Vallejo?s Cannabis Club, Red Dog Green Collective Announces They are Offering Daily Specials During October

Vallejo, CA (PRWEB) October 01, 2011 Vallejo?s cannabis club, The Red Dog Green Collective announces they offer 35 different edibles, with first time patients receiving a free gram of keif and a $ 10 special of top shelf meds. Additionally, the medical marijuana and cannabis club store has ongoing specials through the month of October. There is no limit on grams and mix and match is available off the top shelf. Donating $ 120 will result in a free gram of caramel ear wax. Red Dog also has a new rewards program, where customers can save for each donation given. Any time an increment of $ 20 is donated, the customer will receive a stamp towards the first time patient discount deal. Red Dog gives you ten Grams for each $ 120 donation and five grams for a $ 60 donation and offer a special quarter pound, or four

200 New Jobs to Be Filled During Medical Marijuana Job Fair at Grand Opening of Arizona?s First Caregiver Collective

(PRWEB) November 01, 2011 Although delayed by a federal lawsuit filed by Arizona Governor Jan Brewer, the November 13th opening of the state?s first collective of licensed caregivers, Elements Caregiver Collective, plans to provide the opportunity for 200 new caregiver jobs, adding new local, state and income tax revenues to the economy?while making access to recommended cannabis for patients suffering from debilitating illnesses safer. The medical marijuana jobs and patient support positions being created by the opening of Elements include licensed massage therapists, chefs, medical personnel, administrative assistants, drivers, instructors, psychologists, writers, customer service associates, maintenance personnel and experienced, licensed growers. Job creation is of paramount importance in Arizona. New statistics just released by the U.S. Department of Labor show that Arizona’s unemployment rate has risen from 3.8 percent to 9.1 percent in the last four years. Only seven states have seen their unemployment rate rise more sharply.