Las Vegas, NV – The 3rd Annual Jack Herer Cup Nevada, an awards ceremony and cannabis industry celebration event that honors and recognizes the work of Jack Herer, an American cannabis rights activist and author of The Emperor Wears No Clothes, will this year officially take place Thursday, November 16th at the Hard Rock Café on Las Vegas Boulevard.
As a premier cannabis awards show going into its third installment, event organizers sought out an industry legend and supportive advocate as the recipient of their Jack Herer Lifetime Achievement Award.
“This is a groundbreaking event dedicated to honoring those working on behalf of the advancement of cannabis and its natural healing properties,” said Nevada Senator TickSegerblom. “To be an award recipient at this event is an incredible honor. I will continue to fight on behalf of the cannabis community until the necessary legal protection and promotion is achieved.”
The senator will be receiving the Jack Herer Lifetime Achievement Award for his years of service and support of the cannabis industry.
The Jack Herer Cup Nevada will feature an opening act by Peter Dante’s Cannabis Kings of Comedy. The event will also feature entertainment by The Jet Velocity All-Star Band. Kicking off at 7:30PM with the doors opening, from 8 to 9PM, attendees will have the opportunity of meeting and greeting with celebrities and industry leaders in attendance. The awards show will occur from 9 to 10PM, and the live entrainment will wrap up the evening from 10PM until midnight.
“We look forward to this monumental event every single year, and are excited to announce that the event will also be held in Los Angles this December,” said Ms. Bozeman, Event Organizer. “Spread the word, and come join us in celebration of cannabis this November.”
New to this year, the event will also be held in Los Angeles on December 15th for the California Cannabis Market. Event organizers hinted at a Jack Herer Cup Amsterdam during the summer of 2018.
Jack Herer’s legendary book was printed in its 12th edition in 2016 after having been continuously printed for 31 years. The book is frequently cited in efforts to decriminalize and legalize cannabis, as well as expand the use of hemp for industrial purposes.
For more information, visit: http://www.jackherercup.com/