Tyson Ranch, Mike Tyson’scannabis/health & wellness company, will partner with the first annual Antigua Cannabis Conference— offering their support and resources to the event, which is set to take place in April 2020. Working in conjunction with Prime Minister Gaston Browne, of Antigua and Barbuda, Tyson Ranch is helping to produce and promote the three-day conference, which will feature live music as well as symposiums and events with industry leaders in finance, medicine, and politics from around the world.
Attendees will learn from the cannabis industry’s top innovators and experts about a wide range of topics—from the international business and trade of cannabis and hemp, to the rise of “canni-tourism” to cannabis’ role in cancer treatment and other health medical research. This will be the first global conference of this magnitude, with over 20 symposiums broadcasting and streaming worldwide.
“Antigua and Barbuda is proud to once again be the stage of a global event, witnessed by millions around the world. We are proud to continue to be trailblazers in this new and exciting industry in the region. Cannabis will alter the future of the medical and tourism fields—and it will have a tremendously positive impact on the economy of our state,” states Prime Minister Browne.
“Tyson Ranch is thrilled to be working with the beautiful island and people of Antigua,” said Mike Tyson. “Beyond next year’s conference, we’re also spearheading the movement of Cannabis-related products and offerings across numerous verticals on the island—including manufacturing. Soon, people will see tourist destinations and hemp products made locally. We could not be more excited to keep growing and bringing the best CBD to Antigua.”
“All of us are committed to helping Prime Minister Browne and the citizens of Antigua in the worthy goal of turning this magnificent country into a hotspot for cannabis and hemp,” added Tyson Ranch co-founder Robert Hickman.
Tyson Ranch is an emerging leader in the CBD manufacturing and products category as well as an entertainment/content driven tier, which includes “Hotboxin with Mike Tyson,” a top podcast promoting cannabis-based lifestyles with a plethora of guests including Tony Robbins, Piers Morgan, LL Cool J and many more.
Live music will be another key component of the Antigua Cannabis Conference, which will feature performances from several top artists from around the world. A pioneer in the cannabis-friendly concert genre, Tyson Ranch also recently promoted the Kind Concert, which drew a sold-out crowd in Desert Hot Springs this past February.
As the industry continues to boom, an annual Cannabis Conference is an unparalleled event for stakeholders around the world— and Antigua and Barbuda will be the first Small Island Developing State to host this inaugural event. The twin-island state passed The Cannabis Act in January 2019, which established the Medical Cannabis Authority, Religious and Sacramental Authorization, along with Medical Cannabis business, dispensary, cultivation, and research and development licenses among other regulations. This progressive and encompassing law, makes it the first Caribbean island to have a comprehensive approach to the industry.
Antigua and Barbuda is an independent Commonwealth country comprised of two populated islands and several smaller ones. Positioned where the Atlantic and Caribbeanmeet, it’s known for its 365 beautiful white sand, reef-lined beaches, rainforests and resorts.
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Given Mike’s history of bankruptcy is he a credible investor.
Voice of the PM ringing in my ears when he said he knew the investor for Morris Bay did not have any money.
What else does the PM know and is not saying until the shut hots the fan…
“Mike Tyson To Partner With PM For Major Antigua Cannabis Conference” Is this a personal partnership or one with the PM and people of A&B? Reserve further comments until clarification.
In the advent of smart technology I attempted to see if i could have gotten an actual whiff of the good stuff being blown by Mike in that picture. Am I the only one?
Is the Coco Cola boss and his partner who was recently arrested in St. Kitts a part of this project?
Mike Tyson is just the front man for another person.I read an article last week in the Daily Mail.Where the man did say he is coming into Antigua with Mike Tyson.They would be meeting with Prime Minister Gaston Browne in Antigua during Carnival.He also said in the article.They would be bringing down one million dollars worth of Hemp Seeds for that meeting.They would used that as a start up for the business in Antigua.The headline of the article was.We are going to make millionaires of the Rastafarians.How could a man(Mike Tyson) who was worth $300 million now worth a paltry $3 million.And he wants to get lands to plant that thing.
Timing in everything is an extremely important factor in every aspect of life and living. The willingness to use energy and resources to grapple with the challenges of risks and rewards determines outcomes. Link this public announcement to these editorials and article of 7/3, 7/4 and 7/15/19in the Antigua Observer Newspaper (AON): We could do with some of that pre-2004 spirit; Rise up ye men and women! ; Being proactive by Hilroy A Willet; then these editorials in AON of 3/23 and 3/24/18: The Opposition; and Stronger together or apart. And here are the two comments of ‘A&B’s political scientists, socio-economic professors, Skyewill and Smood’: Skyewill “……they(UPP) have manpower and the ability to raise money why not put the energy into building something that will economically benefit real people while they wait untilthe next election” and Smood: “……(DNA) do work by bringing to fruition at least one major project and employ people before the next general elections. Focus on agriculture, the arts & entertainment, the environment (in particular the parks & recreation and eco-friendly tourism).” Think on these things!
Lord Help us
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