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These 4 States Could Approve Adult-Use in November 2020

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The 2020 election in the United States will be a turning point for Americans in many walks of life, and the cannabis industry is no different. Four states have the opportunity to legalize adult-use cannabis thanks to ballot initiatives passed earlier this year.

Consumers in these states will no doubt desire high-end cannabis products like ice water hash and solventless concentrates, should voters decide to approve these measures. Each of these four states reached this point in their unique ways, but one thing holds – the people have spoken, and they believe it’s time to decide on recreational laws in their state.

Arizona – Passed Adult Use

After an adult-use measure failed to pass in Arizona in 2016, it’s back on the general election ballot in 2020. This year’s initiative, Prop 207: The Smart and Safe Arizona act, was led by the group Smart and Safe Arizona. State officials qualified Prop 207 for this year’s ballot on August 10.

If passed, adults aged 21 and older would be legally able to possess up to one ounce of cannabis with up to 5 grams of concentrates. Possession of over an ounce but under 2.5 ounces would be considered a petty offense. The offense would likely result in a fine for the offender. Possessing more than 2.5 ounces is an arrestable offense, although at this time, it is unclear if the crime would be for simple possession or for possession with intent to deliver.

Residents who live alone could legally grow up to 6 plants, while homes with two or more adults grow up to 12 plants. An excise tax of 16% would be placed on the sale of cannabis products when dispensaries open on April 5, 2021, at the latest.

Cannabis consumption is permitted only in residents’ privacy – not in public places such as sidewalks and parks. Consuming in public would also be considered a petty offense. Operating any motor vehicle (even a boat or a plane) while high would be a punishable offense under the state’s zero-tolerance policy. Edibles would be capped at 10mg, with packages of edibles limited to a total of 100mg.

Connoisseurs in the Grand Canyon state already have a love for solventless extractions and similar products like ice water hash. However, interest from multiple state operators (MSOs) to establish dispensaries isn’t as high as other states because it is hard to get a license in Arizona.

The quick turnaround in states like Arizona, making a speedy transition from medical to possible recreational, reflects a fundamental shift in attitudes towards cannabis that Americans now have. According to the Pew Research Center, this rapid shift in state cannabis markets is thanks to a change in public perception, as 67 percent of Americans now favor legal cannabis.

If Prop 207 passes in Arizona, it is likely to infuriate one prohibitionist in particular – former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio. Arpaio lost to his former deputy in his run for reelection as sheriff. Although Arpaio claimed to support medical cannabis “kind of,” NORML gave the former sheriff an F grade on cannabis policy because the former Sheriff “has one of the worst records on cannabis justice in the history of American politics.”

New Jersey – Passed Adult Use

Although most cannabis legalization policy initiatives are qualified via signatures, New Jersey is unique. Voters will decide this year on Public Question 1. If passed, an amendment will be made to the state constitution legalizing cannabis for adults 21 and over. If approved, the Garden State will become the third in the northeast U.S. to legalize adult use. The state commission overseeing the sale of medical cannabis would also oversee the adult-use market.

Massachusetts was first in the Northeast to legalize adult-use, with sales becoming fully operational as of November 2018. Voters in Vermont decided they wanted legal cannabis in July of 2018, becoming the second in the Northeast to do so, but recreational sales have not yet gone into effect. If passed, sales in New Jersey could become operational faster than most states because policymakers laid out legal weed sales last year – with the Assembly falling short of passing the law by only five votes.

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Nicholas Scutari (D) introduced the previous legalization bill that narrowly failed to pass. Still, he believes New Jersey can be “a leader” in the Northeast for recreational sales, according to Marijuana Moment.

“Public Question No. 1 would also create a legalized cannabis marketplace overseen by the State’s Cannabis Regulatory Commission,” the Senator added.

New Jersey’s people overwhelmingly support legal cannabis, with seven out of ten voters polled indicating as such earlier this summer. Another more recent poll showed voters supporting the measure by a ratio of 2 to 1. One of the more notable of those with roots in the garden state showing public support for the effort is filmmaker Kevin Smith, well-known for his films Clerks, Dogma, and the Jay and Silent Bob movies.

Despite this overwhelming support, 70 municipalities already said no to legal sales in their area. NJ.com reports that police in the state are still making 100 simple possession arrests a day, of which a disproportionate number are people of color.

Montana – Passed Adult Use

In June, Montana activists collected a total of more than 130,000 signatures from supporting voters, qualifying two state ballot initiatives. Statutory Initiative 190 would legalize, regulate, and tax cannabis in the state, as well as the possession and consumption of limited amounts. The MT Department of Revenue would oversee the licensing and regulation of sales, cultivation, and transport of cannabis products.

Activists with the organization New Approach Montana spearheaded the legalization campaign and the two ballot initiatives, saying that taxes and fees could generate about $48 million a year by 2025. If passed, a 20% tax would be placed on non-medical cannabis sales in Montana, with particular revenue accounts for conservation programs, substance abuse treatment, and veterans’ services.

However, there is a bit of a snag in the legalization efforts of the people of Montana. The state constitution defines people over 18 and older as adults, “except that the legislature or the people by initiative may establish the legal age of purchasing, consuming, or possessing alcoholic beverages,” according to New Approach MT.

For the legalization of adult-use to happen in Montana, Constitutional Initiative 118 would have to pass, which would allow the state legislature to establish the legal age of purchasing and consuming cannabis. The second initiative stipulates that only persons 21 or older in Montana can consume cannabis.

Opponents of the two ballot questions, Wrong for Montana, attempted a last-minute lawsuit, arguing to the state Supreme Court that the initiatives violated state law by appropriating money to particular programs. The Supreme Court rejected the suiters’ petition, stating that they failed to demonstrate reasons to move the case to the high court urgently. Such claims must first be heard by the state trial and appeals courts.

As such, Montana citizens will vote on the two initiatives as planned.

South Dakota – Passed Both Medical and Adult Use

South Dakota could create history if it passes two cannabis-related ballot questions.

Led by policy reform activists from the groups South Dakotans for Better Marijuana Laws and New Approach South Dakota, voters will decide on whether to enact into law both medical and recreational cannabis simultaneouslyMeasure 26 would establish a medical cannabis program for patients with qualifying conditions with doctors’ recommendations. Constitutional Amendment A would establish regulation and licensing for the sale of cannabis to adults 21 and older for recreational purposes, as well as protect medical patients’ access to plant medicine.

If enough voters say yes to amendment A and Measure 26, South Dakota could become the first state to pass recreational and medical at the same time. The unprecedented occurrence would come during an unparalleled year and create an uncharted path in American cannabis laws. If both ballot measures pass, South Dakota officials would have to establish regulations and policies for two emerging markets simultaneously.

South Dakota’s medical cannabis program appears to have garnered much voter support, including an ad from a retired state police officer. However, there isn’t as much support for the recreational market, which could fail and possibly be voted on again in 2022 and 2024. The most prominent legalization opponent is South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem (R), who appeared in an ad from the No Way On Amendment A committee. The governor says she’s heard from law enforcement and addiction counselors who favor the continued prohibition of cannabis.

As the legal Marijuana business continues to grow by leaps and bounds, it is expected to run into some difficulty in the more conservative states.  Overall the Cannabis display case industry is growing extremely fast and our company is in the middle of hiring additional carpenters and glass and aluminum specialist to meet the demand.

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Balancing Compliance With Environmental Sustainability

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While it’s important for the legal cannabis industry to ensure patients have access to medicine, push for policy that removes the plant from the purview of law enforcement, and proactively address the harms of the drug war, there’s one area of social justice that directly impacts the lives of every human: protecting the environment.

From increased awareness of illegal trespass grows to the importance of sustainable farming practices and much more, cannabis business owners and operators must find a way to prioritize environmental sustainability while also building a viable industry. In this post, we explore why tackling plastic packaging and the waste from vape products is the first order of business.

The Plastic & E-Waste Problem

E-cigarettes and cannabis vaping have increased in popularity over the last decade. As a result, there’s an even greater burden on the environment with batteries, pods, and pens winding up in landfill and increasing the risk of ground and water contamination. Between China’s role as the epicenter of vape component manufacturing, and legal cannabis existing under state-led regulatory structures as opposed to federal legalization, there is no central recycling or other disposal program in place to help consumers understand how to properly dispose of e-waste.

At the same time, legal markets mandating the use of single-use, child-resistant, and other protective packaging in addition to exit bags at retail has contributed to the industry’s continued reliance upon plastic, despite the rampant pollution it causes.

Exploring Solutions

These realities underscore the critical need for the industry to seek out innovative solutions that balance legal compliance with environmental sustainability. Companies have started sourcing other materials for their packaging designs including glass, hemp, and even plastic removed from the ocean. On the retail side, some stores have activated loyalty programs to encourage customers to return packaging to the store for recycling. And individual jurisdictions have started educating consumers about what’s recyclable, reusable, or trash from their cannabis product packaging.

Driven in part by the coronavirus outbreak placing Chinese manufacturing on hold, cannabis companies are already looking to American sources for managing possible lapses in the supply chain. If adopted on a larger scale, with time, the move could ultimately shift vape manufacturing to the U.S., making it possible to create a system of domestic production in which setting and enforcing national guidelines for environmental sustainability will be the utmost priority.

Join us for many educational panels on these topics the upcoming Cannabis Business Summit in San Francisco, happening September 29 – October 1, 2020 at Moscone Center. The National Cannabis Industry Association started advocating for a responsible cannabis industry a decade ago, and in celebration of its 10th year, NCIA brings its business-to-business cannabis tradeshow to the birthplace of the medical cannabis movement. Cannabis business owners and operators won’t want to miss this opportunity to meet industry leaders, explore products and services to help grow their business, and learn the latest insights from the industry’s largest and most influential trade association.

 

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Creating Content For Your Cannabis Drinks Brand

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The pandemic is pausing a lot of things in our brands, but what we can still do is create effective content for our audience. Here’s how.
The country is slowly going on lockdown, one state after another – and people are very actively following social distancing due to the Covid-19 outbreak. As of now, this is affecting a lot of brands as production is lowering, sales are lowering, and there isn’t really much a brand can do at their workplace right now.
However, as a brand, gaining visibility is one of the most important things in this day and age. Digital visibility is what builds brands – and during this time, when there isn’t anything else you can do with your brand, you can focus on building visibility for your brand.
One of the best ways to gain visibility for your brand is by providing your audience top-quality content to engage them with so that your brand is radiated into them and the next time they’re shopping for a canna-bev, they go ‘yes, this is the brand I want to try’.
Yes, we know creating content can be tough, but that’s what we’re here to help you with. Let’s get into the content train and take a trip on how to create effective content for your cannabis drinks brand.
1. Define your audience
Before you go ahead and create any sort of content, you need to know who your audience is. Who are you selling your cannabis drinks to? Are you targeting a younger generation? Or are you going for the more middle-aged group? It’s important to know your target audience because your content is going to be based around that.
Think about it this way, if you’re targeting a drinker between the ages of 21-30, and you create a video about something to do with the 70s, then they definitely aren’t going to relate. Similarly, if you have an older audience and you create content around a TV show that they probably won’t watch, then your content is going to be of waste as well.
So, the best thing to do is first think of your audience. Who do you want drinking your cannabis beverages? Who is going to be drinking it? And why are they going to be drinking it? This way, you’ll know exactly who to create content for.
• Differentiate your brand
As a brand, to grab an audience, you need to stand out. The only way you’re going to stand out in front of your audience is if you’re offering them something different from other brands out there – especially your competitors.
Your customers don’t want the same Simpsons meme that every second cannabis beverage brand is probably creating. Give them something different. Why is your product different? And how are you going to offer your customers something completely different from other brands? That’s what will catch their eye, and that’s how you will gain visibility – and in turn, higher sales as well.
You want people not only to recognize you, but also remember you – and differentiating yourself from other brands is what is going to help with that.
• Making a mark in the consumer’s eyes
There’s a lot of content going around on the internet, so how are you going to make sure that your content is drilled into your customer’s eyes and mind? How are you going to make sure that they remember your brand out of the hundred posts they saw on social media today?
Show your audience who you are, over and over again, but in different ways. Talk about your products in different ways, you can do podcasts, or product reviews. Tell your brand’s story to your audience. Customers usually relate to a brand through their story. Talk about solutions that your brand can offer. All in all, make your brand prominent in front of the consumer.
In the end, it all boils down to, what can you do to make sure your consumers remember you? Is there something in your logo that is going to stand out? Or is it your messaging?
Here’s how you can make a mark:
Podcasts – people are constantly listening to podcasts right now. Create a podcast for your brand where you tell your story, talk about your cannabis beverages, and engage with your audience. You can even do a q&a on your podcast with your audience.
Blogs – use blogs to leverage traction on your website. Make sure you have a website! Write about your products, do interviews with different people in your brands. You can also write blogs about people talking about your cannabis beverages. Share your success stories. This will make people trust your brand a little more.
Online tastings and reviews – Do an online tasting. Not everyone can come out and taste your beverages due to the pandemic, so do it for them – or get an influencer to do it for you. People listen to influencers and do what they are doing. Taste your drinks in a video, tell your audience how the drink tastes, tell them what they can eat with it, how much they can drink, and how they can drink it. This will make them eager to try out your cannabis beverages.
Infographics – develop infographics about your products, how to drink, what to drink it with. Information is something that customers are always looking for.
• Invest in promoting your content
You’re creating valuable content alright, but if no one is going to see it, then what’s the point?
When you create your content, whether it’s blogs, videos, or anything else, you need to go the extra mile to make sure others can see it.
Allocate a budget for promoting your content on social media. For most people, social media has become a way of life, and if they see your content on their feeds constantly, it’s going to drill into their minds pretty well. So run ads and boosts on social media so people can see your brand.

Minority Cannabis Business Association

The Minority Cannabis Business Association is taking a multi-pronged approach to support more women and people of color in the cannabis industry.
Through economic empowerment, community reinvestment, restorative justice, and education and research, this non-profit is committed to including communities of color in a post-prohibition future.
What is the Minority Cannabis Business Association?
The Minority Cannabis Business Association or MCBA is a not for profit organization located in Oregon that was created to progress the cannabis industry by increasing the diversity of business owners, employees, and even consumers.
MCBA Co-founder Dr. Tiffany Bowden refers to herself as “inclusionist”. To paraphrase her own definition, “inclusionist” means actualizing a world that works for everybody by identifying and interrogating different equity measures and improving conditions for the most structurally disadvantaged. She sees education, networking, business mentorship, policy work, and corrections in the justice system as an ecosystem of goals capable of advancing the cause of greater diversity and inclusion in the cannabis industry, from seed to sale.
Their mission is to create equal success for cannabusinesses and promotes economic empowerment for communities of color.
Individuals and corporations in the cannabis industry or interested in entering the industry have a lot to gain from membership and participation with MCBA.
MCBA Objectives
The MCBA has 3 objectives that they live by. These objectives are what drives the Minority Cannabis Business associations to promote equality in the cannabis industry.
• ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT: Increase the number and success of minority business owners and career professionals by assuring equal access to industry opportunity and promoting positive practices
• SOCIAL JUSTICE: Assist in reducing the number of people imprisoned with non-violent cannabis offenses and ensure people with non-violent cannabis offenses have fair access to the cannabis industry
• PATIENT/CONSUMER AWARENESS: Increase knowledge in minority communities on how cannabis can be an effective medicine and safe consumer good
Minority Cannabis History
The recent history of cannabis in the United States is predominantly a history of prohibition and racist abuse of people of color by law enforcement, the criminal justice system, and society. The opportunity to consume or produce any cannabis product only became legal for medical use in California in 1996, following decades of terror and grossly disproportionate incarceration of people of color.
Because the legal expansion of the cannabis industry is now happening on a state by state basis, there are different regulatory and cost burdens imposed on different aspects of cannabis businesses. The ongoing federal criminalization of cannabis imposes a significant level of risk in entering the industry. Staying in the industry means staying on the right side of the law. These barriers to entry and the specter of criminal enforcement, already disproportionately imposed on people of color, suppress racial diversity in legal cannabis businesses.
The Minority Cannabis Business Association was created in 2015 in order to mitigate these inequities through both direct and indirect support of women and people of color.
How to Join MCBA
In exchange for its members’ contributions, MCBA offers a litany of educational materials, events, networking opportunities, and high levels of engagement with other cannabis industry professionals. Individuals and companies who wish to contribute and participate can choose from several levels of membership, detailed at the MCBA website. Each category of membership contains tiered levels, in which the benefits of membership accumulate and increase with higher levels of contribution.
Individual Memberships include:
• Supporter—For $100 annually, individual Supporter members receive free access to online educational resources. Live online events with industry experts, monthly digital newsletter, breaking news, advance notice of MCBA networking events, and a lapel pin are all included at this level.
• Advocate—In addition to the benefits of a Supporter membership, Advocate members receive complimentary tickets to MCBA events and the opportunity to work in a committee, all for $500 annually or $50 monthly.
• Professional—Individual professional members also receive a digital badge to display on their websites and the opportunity to participate in MCBA Lobby Days for $1,000 annually or $100 monthly.
Corporate Memberships include:
• Ally—For $2,500 annually, corporate Ally members receive all the same benefits as individual Professional members, plus their company logo on the MCBA website.
• Advisor—Corporate Advisor members also get the opportunity to cultivate a topic for one educational story in the MCBA newsletter, at a cost of $5,000 annually.
• Champion—The Champion membership level adds the opportunity for an executive to appear in MCBA’s 1-minute mentor series, for $10,000 annually.
• Influencer—For $25,000 annually, the Influencer membership adds a year-long, cultivated social media campaign.
• Game Changer—Game Changer members, for $50,000 annually, also receive invitation-only federal lobbying update calls, participation in MCBA’s Bi-Annual Mastermind Session, and direct access to the MCBA federal lobbying team.
• Power Player—Power Player members contribute $100,000 annually. In addition to all the benefits of the Game Changer membership, they receive access to a customized Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion road map; an MCBA curated event and party at its headquarters or an external location; a quarterly Executive Update call; and inclusion in flagship programming such as expungement clinics.
Economic Empowerment Through Management and Startup Consulting
The MCBA economically empowers aspiring cannabis entrepreneurs on the legal and regulatory environments in the states where they plan to operate.
The organization stays current on every idiosyncratic legal detail to ensure its members can be confident in their business operations. Direct management and startup consultancy and business coaching are available for entrepreneurs and small businesses. Professional advice might involve any area of the business, at any point in its development. Marketing research, branding and sales strategy are all critical areas of small business development beyond its initial application and establishment. MCBA organizes state to state education expos, job fairs, and career fairs where people interested in any aspect of the cannabis business—from seed to sale—can meet, find job opportunities, and develop referral networks.
Economic Empowerment Through Engagement
At several membership levels, MCBA members have opportunities to steer the conversation.
They can work with MCBA to develop topics published in the newsletter, participate in working committees, collaborate with the organization’s executives, and influence its lobbying activities. In creating these opportunities, MCBA facilitates entrepreneurs and industry professionals in teaching and learning together about the most cutting edge factors affecting their businesses. It also builds solidarity and leverage within the cannabis industry that it can use to develop better laws and policies.
Education and Research Through Representation
Within ostensibly positive and non-judgmental cannabis industry publications, people of color—especially Black and Latino people—are often portrayed as rastas and rappers.
While these types of personas can be authentic and appealing, they are also stereotyped as consumers or “users,” which can reinforce racist stigma both inside and outside the industry. MCBA’s educational goals go beyond business consulting and into diversifying the image of people of color in the cannabis industry.
This includes developing profiles and highlighting people of color who own and manage cannabis businesses.
Restorative Justice Work
Most states that have legalized marijuana have not included automatic retroactive measures to address its past criminalization. People of color have been historically more heavily policed—more frequently stopped, arrested, and convicted of marijuana possession or distribution. In fully legalized states, criminal records still keep a disproportionate number of people of color out of the legal cannabis industry. On top of that, past convictions can cause individuals to be disenfranchised—to lose their right to vote—in some states.
Even in states that do not disenfranchise for all felonies, people with past convictions often believe that they have lost the right to vote. Leaving past marijuana convictions intact chills voting participation by individuals who have fulfilled all their obligations to the state.
One of the cumulative effects of the War on Drugs is that it wrongfully and immorally stifled millions of individuals’ ability to participate in democratic processes. Had these voices been included in elections and public bodies, the federal government and states might already have moved policy away from retribution and incarceration in general, and away from cannabis prohibition.
Perhaps subconsciously affirming the true goals of the War on Drugs and “tough on crime” rhetoric, in states where marijuana is not yet legal to produce or possess, law enforcement actually increased its targeting and prosecuting people of color for non-violent crimes related to marijuana. The MCBA works to support criminal record expungement, which in most cases also means the reinstatement of voting rights.
Community Reinvestment Through Policy
It has been clear for decades that marijuana poses far fewer risks to users compared to other substances, including legal prescription medications. The real risks to individuals who use or possess marijuana are by-products of its legal prohibition and the militarization of police in the U.S.
The risks to non-users are also by-products of prohibition. Families lost wage earners, individuals lost housing and job opportunities, and entire communities have been destabilized by prohibition. Including women and people of color in the cannabis industry means ensuring that, for example, tax revenue from cannabis businesses goes to rebuild the communities that endured the most harm due to prohibition.
The legacy of the federal War on Drugs is one of failure, racist moral panic, and willful obliviousness to evidence-based harm reduction strategies. As states and the U.S. advance beyond this mindset, it is critical to correct the harms and abandon the stereotypes attached to that legacy.
MCBA lobbies the federal government for law and policy changes in the long term to eliminate the stigma of criminality that burdens people of color in the cannabis industry. It also created model municipal and state legislation to advance equity as legalization advances.
MCBA members have a significant opportunity to contribute to the substance of these efforts and lead their own businesses to resilient success. Anyone interested in justice issues and the cannabis industry would benefit from joining.

CORONAVIRUS COVID-19 at McCormick Place

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As you may know, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is responding to an outbreak of respiratory disease caused by a coronavirus. The virus has been detected in numerous locations internationally, including in the United States. As coronavirus continues to spread across the country and world, we wanted to reach out to you regarding preparations underway at McCormick Place. The number one priority for the team at McCormick Place is the health and safety of our campus guests. We have no reason to believe coronavirus is present on our campus but will immediately inform our guests if we have reason to believe otherwise. We are working closely with public health officials to follow all recommendations and best practices regarding the virus. There have been no disruptions to any of the operations on our campus. We are more than happy to work with you to develop plans and procedures specific to your event. We have also already taken several steps, including:
• Increased cleaning – Our janitorial team adheres to the recommendations set forth in the U.S. EPA’s Emerging Pathogen Policy regarding cleaning disinfectants. We are using Virex II 256, a recommended hospital-grade disinfectant, for cleaning.
• In addition to the restrooms, we are using Virex II 256 on the high touch areas, such as:
o Handrails
o All info desks
o All entrance revolving door handles, main door handles, and push bars
o Public furniture
o Water fountains
o High-touch points in meeting rooms (door handles, podiums, etc.)
• Increased hand sanitizer stations. We now have more hand sanitizer stations at high traffic locations. These stations are mobile, allowing us to deploy them based on the event schedules and traffics.
• Staff training – All McCormick Place Security, Fire Safety, EMT and paramedic personnel have guidelines from our medical advisor on how to recognize possible symptoms of Coronavirus. In addition, our First Aid staff has received precautionary training in the event a guest came to our attention with Coronavirus-like symptoms.
• Increased the outside air intake/air change rate during event hours.
If you have questions about your specific event, please contact your Event Manager. For more information, please review our Coronavirus Frequently Asked Questions.
Protecting yourself from the virus
Some ways to protect yourself against coronavirus include:
• Avoid contact with people who are sick
• Stay home if you are sick
• Avoid touching your eyes, mouth, or nose
• Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue and immediately dispose of the tissue
• Clean and disinfect regularly touched objects and services
• Frequently wash your hands with soap and water
• Frequently use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol
For more information on protecting yourself from coronavirus, please review the information provided by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
About Coronavirus
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is responding to an outbreak of respiratory disease caused by a coronavirus. In December 2019, a new kind of coronavirus, COVID-19, was identified as the cause of various cases of pneumonia in Wuhan City, Hubei Province of China. The virus has been detected in 50 areas internationally, including the United States. The virus is thought to be spread from person-to-person, particularly between people who are in close contact with one another (within about 6 feet of each other).

All our display cases are customizable.

All our display cases are customizable.

Just contact us, one of our representatives will assist you. We manufacture display cases according to detailed rendered 3D drawings that are forwarded to the customer for prior approval.

If you have a specific idea, all you have to do is send it to us. Deliver a drawing with size and layout requirements and tell us what color and finishes you wish your display to have.

Using 3D design software, we will provide you with a fully dimensioned CAD drawing for your approval.

Once the order confirmation and drawings are approved and signed off by the customer the display cases are then manufactured.  And just before shipping, our customers receive photographs of their displays before they leave one of our manufacturing facilities.

 

Corner display cases

Corner display cases are quite popular because they are excellent choice for distribution and saving space in your store, with the cost of retail space going up more and more retailers are looking for creative ways to increase their displaying space at a lower cost.

Manufactured with high quality materials, store designers can choose between a classic look by having them manufactured in solid wood veneer with a stain or can opt for a very modern feel should they want to have them sprayed in a vivid color finish.

They are clean looking, and you can customize size and shape. You can add as many shelves as you need.

The merchandise is easily accessible with the use of tempered glass and lockable hinged doors as well as sliding doors. Our locking mechanisms are effective, easy to operate and absolutely safe.

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Trophy display cases

Display your prizes and awards in our custom made Trophy Display Cases. Manufactured with the finest finishes and top quality materials with several fixtures that’ll make them as unique and functional as you wish.

Since our Trophy Display Cases are customized in size and shape you can adapt to any item, and with a wide variety of colors and fixtures you can achieve that sophisticated taste you are looking for. For more information, please contact us!

Counter display cases

Our counter display cases are manufactured  with extruded aluminum of the highest quality, it can be custom made in size and shape,  featuring led lighting, levelers, locks, sliding doors and different finishes.Counter display cases are very popular in retail stores for displaying merchandise and keeping register stand.

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Jewelry Display Cases

Selling your jewelry pieces was never easier, gracefully display your merchandise in our custom made Jewelry  Display Cases.

We manufacture with high quality materials, keeping that elegant taste that your exhibition pieces need.
Remember all our Jewelry Display Cases are protected against manufacturing defects.

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