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Groundbreaking festival collaborates with premier CBD dispensary

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to bring an amazing product that tells an even greater story.

Deep Tropics is a music, art & style festival co-founded by Nashville raised twin brothers Blake & Joel Atchison. In the wake of public health concerns, Deep Tropics 2020 was postponed like other live events around the globe. The brother’s best friend, Jackson Campbell owns Perfect Plant ™Hemp Co, which has an online store along with two Music City retail locations. These fellow small-business owners sought a creative means in which to aid each other’s companies and their supporters. After much reflection Campbell, Atchison brothers, and their respective teams co-created a unique product that shares their story, while offering some peace of mind. 

They produced 1000 Limited Edition Premium CBD Pre-Roll packs. They feature the “Carolina” strain of hemp flower grown by Tennessee farmers at Volunteer Hemp who won the 2019 Southern Champions Cup. It just so happens that the founders of Deep Tropics and Perfect Plant first met in the mountains of North Carolina over 18 years ago. Each pack comes with five (5) high CBD (21%) pre-rolls in a beautiful collectors box that features the story of these pioneering friends, as well as a chance to win free tickets to Deep Tropics 2021. That is right, they have stashed ten “golden tickets” throughout the inventory that offers the winners a complimentary “Tropical Traveller PLUS” experience” at Deep Tropics August 27-28. 

Just like the festival, these pre-rolls are meant to inspire and help you enjoy the moment. They are based around tales of friendship, adventure and transformation. Share these pre-rolls with your loved ones, go on an adventure, and create your own amazing stories to tell! 

Available for purchase here.

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