Announces 2 Year Birthday Party for Industry at January Hash Bash, Colorado's leading cannabis technology agency, announced plans to throw their 2012 birthday party, January 29th, at Denver's "Hash Bash." Medical marijuana patients and even non-patients are invited to attend the industry extravaganza, featuring music from Cannapages' own editorial staff, and donated dispensary products for patients to sample.

Denver, CO, December 31, 2011 --( will celebrate 2 years with the industry on January 29th, at the Hash Bash in Denver, company representatives announced Tuesday. The cannabis technology agency, which has played an integral role in piecing together Colorado's fragmented cannabis industry, is inviting both patients and non-patients to the affair. A family band, consisting mostly of Cannapages editors, will also perform as part of the night's entertainment.

Two years of development have helped solidify Cannapages as the driving technology behind local and national MMJ industry groups, brands, media, political campaigns and patient outreach. Each of their strategic partners will be represented at the party, set to begin 6PM Sunday at Denver's Oriental Theater in the Highlands neighborhood. Related businesses of any kind are encouraged to contact the editors immediately to donate products for giveaways.

Bands and DJ's have been historically commonplace at prior bashes, but Cannapages editors expressed excitement to showcase their own passion for music. Ben Fuller, the company's chief technology officer, said that it will be the first time that members of Cannapages have performed publicly since May 2010.

Fuller added that the Cannapages staff decided to celebrate in style, after a year of unexpected success, and to launch new endeavors. "We've become established in several magazines this year, political campaigns and industry groups galore," he said. "On the 29th, we hope to unveil new initiatives with several of these partners, in hopes of taking the cannabis community to new levels."

The Hash Bash is hosted by Meet And Greet, a local networking group, and occurs every-other month in Denver. Traditionally local dispensaries have donated products for patients to sample free; an additional fee of $5 will be charged January 29th for red-card holders who wish to enter the VIP sampling area separately.

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Micah Johnson