The brand calls CBD and THC seltzer Minneapolis Locals to make history in their own Minnesota Party launch day October 1.
SeattleAnd the September 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/- cycling froga new player in the CBD and THC space, is hosting the state’s first THC Seltzer party in sneaky house In the city center Minneapoliswhere people can be Among the first to legally drink cannabis in a bar in Minnesota.
to celebrate Minnesota Legalization of THC Consumption In July of this year, Cycling Frog hosts Seltzer sampling stations outside Sneaky Pete during the Golden Gopher homecoming football game From 5 pm onwards Saturday 1 October.
People 21 years of age or older will be able to sample three of them THC tankswild cherries, black currants, ruby and grapefruit, and be among the first to legally drink cannabis in Minnesota ribbon. Also, the first 250 customers who purchase Cycling Frog’s THC Seltzers at Sneaky Pete’s that evening will receive a free T-shirt and black eye.
cycling frog THC Seltzers It is an alternative to drinking solid carbonated water. With 5mg delta-9 THC and 10mg CBD per 12 ounce serving, the drinks are designed to help people relax, laugh, dance and, above all, have fun.
Made with 100% hemp extract and all natural fruit juices. them too:
- 0% alcohol
- 50-60 calories
- gluten free
- full spectrum
Pack of 6 Retail Stores in $19.99. They are also available for purchase through Cycling Frog’s website.
Jason PetersonAnd the cycling frogThe head of the brand said: “Through a defect in the matrix, Minnesota Legalization of the consumption of hemp-derived THC products in July 2022 And he’s been clamoring for legal THC products ever since.
“What makes this different from previous legalization efforts is the surprise in which they occurred. It happened so quickly that legislative bodies did not codify the guidelines by which these products could be distributed, marketed and sold, creating a void in which every cannabis company appears to be being withdraw it now.
“Due to the few restrictions in the law itself and the lack of guidance from the state-run recreational cannabis market, Minnesota citizens can enjoy recreational THC products with a freedom we have not seen before in America.
“As a manufacturer and distributor of federal legal THC seltzers and THC + CBD gummies, softgels and mints, we knew we had to get in on the action and celebrate. That’s why we’re hosting the state’s first THC Seltzer party at the Golden Gophers Homecoming football game at Sneaky Pete — a fan of College football traditions in Minneapolis.
“There will be free drinks, t-shirts, posters and stickers ready to grab, so we encourage anyone who wants to make history with us to get to Sneaky Pete’s, 14 North 5th St, from 5pm onwards. Saturday 1 October. ”
Based on the SeattleCycling Frog has announced its entry into the legal cannabis market in January 2022 Since then, it has provided its unique THC and THC + CBD fusion, softgels and mints to more than 10,000 customers across United State.
Cycling Frog was launched in partnership between CEO and Founder Sequoia Price-Lazarus and CEO and President Brand: Jason PetersonBoth have deep histories of working in the cannabis sector since 2014.
They are on a mission to produce something new and different, and they have seen firsthand how the pandemic has affected the medical and recreational cannabis market, with long periods of fear, boredom and anxiety representing a momentous outbreak for the industry.
ThC Seltzer Cycling Party – 5pm onwards Saturday 1 October 2022
Location: Sneaky Pete’s, 14 North 5th St. Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
About Frog Cycling and its products:
set off in January 2022Cycling Frog offers unique, safe and fun hemp-based THC + CBD products to a large audience. Their main set of THC Seltzers comes in a range of flavors and is vegan, 50-60 calories, federal legal, and offers 5mg THC.
Cycling Frog aims to change the perception of an entire generation and access to THC + CBD products in the United States.
Cycling Frog focuses on creating the highest quality THC & CBD products. Using locally sourced hemp from non-GMO farms, they make THC and CBD extracts in-house. From there, extracts that meet their strict criteria are selected and used to create a large number of products based on the tolerance and experience of THC & CBD for their clients. Finally, all of their products are third-party tested to ensure that the quality is exceptionally consistent and free of heavy metals and pesticides.
What role does the ESG “wake up” cartel play in cannabis industry?
Therefore, the Environmental Social Governance Cartel (ESG) woke up to save the situation. People love to grow and consume cannabis. We can’t have that!
Rather than measuring success based on happy customers and increasing profit margins, ESG proponents say business owners should balance the success of the cannabis industry with environmental, social and governance aspects.
But, as Elon Musk correctly tweeted, “ESG is a scam.”
ESG Investing vs. Common Sense
Investing in Environmental and Social Governance (ESG) is a type of activist index funding that the cannabis industry should avoid like the plague.
Traditionally, you assess a company’s viability through balance sheets, cash flow statements, income statements, shareholder equity statements, etc.
You usually calculate ratios to give you a glimpse into a company’s financial position.
The debt-to-equity ratio indicates the ratio of equity and debt used to finance a company’s assets.
The ratio of cash assets that compares current assets with liabilities. Return on equity is the net income return as a percentage of equity.
or net profit margin. This refers to the efficiency of work in controlling costs. A higher net profit margin shows more efficiency in converting revenue into actual profit.
Many people struggle with these concepts. Or they remain completely ignorant of them. And not just your average Joe.
Consider political leaders who have blamed inflation on “corporate greed.” Major grocery store chains are posting record profits. This has led to a demand for a tax on wealth by a left-leaning demagogue.
But if you look beyond the headlines, you’ll see that net profit margins are either the same or, in some cases, lower.
Or take Canada Licensed Producers of cannabis. How many positive cash flow?
There is more to a complex capitalist economy than just profit and loss. However, critics of capitalism do not usually think of the problem that far.
This leads us to invest in Environmental and Social Governance, or ESG.
What is an ESG investment?
It would be wise for the cannabis industry to avoid investing focused on environment, society and governance if possible.
Like labor unions that reduce productivity in pursuit of political goals, the situation in which investment in ESG becomes mandatory is problematic.
Suddenly, a company’s financial health does not depend on whether it serves consumers effectively, but rather on the standards set by politicians.
The ESG Index is a Chinese-style social credit score for companies.
Many would cheer that we are “we” cops. But this is a simplified reading that does not require anything beyond superficial analysis.
ESG has one goal: to create an awakened cartel.
Like how governments are splitting citizens with domestic coronavirus vaccine passports, the ESG aims to split the cannabis industry in two.
There will be those in line with the demands of environmental, social and institutional governance that have awakened. And then some prefer to run their business based on the input of their clients.
Of course, just like how you can’t perform basic activities without a vax-pass, cannabis companies that don’t comply with the ESG will find the investment drains.
It will be difficult to do business when you are ‘non-compliant’.
Prove ESG is a scam
Who is the Awakened ESG Cartel? And why is it a scam for everyone, not just the cannabis industry?
Take Elon Musk, for example. He pulled Tesla out of the ESG index in the S&P 500 earlier this year.
Tesla has produced more electric cars that people want to buy and drive than any other automaker.
That should have ranked Tesla #1 in the ESG, right?
No, ExxonMobil ranks higher than Tesla, as well as JPMorgan, the world’s largest investor in oil producers.
Why is Tesla ranked lower than greenhouse gas producers and investors?
Apparently, it had to do with Tesla’s carbon strategy and code of conduct. Tesla did not have a “low carbon strategy”. Which seems more important than producing fewer tons of carbon.
Also, Tesla has suffered allegations of racial discrimination and poor working conditions at its factory in Fremont.
Now, no one is saying that these are not issues that should or should not affect the bottom line. But who decides? Buying audience? Or an ESG index run by global companies and technocrats at the World Economic Forum?
ESG is a political landscape. It is supposed to separate the awake from the unawakened. And since he called covid lockdowns fascist policies, Elon Musk has been in the “no-wake-up” category.
BlackRock & Vanguard: Should the cannabis industry worry about ESG?
BlackRock is the largest asset management company in the world, with Vanguard coming in second. Both stand behind what they call “stakeholder capitalism,” which is the belief that companies should benefit their “stakeholders,” rather than their shareholders.
Larry Fink, CEO of BlackRock, declared in his “2021 letter to CEOs,” that “climate risk is an investment risk.”
“Creating sustainable index investments has enabled a massive acceleration of capital toward companies that are better prepared for climate risks.
“And because this will have a significant impact on how capital is allocated, every management team and board of directors will need to think about how this will affect their company’s stock.”
Or, as founder and president of the World Economic Forum Klaus Schwab put it: “Every country, from the United States to China, and every industry, from oil and gas to technology, must change. In short, we need a ‘Great Reset’ of capitalism.”
Or, as Fink put it, “It is not a social or ideological agenda. It is not “wake up”. It’s capitalism. ”
But it is very clear that this is syndicalism, also known as economic fascism. A handful of large corporations coordinate production and the special interest groups that dictate the mores of society.
Corporate power combines with state power to advance ideological agendas. In this case, they are dismantling small businesses and creating a social credit system.
The end result will be an extra focus of corporate power, fewer individual liberties, and more publicity about how your suffering is good for the planet.
Yes, the cannabis industry should be concerned about ESG. ESG is not some future assumption. It is already here.
The cannabis industry is already infected with ESG
You don’t have to go far to find the cannabis industry is already infected with ESG-centric ideas.
Canadian company HEXO has publicly stated that it wants to be carbon neutral. Same with food maker Wild, who wants to produce biodegradable packaging.
But, of course, that’s not how ESG works.
Trulieve cannabis company has a dedicated ESG report. They even have a board committee on Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance and boast commitments to “diversity, inclusion and equity.”
Cannabis companies are leaping into the realm of environmental, social, and corporate governance without fully understanding its meaning.
On the one hand, you will lose the independence of your business to unselected bureaucrats and corporate asset managers.
On the other hand, you will lose customers. “Wake up, go bankrupt,” is a mantra that has been proven true over and over again.
Cannabis consumers want high-quality cannabis. Only racists care about the skin color or ethnicity of a farmer or youngster.
ESG is a benchmark for measuring compliance with the global elite.
And some take propaganda at its word. This ESG is about Climate change. Those who disagree with Schwab and the WEF are “right-wing extremists”.
These people are in a rude awakening.