry Trade Association (MITA) means being represented as a community alongside other stakeholders committed to building a strong and sustainable future for legitimate medical and recreational marijuana in Arizona.
In addition to enhanced political representation, MITA membership offers unparalleled networking opportunities; exclusive access to industry information; special training and education opportunities; and local business connections and brand recognition.
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Contact Danielle Sedgwick for information on membership. We look forward to your support!
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