Denver, CO, April 11, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Between the April 20 kickoff of the fifth-annual Cannabis Cup quickly approaching and Colorado’s progressive laws surrounding marijuana, people are flocking to the Centennial State in record numbers.
Tourism in Colorado—especially in the greater Denver area—has skyrocketed since the passing of those laws. Yet, according to a January 2014 report by the New York Daily News, there are only 600 hotel rooms in the area that permit smoking.
Created by a group of diverse professionals with more than five decades of experience in various fields, airTHC fills that unmet demand for places to stay by connecting people looking to visit—and smoke—in Colorado with local residents who have marijuana-friendly rentals to offer.
“Responsible adults want to visit and contribute to local economies in Colorado while being able to unwind after a day of fishing, hiking, skiing or snowboarding with a good smoke, and there simply isn’t enough supply to meet that demand. airTHC’s goal is to fill that void,” said Co-Founder Greg Drinkwater.
Currently only open to Colorado residents that would like to list their properties for rent, with a full rollout scheduled for April 20, interested parties can visit airTHC.com for more information.