Cannabis Career Institute in Atlanta on Sunday

This Sunday, July 26, from 9 am to 7 pm, at the Hampton Inn Atlanta Airport, 1888 Sullivan Road, College Park, GA, Cannabis Career Institute will be hosting a business seminar about the cannabis industry.
Cannabis Career Institute offers state-specific training courses that address a range of topics – from legal requirements and regulations to basic grow techniques. The class will be led by Doug Porter, the Cannabis Career Institute expert in Bud-Tending, Dispensary Management, Delivery Service and Security.
Earlier this month, a Georgia family became the first to pick up a state-issued card that allows for legal possession of cannabis oil that can be used as a treatment for certain medical conditions.  PJ and Beckee Lynch of Snellville recently met at the health department office in Brookhaven, Georgia to pick up a card for their 8-year-old daughter Norah who suffers from Aicardi Syndrome, a rare disease that affects only girls.
The card, issued by the Georgia Department of Health, allows the Lynch family to possess cannabis oil that is derived from the marijuana plant and is low in THC, the chemical that produces the high.  The Lynches are hopeful that the oil works for Norah as it has for many others with her condition, stopping most seizures and allowing patients to wean off pharmaceuticals.
Along with the aforementioned exciting state news, a recent study conducted by the National Bureau of Economic Research adds yet another positive medical marijuana note.  The study attempted to answer the question — Do Medical Marijuana Laws Reduce Addictions and Deaths Related to Pain Killers? The conclusion according to the authors of the study – “Our findings suggest that providing broader access to medical marijuana may have the potential benefit of reducing abuse of highly addictive painkillers.”
“The state of Georgia deserves to be commended for embracing the medical benefits of cannabis,” said Porter. “Even though the cannabis legalization movement is still in its infancy here, the message is loud and clear – cannabis should no longer be listed as a Schedule 1 narcotic so that a full legalization program can be developed and implemented in not only Georgia but every state of the union.”
As growing or cultivating marijuana remains illegal in Georgia, it forces card-carrying families to order their cannabis oil from reputable producers in other states where it’s legal to grow it for medicinal purposes.
“With access and distribution now needing to be developed, it’s only a matter of time before Georgia gets fully on board the cannabis legalization train,” continued Porter. “Our CCI mandate is to equip the next generation of canna-businessmen and women with the necessary knowledge and tools to become successful in this burgeoning industry.”
Cannabis Career Institute specializes in teaching would-be entrepreneurs how to navigate the often-murky waters of getting into and/or starting up a cannabis business.   CCI presents students with an objective expanse of options with step-by-step instruction on the process of starting a business. Delivery, Dispensary Management, Law, Compliance, Marketing and Advertising, Cultivation, Extracts and Cooking are all discussed in detail, providing students with many choices to fit their career goals and lifestyle.
Cost for the one day seminar, that also allows for students to attend any future class for free, is $349 and includes a seminar manual.  CCI is scheduled to return to Atlanta in the fall.
As seen on CBS, ABC, NBC, FOX, the Huffington Post, and more, Cannabis Career Institute was the first cannabis seminar training program ever offered and is the most successful of its kind.
For more information, contact: Gary Lane at 818.669.5363 or

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