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Top Cannabis Experts To Speak at the First Annual WeedStock Conference, Presented by Marketfy

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Southfield, MI / ACCESSWIRE / June 3, 2014 / The industry-changing WeedStock conference, presented by Marketfy, is set to feature a robust lineup of foremost experts in the Cannabis industry. Despite recent challenges facing the industry and its investors, record high support of legalization across the country strongly indicates that the cannabis industry is a long-term investment.

Marketfy is proud to announce a diverse lineup of carefully selected companies to deliver defining presentations, some of which include:

- Abattis Bioceuticals (OTC: ATTBF)
- Advanced Cannabis Solutions (OTC: CANN)
- WeedHire.com (OTC: ANYI)
- Cannabis Technologies (OTC: CANLF)
- Endexx Corporation (OTC: EDXC)
- Agritek Holdings (OTC: MWIP) (formerly MediSwipe)
- Tauriga Sciences Inc (OTC: TAUG)
- The Colorado Growing Company
- MassRoots
- …and many more!

Interaction with these firms will also include panel discussions, one-on-one meetings and networking opportunities like a VIP cocktail reception.

Internationally acclaimed cannabis investors, such as Alan Brochstein of the 420 Investor and Rod David of the Marijuana Stock Technical Trader, will also be discussing their strategies for the space.

The three-day conference will take place from June 29 through July 1 at the Westin Denver Downtown in Denver, Colorado. To learn more about the WeedStock conference and purchase your tickets before they are sold out, visit http://www.weedstockconference.com/.

The first 10 people to use the promotion code “WEEDSTOCKPR” will receive a $199 discount on any three-day pass packages.

About the WeedStock Conference

The three-day conference will include exhibits and presentations by privately held and publicly traded companies in the cannabis industry, industry keynote speakers, panel discussions, one-on-one meetings and networking events. Opportunities, challenges and regulation in the space are among the topics to be discussed. The Weedstock Conference will take place from June 29 through July 1 at the Westin Denver Downtown in Denver, Colorado. To learn more about the WeedStock conference, visit www.weedstockconference.com

 

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