April 26th, 2018 Meeting

Thursday, April 26th at 5pm @ Found:re Hotel | Phoenix

Join us April 26th

MITA AZ is excited about our special Business Networking Event this April 26th! Join us for Special guest speakers raffle prizes, goodies from vendors and more!

Tickets for the event will sell out quickly, please be sure to RSVP with the link below to reserve your seat. 

MITA AZ is excited to host our monthly meeting again at the FOUND:RE Hotel in Phoenix. Discount on rooms for out of town guests! Use code: CATER Happy Hour at Match Restaurant & Lounge from 3pm-7pm with pre-MITA meeting dinner reservations available. Call 602-875-8080.

Meeting Agenda

  • 5:00 PM – 6:40 PM – Networking
  • 6:45 PM – Announcements
  • Guest Speakers
  • 7:45 PM – Raffle
  • Guest Speakers
  • 8:00 PM – Continued Networking

LEGISlATIVE UPDATES

Concentrates in Arizona are in the crosshairs yet again! Despite the Welton case legalizing extractions, the Navajo County Superior Court has declared that moving forward hash oil in all its forms (wax, shatter, oils, tinctures, edibles, vape pens, etc.) is totally illegal under the AMMA and Patients, Caregivers and Dispensary Agents alike are now at risk of arrest, prosecution and penalty. Attorneys Tom Dean and Gary Smith of the Arizona Cannabis Bar Association will break down the ruling, the risks and the plan moving forward.

NEW MEMBERS WELCOME, CHECK OUT PREVIOUS MEETINGS!

MITA-AZ MEETING SPONSORSHIP

Contact Danielle@mita-az.org to sponsor or participate.

Thank You to Our Preferred Vendors

These Sponsors understand the importance of an annual commitment to building Open, Transparent, and Dynamic Community Groups who advocate for our industry. THANK YOU.

THANK YOU TO OUR MEDIA SPONSORS

POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEES & NON-PROFITS

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ABOUT MITAAZ: MITA is the Voice and Chamber of Commerce of the Arizona Marijuana Industry. Our mission is to help Arizona’s marijuana industry businesses stay informed, network, and thrive. MITA works directly with members and policy makers to ensure that Arizona’s program is fair, tightly regulated, and successful. Interested in participating as a sponsor, member, and/or volunteer: Contact us.