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We are a personalized delivery service that really cares about individuals, not profit!

Immobile, Disabled, Vets and seriously ill patients are especially welcome. We offer individually tailored services for our members, including flexible pricing and customized/made to order preparations.

Though all patients with a current doctors recommendation are welcome, veterans, disabled, and fixed income patients have a special place in our hearts. We are seeking patient-members who need a delivery service and want to establish a long term working relationship to our collective community.

Read about our new Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program in the link in our menu above.

Ask about veteran, disabled and fixed income discounts. 



Sorry but we cannot deliver to public places, campuses or cities where prohibited (Gilroy, King City, Los Gatos, Marina, San Juan Bautista and Seaside) and only deliver to private residences/hotels, etc. For a complete list of city and county ordinances, bans and moratoriums click HERE

  • Only cardholders and members in the room during deliveries please.
  • Larger quantities subject to limitations (quantity and frequency).
  • Same day, friendly service (some restrictions) in and around Aptos, Freedom, Corralitos, Watsonville, Santa Cruz/831 area. Deliveries to outlying areas require a minimum $50 donation and $10 delivery fee OR appointment (new members signed before dark only in Salinas).
  • Minimum $40 donation to all areas
  • Serving Monterey, Salinas and outlying areas by next day appointment, or with varying delivery fee/minimum order.


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Please respect our service and the law!!! Only member-patients who have signed up with our collective can participate during deliveries. Unsigned cardholders and non-cardholders may not donate or handle medication. Members may not share with non-members. This helps to ensure we can remain a viable collective serving your needs :) Thanks!





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Marijuana Business Daily will host the national Spring Marijuana Business Conference & Expo in Chicago May 19-21, 2015.

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) May 14, 2015

Marijuana Business Daily will host the national Spring Marijuana Business Conference & Expo at the Hilton Chicago from May 19-21, 2015.

The legalization of marijuana is gaining momentum nationwide. According to newly released data, the industry is expected to create $ 10B+ in economic impact this year, and $ 30B+ by 2019; America’s oldest and largest Cannabis Trade Show has added a second annual expo to meet demand.

“We use the term ‘Marijuana Years’ because in the Cannabis industry, a year feels more like half a decade,” comments George Jage, President of Marijuana Business Daily and organizer of the conference. “In the six months since our last national conference more than 1,000 cannabusinesses have launched or significantly expanded; industry revenues have gone up by nearly $ 100 million; and private equity interest and investments have rocketed.”

With more than 160 exhibitors and an expected 2,000 Cannabusiness professionals expected to attend, the show is by far the largest in the industry and marks the 5th year for Marijuana Business Daily leading the helm.

Highlights of the Spring Expo include a keynote from ‘Freakonomics’ author Steven Levitt and 25 new and exclusive sessions such as Marijuana Business Crash Course, Investors Networking Breakfast, Insights on Banking, Battling the Black Market, Trends in Edibles and Concentrates and Marijuana Business Daily’s 5th Year Kickoff Celebration.

Past attendee, Patricia Noonan of Mary Jane Farms, says, “Thanks to this conference our funding outlook is very bright. We were impressed with the conference planning, the ability to network with others either already in the industry or entering and find potential investors for our company.”

Marijuana Business Daily (formerly, CannaBusiness Media), founded in 2011, is the most trusted, independent publisher and event producer serving America’s cannabis industry entrepreneurs and investors. They offer unbiased business analysis, research, trends, and breaking stories, daily.

Pre-show guide and Registration Information can be found at

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Cheryl Shuman Signs Joint Venture Agreement To Develop First Cannabis Industry On Sovereign Seneca Indian Land with Visionary Seneca Entrepreneur Ross John

Visionary Seneca leader Ross John, Sr., announces today the formation of a joint venture agreement to research and develop complete and appropriate cannabis economic business models ideal for Native peoples and their territories. The joint venture is designed to use Native sovereign status as a unique development asset that can help streamline and nurture cannabis related projects and programs. “Sovereignty is an asset,” said Ross John Sr.

Longtime Seneca businessman and community leader Ross John is a Councillor for the Seneca Nation and is the former Chairman of the Seneca Economic Development Commission. John was appointed by past President Snyder and accepted by the Seneca Nation’s Council as the Commission’s first chairman. The Seneca Nation’s Economic Development Commission is seen by many as an important step in building a better economic relationship and building diversity.

“We want people to understand we’re Indian Country’s best chance for economic development,” John states. “Seneca sovereignty should be viewed as an asset for the entire region, and our job is to be out there and be active and available for a conversation with anybody and everybody on the topic of medical marijuana.”

It doesn’t end there. Also targeted are projects with ties to area universities and colleges and those with industry-specific backgrounds such as tourism, hospitality, medicine and technology. The focus will be on projects on sovereign lands in Salamanca, Buffalo and Niagara Falls.

“It’s about diversification. There’s a lot more to the Seneca Nation than casinos and cheap gas and cigarettes,” John said.

The commission’s roots go back to Seneca Nation past President Barry Snyder Sr., who said, “The Seneca Nation’s economy has grown significantly in the past several decades into a successful engine for regional economic growth.”

The focus of the joint venture is to use the Ross John’s private sector business experience and individual Seneca sovereign status to help evaluate and fast-track targeted business ventures in the cannabis space. All ventures will be vetted by the team including, Ross John, Lisa Sundberg and Cheryl Shuman. “We’re not your enemy,” Ross John said. “We’re here to be an asset. There’s nothing better than seeing Western New York benefit from our sovereign status.”

He said he could envision the joint venture using Native sovereign status to participate in the existing and emerging legal cannabis industry and help with medical tourism-based initiatives or developing companies to play off the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus.

“We couldn’t have had this conversation a year ago,” John said. “With our on-going push to our assert sovereignty and the gains made in the shifts of federal policy, we can now exercise our sovereignty and lead Indian Country to create the ideal business models for cannabis economic development on our own lands. The Cole Memo issued by the Federal Government on December 11, 2014 provides guidelines for Indian Country to develop their own regulation business model. The direction points to a strategy employing the top cannabis policy experts lead by Lisa Sundberg and Cheryl Shuman to meet with both the U.S. District Attorney and Seneca leadership to implement best standards and practices from successful business models like Colorado’s Amendment 64. “With a coordinated and organized effort, we are 100% confident that we can develop a successful strategy for all Indian Nations for cannabis policy,” states Ross John.

Lisa Sundberg is Yurok and a member of the Cher-Ae Heights Indian Community of the Trinidad Rancheria, located in Humboldt County along the Pacific Ocean. She comes from a medicine family and is active in her local native ceremonies, is a visionary, entrepreneur and advocate in her community, and serves on the legislative committee for her tribe and advocates for economic development and self-sustaining communities.

Her company helps companies that want to do business with Native people in North American. Having served as a former appointee to the Secretary of Interior under the Hoopa-Yurok Settlement Act, mandated to study and investigate tribes across the country, and being the daughter of one of the longest seated female Indian leaders in the country, she has amassed a network spanning over 30 years in her field. She keeps her ear to the ground for new waves of opportunity that can benefit Indian Country.

Cheryl and Lisa have signed a letter of Intent with Ross John, an individual member of the Seneca Nation, whose goal is to lead the way for his people and the country and to provide products and services his surrounding communities are begging for.

“Working with Cheryl and Lisa is historic and exciting, “ said John. “We are taking the lead to make sure that the hurdles that must be crossed be done in the proper way, and bringing the top industry leaders to provide best practices, so we can help the people in our communities.”

Ross John, is from the Seneca Nation and he makes it very clear that his territory is surrounded by the state of New York and NOT “in” the state of New York. Ross is an elected official and founder of the Seneca Economic Development Commission. A visionary in his own nation, he is no “front man” to any project. He is an active business person leading the way in innovation technologies, energy, hydroponics, and green energy etc.

Ross believes Seneca’s have a unique status as a sovereign nation and pushes the state and federal governments to stop fighting them and get behind them. “People don’t have to look to foreign county to find a sovereign nation, we are a nation and a neighbor with many of the distinct regulatory and other advantages sought after in outsourcing to foreign countries. We want to provide a place where true testing and research can be provided without having to go to a foreign country to do it.” As with any other things Senecas do, they can get things done a lot easier as things don’t get boxed up with outside party politics or special interest groups. The cannabis industry can have the necessary research it truly needs to help people instead of the Federal Government wanting oversight without humanity.

Cheryl Shuman brings her 25 years skills of public relations, media, product branding, and business development to the budding organization. Shuman was recently featured on the cover of Adweek as Pot’s First Marketer, in Elle Magazine as The Most Powerful Women in the Pot Industry, named The Cannabis Queen of Beverly Hills by The New York Times Sunday Magazine as well as gracing The Cannabis Queen of Beverly Hills in The London Times Magazine.

Ross John said, “Cheryl has accomplished so much extraordinary progress in Cannabis reform, reaching millions of families through the utilization of mainstream media. Cheryl is leading the entire cannabis movement making history in the media as well as developing successful cannabis businesses.”

Shuman said, “Working with Ross John and Lisa Sundberg, I have always been inspired by their vision and dedication to Indian Country. It’s an honor to lead such a dynamic and ambitious organization, with such a clear and focused mission—improving the lives of the world’s most vulnerable, women and children. Our partnership creates a wonderful opportunity for Native Nations around the world to follow in the visionary footsteps of Pauline Sabin from the 1930’s who led a group of dedicated women to overturn alcohol prohibition. Today, we are making history working towards the end of cannabis prohibition.”

Cheryl Shuman states, “Women are the secret to creating the ideal business model for cannabis legalization. We are the family decision makers and influencers in society. After all, women buy 85% of all household and consumer products, according to Adweek. Now we can use that influence to change laws, save lives, families and introduce parents to new possible careers in the green rush. As an entrepreneur, it’s exciting to be on the ground floor of the cutting edge of making news and witnessing the convergence of Seneca and cannabis development.”

“The right leadership team is everything. Working with Lisa Sundberg and Ross John, it was evident immediately that it was a perfect fit in terms of values, integrity and personality. The leadership executed with Ross John, Lisa Sundberg and our team elevates Seneca leadership stature in the cannabis industry, adding prestige and thus creating a positive ‘halo’ around the organization. The value of our combined teamwork’s ability to provide global celebrity and media exposure for our organization are priceless,” said Cheryl Shuman.

The possibilities are limitless from Cannabis Friendly resorts, medical clinics, clinical trials as well as laboratories. The cannabis industry is estimated to generate over $ 32 Billion in revenue by 2020 making it more valuable than the NFL, according to the Washington Post and GreenWave Advisors Research ( “We plan on making certain that Indian Country can benefit from these revenues and are fully committed to making it happen,” exclaims Cheryl Shuman. Stay tuned for further announcements, event schedule and media tour.

About Ross John:

Ross L. John, Sr. is Seneca. Mr. John was born and raised on the Cattaraugus Territory of the Seneca Nation, where he continues to reside with his family and operate his businesses.

In 1983 Ross L. John, Sr., together with his family and community, began to establish a group of interrelated companies, now collectively referred to as Ross John Enterprises (“RJE”). RJE is 100% owned and operated by Mr. John, who serves as President and manages all aspects of its day-to-day operations. Today, RJE essentially serves as a holding company for more than 16 interrelated businesses: Each of which is majority owned and operated by Mr. John, who serves as President and manages all aspects of those companies’ day-to-day operations.

About Cheryl Shuman Inc. :

Cheryl Shuman’s TV reality started by age seventeen, she had made several television appearances and was offered to appear regularly on The Bob Braun Show on WLWT-TV in Cincinnati, which led to a national recurring segment on PM Magazine. At age twenty-three, Cheryl relocated to Los Angeles to become know as the “Optician to the Stars” and created a new business, Starry Eyes. As CEO of Starry Eyes, Cheryl worked on some of the biggest films, TV, and music properties generating multi-million dollar revenues. This success led to her own show on the QVC network and a mutually rewarding seven-year relationship that included product placement, production and branded entertainment divisions.

After years of following failed allopathic medicine treatments, she opted for medical cannabis in the form of raw juice and oils as an alternative. Her success using medical cannabis led her to found the Beverly Hills Cannabis Club. Today, Cheryl is the most visible and recognizable woman in the medical marijuana reform movement, recently receiving the 2013 Activist of the Year Award at Seattle Hempfest. Cheryl Shuman, Inc. has generated over $ 1 Billion worth of earned media worldwide while appearing on such mainstream shows as CNN’s Piers Morgan Live, The Katie Couric Show, The View, ABC’s 20/20, Good Morning America, Fox Business News and many other media outlets. Cheryl Shuman is represented by the prestigious William Morris Endeavor Agency in Beverly Hills. For more information, please visit and

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Adherence Colorado Launches Compliance and Inventory Tracking Company for Marijuana Industry

Adherence Colorado

Adherence Colorado, a regulatory compliance and inventory management company for the marijuana industry, has announced its formal launch of operations and proprietary software that allows auditors to ensure that licensed marijuana businesses are in compliance with state and local laws. Adherence Colorado is now taking appointments for regulatory compliance audits, inventory reconciliations, business valuations, and other services.

“We’re thrilled to be open in Colorado,” said Steve Owens, founder and CEO of Adherence Colorado. “By delivering compliance audit results in hours, compared to days or often weeks, we provide our clients with unprecedented value at an industry leading price. If a license is not within compliance limits, the underlying business’s value can be reduced significantly. For license owners, investors, and financial services and banking experts, it’s imperative to know where the business stands in terms of risk and value. Our state-of-the-art process does this and more.”

During regulatory compliance audits, Adherence Colorado uses its proprietary software to check the status of hundreds of regulations that medical and retail licensees must follow in order to remain in good standing with the Marijuana Enforcement Division of the Colorado Department of Revenue. Following an audit, licensees receive immediate access to their Adherence Compliance Score (ACS), which quantifies risk on the underlying licenses or assets, and a Detailed Compliance Report with line-item actions for licensees to complete in order to improve results on subsequent audits.

For its inventory reconciliation services, Adherence Colorado currently employs 11 licensed and badged auditors and consultants who work on-site with licensees to correct issues related to inventory control and tracking. Adherence Colorado also works with point-of-sales systems that provide transactional and package information directly to Marijuana Enforcement Tracking Reporting Compliance (METRC), the state’s mandatory marijuana inventory tracking system. “When it comes to something as valuable as their business licenses, our clients find it really pays to work with us, and not try to do their compliance and inventory in-house,” said Owens.

Adherence Colorado currently conducts audits for dispensaries/stores, marijuana-infused product manufacturers (MIPs) and cultivation facilities, for both medical and retail licensees. Adherence Colorado also provides Valuation Analysis reports to determine the fair market value of licensed business operations, and Investor Request packages for licensees looking for additional funding or investment. To celebrate the launch, the company is offering a special rate for all audits conducted during the first quarter of 2015.

About Adherence Colorado

Compliance is science. Adherence Colorado provides regulatory adherence and revenue assurance services for the cannabis industry. Adherence Colorado conducts state-of-the-art, real-time compliance audits and inventory reconciliation for licensed medical and retail marijuana businesses, and the company’s proprietary software also provides valuable information for banks, investors and insurers. For more information, visit: or call: (720) 536-0667.

Medical Transcription

Transcription is an art of converting voice recorders information into usefull text formats. The transcription becomes particularly necessary when complex names, information and specification need to be communicated accurately. One such profession that deals with such complexity is medical. In medical professions physicians have to communicate clearly and precisely about the results of the diagnosed lab reports and the medications the patients need to undergo. From the patients point of view, it seems to be very complicated to understand different medical terminologies and communicate such reports back to the physician at the later stage.

So the communication on the medical terminology term is vital.

Disadvantages of not using a Medical transcription:

When the reports are maintained in hardcopies they occupy large space, not creating candor and time consuming. It will create confusions when trying to arrange hard copy reports and involves excessive communication and manual judgment. There is every chance of mix up of reports without proper tracking.

Hence to make the process more clear and the communication between the patient and the physician more comfortable we need a business process in place. Medical transcription helps to solve this problem. Medical transcription helps to bridge the communication gap between the patient and the physician.

Medical Transcription Process:

The real time conversation from the physician side is recorder in a hand held device and stored in a server. The specifications of the medial report are usually dictated by physicians. The Medical Transcriber would covert this voice message into readable text message. This text message will be assigned with a unique identification number then stored back to the server location. This unique identification number is given to track down the specific patient records. The details in the records are later used by the physicians.

Advantages of Medical Transcription:

Medical Transcription will eliminate the need of maintaining hard copies and eliminate the risk of reports mix up belonging to different patients. Eliminates manual tracking of a particular patient record and human judgments.

When the voice recorded information is converted into soft copy text format, it can be stored and retrieved from centralized servers. Because of its softcopy nature the current report can be edited or amended/updated without making duplication (like in hard copy reports). This will help the physician to retrieve complete patient’s history on their health and the treatment they have undergone using unique identification given for each patient. This makes the process more effective, accurate and reduces the panic on patients when they want to communication complex terms.

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Quebecs Hydropothecary Medical Marijuana Company to Join 2000 Cannabis Professionals at the United States Largest Industry Conference

Gatineau, Quebec (PRWEB) May 14, 2015

The co-founders of Quebec’s only licensed medical marijuana facility today announced their intention to attend the largest gathering of medical marijuana professionals in the United States.

Sebastien St-Louis and Adam Miron said attending the Marijuana and Business Conference and Expo in Chicago was an opportunity to keep abreast of the changing industry in international markets and developing key relationships for upcoming business prospects.

“We keep a close eye on international developments as part of our strategy to be the most trusted brand of medical marijuana here and abroad,” says Adam Miron, co-founder and Chief Brand Officer.

The conference takes place at the downtown Hilton, from May 19 to 21 and will cover topics ranging from testing methodology to brand development.

Individuals or companies wishing to schedule an appointment to meet with Mr St-Louis and Mr Miron in Chicago can contact info(at)

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Canna Advisors Finds the Perfect Fit for New Director of Operations Position

Boulder, CO (PRWEB) May 11, 2015

Canna Advisors is pleased to announce that they have added a new member to their expanding team. Starting May 1, 2015, Melody Moyer was brought on as Director of Operations for the Boulder, CO, cannabis business consulting firm, a new position that the company created to meet the increasing demands in the industry.

Diane Czarkowski, owner and managing partner of Canna Advisors, explained that as the cannabis industry grows, the company has more and more clients reaching out to Czarkowski and her team. Hiring Ms. Moyer as Director of Operations will help Canna Advisors with day-to-day operations, Czarkowski said, and she will also handle some project management work with facility development for the company’s nationwide client base.

Ms. Moyer has two decades worth of credentials working with small businesses and startups. Her skill span includes everything from office operations and digital marketing to community outreach in the nutraceutical, public health, and environmental areas; Moyer’s experiences in digital marketing and public health will also be valuable as the company develops medical marijuana marketing strategies for clients.

“Melody’s well-rounded experience with dealing with startups and small businesses, her understanding of large construction projects and their environmental impact as well as her understanding of medicinal herbs is very compatible with the content and the issues that we deal with in developing the foundation for the cannabis industry,” Czarkowski commented.

In addition to her work experience, Ms. Moyer also holds a master’s degree in urban and regional planning from the University of Colorado in Denver. She also has certification in botanicals and experience with essential oils and medicinal herbs.

Czarkowski added that Ms. Moyer also has an interest in cannabinoids, pain management, and women’s health and wellness, all of which contributed to the decision to add her to the Canna Advisors team.

About Canna Advisors

Canna Advisors is a Boulder, Colorado based company that has direct experience winning licenses, designing facilities and managing operations in the cannabis industry since 2009. Canna Advisors has designed facilities and developed procedures for the most regulated markets across the nation, winning licenses in every state engaged. For more information, please visit

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The Doobster App for on Demand Legal Marijuana Delivery Does Things Differently

Riverside, CA (PRWEB) May 19, 2015

Logistics Trust, Inc. has launched a subsidiary named Doobster, a mobile application and platform that allows a consumer of legal marijuana to order products from their smart phone, tablet or computer and have the products delivered to their physical location. Doobster is now accepting applications to license its technology in 15 states and empowering stakeholders at all levels. It is a truly innovative business model designed to establish a presence in all states that allow dispensaries and delivery of marijuana products.

Founded by Scott Abadjian, Chief Executive Officer, Logistics Trust, Inc. (“Logistics Trust”) now intends to provide consumers with an on demand mobile (SaaS) platform. The robust and flexible Doobster Platform is very user-friendly. Consumers can register and order products quickly and with confidence. Products are delivered to a consumer’s location within minutes by using smart algorithms, advanced routing, heat maps, GPS, location services and other techniques.    

But the Founder and Chief Executive Officer emphasizes, “Doobster is not Uber for marijuana; we are more than a marijuana delivery app.” The Company intends to make the term “doobster” synonymous with quality logistics and compliance facilitation services within the legal marijuana industry. Another objective of the Company is to create long-term value for its customers and business partners through the quality of its technology and services, its ability to facilitate compliance with applicable state and local laws, and its active commitment to helping customers and business partners to build wealth.

Doobster does not grow, produce, process, distribute or sell marijuana or marijuana products. As a unit of a software logistics and compliance facilitation services company, it will deliver the following commercial services:

Enable consumers to search for a Doobster-connected vendor of legal marijuana products within their local market area and state;

Enable consumers to order legal marijuana products from the inventories of a Doobster connected vendor within their local market area and state;

Enable consumers to request and receive delivery of legal marijuana products by a driver affiliated with a Doobster-connected vendor to their current location; and

Enable consumers to pay for their purchases of legal marijuana products.

Patients and Customers Can Pre-Register Here

Abadjian is passionate about making sure that all parties in the Doobster service delivery chain obtain real value from the Company’s technology and services. “This is an incredible time in our nation’s history. Cannabis has the potential to revolutionize the economy and medical establishment at local, state and national levels. We have not built a marijuana delivery app just for our benefit. My aim is people helping people. From cultivators to dispensaries to drivers to consumers to licensees to community residents to government regulators, Doobster helps to address the sociopolitical economic interests of each of those stakeholders in a harmonized manner,” says Abadjian.

Studies show that both medical and recreational marijuana users of various demographic groups, including mobility-challenged, older people, business professionals and high-profile individuals, welcome discreet and legally compliant delivery of their cannabis products. Since many local ordinances limit the number and visibility of marijuana storefronts, the Doobster Platform enables vendors and consumers to communicate with a smart device or computer and execute a state sanctioned legal marijuana transaction without the need for consumers to drive to dispensaries or wait in long lines. A post-order in-store pick-up is also an option with use of the Doobster Platform for those who may be on the go and simply want to avoid long lines and wait times.

Abadjian emphasizes, “Our Doobster Platform satisfies the desire of vendors, consumers, community residents and government officials to allow state-authorized users of legal marijuana to access products in a safe, efficient and discreet manner. The Doobster Platform also negates the debate about the perceived negative stigma associated with visible, high-profile marijuana retail storefronts. Our business model addresses the core realities of the marijuana industry – people want easy, safe, discreet and reliable access to products, communities want to maintain their family-friendly standards, vendors want an effective means to drive sales, government officials want practical ways to regulate the industry and foster tax revenue, and business professionals want entry into the industry without the risk of violating federal, state or local laws.”

One of several distinguishing factors for Doobster is its use of a license model to open new state and county territories (called “DMA’s”) and enroll state-authorized dispensaries to adopt the Doobster Platform. Licensees at the state-level and DMA-levels serve as Doobster authorized representatives, are responsible for helping to foster community relations and maintain close relationships with dispensaries, as well as the customers and communities they serve. Licensees are vetted for their customer relationship management skills, sales, marketing, business management and financial acumen, as well as their local community connections and other attributes.    

Having licensees who are well established in their communities and vested in the success of the Doobster Platform in their territories provides multiple benefits. One important benefit is that it keeps a large percentage of the income generated by the Doobster Platform within the community, which creates jobs and economic security for the community.

Our licensee model will afford local business professionals opportunities to get involved and benefit financially from the exploding legal marijuana industry without producing, handling, distributing or selling marijuana products,” says Michael Watorski, Vice President of Sales.

Licensee applications are now being accepted. Watorski has already sold several State and DMA licenses and demand has been brisk.    

“What separates us from the competition is that our licensees receive a generous percentage split of the monthly Doobster revenue” says Watorski. He adds, “In addition, all licensees are issued Company stock, allowing them to profit from the ongoing success of the Company.”

To be clear, the company is not selling stock to licensees, dispensaries, drivers, employees or other stakeholders. The Equity participation and stock issuance awards are setup similar to a hybrid loyalty program and are designed to fully comply with all federal and state securities laws.

Logistics Trust not only shares equity with State and DMA licensees, but also with its dispensaries. “We’re stepping into this industry in a very innovative way to create real separation from the competition,” says Darryl K. Henderson, J.D., Chief Operations Officer. Henderson adds, “All dispensaries that adopt and utilize the Doobster Platform will receive an equity stake in the Company. In other words, not only do we create value with the quality of our technology and services, when we prosper, our business partners and customers prosper as well.”

Abadjian is very proud of the talented and diverse team of executives, internal sales professionals, technology staff and customer support staff assembled to deliver the Doobster Platform. “Our employees are our most valuable asset. We expect them to perform to exacting standards each and every day.” Abadjian adds, “We have been fortunate to assemble an outstanding team of seasoned business professionals to execute the Doobster operations.”

Doobster is moving into 15 states, including the following:    

Alaska, Maryland, Oregon, Arizona, Massachusetts, Vermont, California, Minnesota, Washington, Colorado, New Hampshire, Illinois, New Mexico, Maine and Nevada

Apply to become a Doobster Licensee Here    

The first phase of Doobster Platform launch has begun and involves accepting applications to become State and DMA licensees. The first State in which Doobster will operate is scheduled for launch in June, with a small group of select dispensaries participating in the launch. Consumers and prospective drivers for dispensaries are strongly encouraged to pre-register on the Doobster website and will be able to check for updates as June approaches. The Company is also engaged in a continuation of its angel investor fundraising.

The Official launch date of the Doobster Platform to the public will be announced on June 1st. It will take place in states that have both legalized marijuana sales and authorized legal marijuana deliveries.

Doobster is committed to following the law to exacting standards in all of the jurisdictions where it will operate. It will only work with licensed dispensaries and lawful drivers legally allowed to carry marijuana in their states. Doobster in conjunction with their dispensary partners “always verify that the person who ordered the product is the same person who receives the delivery.” In fact the Doobster application has features built into the system to assure this is the case. In addition to following all existing state marijuana laws, Logistics Trust has an active outreach program with the stated goal of engaging regulators, legislators, policy makers and influencers at all levels and federally. The company understands that common sense regulation to accommodate the public’s demand for safe, discreet access to legal cannabis will require a lot of work and cooperation by all parties with a vested interest in the process and outcome. The company intends to help nurture those relationships and support the organizations and people working to end prohibition and enact common sense regulation and equality of opportunity in the marketplace.        

Still not convinced that Logistics Trust is a different kind of company? Here is additional proof: Until the end of June the Company is running a public contest for the design of its avatar or icon. The avatar will supplement the Company name and tagline and serve as a quick symbol of the Doobster brand, like the golden arches does for McDonald’s. Visitors to the Doobster website are invited to submit avatar designs. From June 8th to June 26th, the Company will conduct a public vote for the best avatar design. And here is the kicker: The winning avatar, to be determined by July 1st, will be awarded a block of the Company’s stock.

The Doobster Licensing and Dispensary Team can be contacted at:

Phone: 1-800-219-2797

Email: business(at)logisticstrust(dot)com

Doobster Licensing Web Site

Doobster® is the registered trademark of Logistics Trust, Inc

DebitWay Continues To Grow Its Merchant Partner Portfolio By Extending Payment Processing Service To The Medical Field

Montreal, Quebec (PRWEB) May 14, 2015

The Montreal, Quebec, Canada based payment service provider (PSP), DebitWay, has refined its family of online payment processing services to tailor the medicinal marijuana industry. Since announcing it foray into the medicinal industry this past March, DebitWay has continued to refine its payment processing service in order to make online medical purchases as easy as possible.

On March 26, 2015, DebitWay announced a partnership with Vancouver based non-profit medicinal marijuana dispensary; MedPotNow. In so doing, DebitWay opened the doors to providing similar industry eMerchants the safe, trusted and reliable payment service processing that the Canadian PSP has been offering its merchant partners for over a decade.

“Since our publication on March 26th, wherein we announced that DebitWay comfortably provides Direct Debit Transfer (DDT®) payment processing service, amongst other payment methods found in the DebitWay family…” said Director of Business Development & Production Rod Tomita “… I am please to report that we are continuing to work with MedPotNow and are diligently treating (and accepting) new eMerchant applications.”

When reached for comment Rod Tomita was pleased to add that in addition to DDT®, DebitWay has also tailored their family of online payment options to also incorporate Credit Card Processing (CCP®) to help assuage the medicinal marijuana industry.

DebitWay continues to forge new merchant partnerships and continue to provide turnkey payment processing set ups to those eMerchants who require it. In adding the medicinal marijuana industry to their ever growing portfolio of eMerchants partners, DebitWay now boasts merchant partnerships in diverse market verticals; social gaming, replica furniture, digital currency and medicinal marijuana to name but 4.

Added Rod Tomita, “At DebitWay our goal continues to be providing eMerchants with the payment services that they require and that most fit their needs.”

Headquartered in Montreal, Canada, since 2004, DebitWay continues to be one of the leading Certified Payment Service Providers in the world, as well as a Payment Provider of INTERAC® Online in Canada. DebitWay merchant partners continue to benefit of being able to accept bank payments in real-time instantly.

Interac and the Interac logo are trade-marks of Interac Inc. The Interac Online Payment service is owned and operated by Acxsys Corporation.

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Wedding Legalities

Having a lot in mind for your wedding? Dont fret for all your answers are here!

Guthrie Castle provides you with everything you will need on that special day making you only worry about showing up. You will be advised from the wedding tips to the legal papers and work that you need to do to make certain that every will work out well.

Couples are advised to get a hold of a marriage notice form that can be acquired from the Registrars office or can be downloaded from the official government site of Scotland at By doing this, couples are certain that neither of them is tied by another marriage and this has to be done four to six weeks before the wedding is done.
Throughout the United Kingdom and the British Crown dependencies, a person can get married at the legal age of 16. Some countries ask for parental consent for minors who are planning to get married. Marriages in Scotland require both the couple to be 16 years old so as not to need a parental consent. Couples should not also be related with each other if they do not want their marriage to be null and void. You must both me unmarried and if either has been previously married, the party involved should provide certain documents making sure that the previous marriage is not recognized by the courts anymore. Couples are also given the ultimatum to prove that they are not of the same sex and both are capable of understanding the nature, rights and responsibilities of being married and of the ceremony that will take place. If the couple lives outside the United Kingdom, their marriage in Scotland must be regarded as valid in their respective country. This will not be a problem since most countries do recognize marriages in Scotland legal.

Guthrie castle follows Scotlands laws on marriages and caters to couples choice in having either religious or humanist or civil ceremonies. Guthrie Castle wedding coordinators on the other hand will make sure that everything is handled well including the return of your schedule as civil weddings should be confirmed by the licensed hotel.

Nothing will be a problem as long as you get all these done and be married to the person you truly love. Make everything turn out right and celebrate your love at Guthrie Castle.
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ACMT Seminar in Forensic Toxicology to Focus on Marijuana and Alcohol

Phoenix, Arizona (PRWEB) May 19, 2015

The American College of Medical Toxicology (ACMT) will offer a course entitled A Legal “PotPourri” on December 9-10, 2015 in Denver, Colorado. This course is part of ACMT’s educational series ‘Seminars in Forensic Toxicology’ and will take place at the Marriott City Center. The conference will consist of two parts, with single day registration available. Day 1 will focus on a spectrum of medicolegal concepts related to medicinal and recreational use of cannabis. As more states legalize marijuana, new and complicated issues related to increased use and availability arise. The conference will address public health issues such as childhood exposures, as well as describe the legal framework for civil tort and criminal cases involving impairment. Related topics such as marijuana alternatives and interpretation of post-mortem laboratory values will also be discussed.

Day 2 explores the intricacies involved in interpreting clinical and laboratory information relating to ethanol. The conference will emphasize practical issues faced by toxicology consultants, such as dram shop laws, postmortem toxicokinetics, and presenting the concepts underlying ethanol tolerance to the lay public. An expert panel will also lead participants in an evaluation of fatalities attributed to prescription medication. Collaborative sessions will focus on providing expert testimony and developing sound expert reports. According to Charles McKay, MD, Vice President of ACMT, “This course promises to be another great opportunity to evaluate the science and communication skills so important to our forensic toxicology practices. In particular, the chance to discuss marijuana issues with medical, forensic, and research toxicology experts is very timely.”

The course will be of value and interest to medical and forensic professionals who provide consultation to patients, clinicians, attorneys, and others needing expert advice. This Seminar in Forensic Toxicology will use a variety of formats, including case based didactics, breakout groups, and panel discussions, to maximize learning and engagement. ACMT has had great success in developing programs for medical, clinical, analytical, and other forensic toxicologists. A Legal “PotPourri” will be ACMT’s sixth Seminar in Forensic Toxicology. Lewis Nelson, MD, co-organizer of the conference reports “Collaboration with like-minded professionals benefits everyone by providing different perspectives on overlap issues. These cutting edge topics are particularly relevant given the complexity of applying clinical science in a legal context.”


About The American College of Medical Toxicology

ACMT is a professional, non-profit association of physicians with recognized expertise in medical toxicology. The ACMT mission is to advance quality care of poisoned patients and public health through physicians who specialize in consultative, emergency, environmental, forensic, and occupational toxicology. For more information, visit, or follow on Twitter @acmt.