The Marijuana Show, a reality cable TV show called “Shark Tank for Ganjapreneurs” by CNBC, is holding auditions for Season 3 in Seattle.
According to the show's producers, auditions will be held at the Cannabis Tech Meetup, February 3, at Club Sur at 7:30 PM in conjunction with the Seattle Cannabis Tech group meeting.
The first season offered $5 million and second season offered over $10 million. Producers are interested in cannabis, hemp, technology, ancillary, dispensaries and grows.
“Come pitch or judge to help decide who will get to pitch accredited investors and star in season three," said producer Wendy Robbins. "We wanted to create a power to the people pitch so we can involve the community to find the next marijuana millionaires.”
“This will be our most exciting season since we have access to amazing investors and will search the country finding the most innovative and lucrative businesses," said producer Karen Paull. "This season we also are able to offer loans to established businesses.”
Over the next six months, the show’s producers will be hosting live auditions in select cities including Portland, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Denver, Dallas, Austin, Boston, Washington DC, New York and Florida to find the next group of contenders. Two Minute Online pitches can be uploaded and voted on at www.grreenequitymedia.com.