Florida Schools And Businesses Go To Pot

If each spent $65 weekly on medical marijuana, that projected gross revenue could increase to $27.1 million per week. Growing industry Robert Calkin knows all about potential of the medical marijuana business. He’s a teacher at Oaksterdam University, founded in November 2007 in Oakland, Calif., known as the first marijuana university in the country. Calkin founded the Cannabis Career Institute in March 2009. He began taking the traveling seminar series to different states as they legalized medical marijuana. He also wrote “Starting Your Own Medical Marijuana Delivery Service: The Mobile Caregiver’s Handbook,” published in 2010. Now he’s stopping at cities in Florida. Calkin said the $299, one-day seminar introduces students to the industry, provides a checklist of things to do, a 300-page book and a team of experts to mentor you outside of class. “We allow you to come back for free forever,” he said. Students can take the class as many times as they want and network with others who created businesses. He said the seminar will come to Naples in June.
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