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CANNABIS PACKAGING AND LOGISTICS COMPANY, DIZPOT, SUPPORTS NEW MEXICO’S REGULATED INDUSTRY WITH DONATION TO SOUTHWEST CANNABIS TRADE ASSOCIATION
John Hartsell, CEO and co-founder at DIZPOT, donates $2,500 to Southwest Cannabis Trade Association to support a strong and united cannabis industry.
PHOENIX, Ariz. (November 30, 2022) — DIZPOT, an Arizona-based global packaging, branding, and logistics company, continues to bolster the cannabis industry by supporting its professional organizations and trade associations. Recently, DIZPOT, and John Hartsell, the company’s co-founder and CEO, donated $2,500 to New Mexico’s Southwest Cannabis Trade Association.
While DIZPOT is based out of Arizona, the company has a large footprint in New Mexico, which legalized cannabis for adult use on April 1, 2022. Since then, the sales of cannabis for recreational consumption in New Mexico have grown exponentially. With this growth comes a need for an active trade association that promotes the growth of a strong and unified cannabis industry—and that’s just what the Southwest Cannabis Trade Association sets out to do.
“The Southwest Cannabis Trade Association is grateful to DIZPOT for this donation, which will be utilized to continue our important work with our members and community partners to educate, connect and be a resource for the New Mexico cannabis industry,” said co-founder Nicole Fuchs. “For New Mexico cannabis companies in need of a packaging partner, we highly recommend DIZPOT not only for their quality products but also their unwavering support of the cannabis industry.”
“At DIZPOT, we work with multiple cannabis companies in New Mexico, so it only makes sense that we support the work being done by the Southwest Cannabis Trade Association,” said John Hartsell, DIZPOT co-founder and CEO. “Encouraging advocacy, teamwork, sharing of resources, and education among cannabis businesses will only continue to benefit the industry as a whole.”
Supporting cannabis industry causes is nothing new to John Hartsell or DIZPOT. DIZPOT recently contributed $5,000 to Missouri Amendment 3 that would legalize adult-use marijuana and automatically expunge past nonviolent cannabis offenses in Hartsell’s home state.
To learn more about DIZPOT, visit DIZPOT.com. To learn more about the Southwest Cannabis Trade Association, visit swcannatrade.com.
Founded by John Hartsell and Jeff Scrabeck in 2017, DIZPOT is a global cannabis branding and packaging company with custom technologies for highly regulated markets. Headquartered in Phoenix, Ariz., DIZPOT produces millions of packages every month, providing its customers with solutions to bring products compliantly and competitively to market. Leveraging its extensive international logistics network and proprietary technology, the company works with thousands of cannabis brands servicing both small businesses and multi-state operators. Renowned for its old school service approach, DIZPOT puts its customers first, providing a one-hundred percent guarantee on the quality of its finished goods.
DIZPOT services include compliance-driven branding and logo design, cannabis and hemp-specific packaging, logistics, creative subscription plans, industry-targeted technologies, and in-house DOSS cartridge solutions. DIZPOT is located at 2430 W. Mission Lane #6 in Phoenix, Arizona. For more information visit DIZPOT.com or phone 602-795-4499.
About the Southwest Cannabis Trade Association:
Founded in 2021, the Southwest Cannabis Trade Association (STCA) was established to promote the growth of a strong and united cannabis industry in New Mexico. The STCA serves as a trade organization devoted to working with community partners and members to act as a governing caucus dedicated to forming fair and equative policy, community-based partnerships, and professional efficacy for trade partners and adjacent cannabis related industries or ancillary services. For more information, visit swcannatrade.com.