PRIME HARVEST SPONSORED THE FIRST EVENT OF ITS KIND IN SAN DIEGO: CANNABIS4THECAUSE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
December 18, 2017
San Diego, CA— PRIME HARVEST a Key Sponsor the first event of its kind in San Diego announces Cannabis4theCause to become an annual event!
Prime Harvest, a sponsor of The Community Alliance Program (CAP), successfully hosted its first Cannabis4TheCause: PTSD & CTE/Brain Damage Discussions and Fine Art Fundraising Gala on December 9, 2017.
The day began with Discussions on PTSD and CTE/Brain Damage, which was the first time that the attributes of medical cannabis were presented at San Diego State University in San Diego, California. The evening Fundraiser Gala and Fine Art Auction was well attended by medical and cannabis industry professionals in addition to numerous supporters of this community outreach program.
“Business, civic, and community leaders gathered to raise funds for our communities most critical needs and to invest in cannabinoid research and educational programs”, says Prime Harvest COO, John R Kazanjian. “We look forward to presenting annual educational discussions free to the public on other conditions where sufferers may benefit from the medicinal attributes of cannabis including immune deficiency, epilepsy, cancer, and more.”
The daytime event featured key-note speakers Kyle Turley, Brian Krumm, Ken Sobel and Nurse Heather Manus to discuss treatment with cannabis. Mike Garson, David Bowie’s lifetime keyboardist, and his Mike Garson Quartet provided musical entertainment during the evening gala. Artists participating in the Art Auction included Mark Lewis, John Kazanjian, Nic McGuire, and Chris Green among others.
“This event brought insight to those facing PTSD in understanding that medical cannabis has numerous beneficial medical applications,” added Community Alliance Program Marketing & Advocacy Coordinator Johann Balbuena.
The Community Alliance Program (CAP) is an association of businesses, groups, and individuals with one common goal: to improve lives by meeting our communities most critical needs, and to invest in cannabinoid research and educational programs.