The Trailer Park Boys Are Entering The Legal Cannabis Industry

The Trailer Park Boys Are Entering The Legal Cannabis Industry

The execution of recreational marijuana laws in Canada is expected to happen in the next few months. As a result of the changing laws, the Trailer Park Boys are entering the legal cannabis industry. The boys are partnering with OrganiGram so that they can grow and sell dope without Jim Lahey or the local police showing up to take them back to jail.

TPB Productions is actually owned by the actors that played Bubbles, Ricky and Julian. Mike Smith, Robb Wells and John Paul Tremblay manage all intellectual property rights related to the show and brand. The business is based out of Nova Scotia, Canada where the series was filmed.

OrganiGram Inc. is a certified manufacturer of medical marijuana in Canada. They intend to enter the recreational market using their Trailer Park Boys partnership. They’re a step closer with the announcement of their new Trailer Park Buds line.

Purpose of Partnership

In 2016, OrganiGram put out a media launch that said the Trailer Park Boys picked them as their exclusive cannabis manufacturer, business partner and brand developer.

“This connection solidifies one of our strategic building blocks as we plan for the legalization of recreational use in Canada. The team at Trailer Park Boys have an aligned vision to develop a National brand with our assistance and we’re incredibly excited at how the partnership will come to life,” stated Ray Gracewood, Chief Commercial Officer at OrganiGram.

They’re also planning to unveil a number of recreational marijuana brands including one for fans of the Trailer Park Boys.

“Our recreational strategy incorporates the best of what we know about our present and prospective clients, the industry and opportunities for growth, and the creation of our premium products,” stated Greg Engel, CEO of OrganiGram. “The addition of each of those brands is the result of over 18 months of research, development and teamwork to better understand our products and consumers. ”


The result of the partnership is the development of a subsidiary devoted to recreational cannabis. The Trailer Park Buds brand will be attracting flowers, pre-rolls and mixed products to federally-licensed retail establishments when recreational laws take effect.

According to OrganiGrams site, the brand is targeting “consumers who appreciate a sense of humor and don’t take themselves too seriously. ” Adding that the company is “focused on a value-conscious customer who appreciates quality. ”

According to draft rules published in advance of Canada’s legalization, cannabis packaging may only contain 1 brand element aside from the product’s name. Any symbols have to be smaller than the authorities’s octagon-shaped warning tag.

The packaging rules will limit how far the Trailer Park Boys brand will be visible to consumers before buying but that hasn’t ceased OrganiGram from pushing their partnership forward.

Since then, the business has been subject to stricter pesticide testing. Now, the company says it is focused on creating the finest quality, condition-specific medical marijuana for patients in Canada.

The boys earning money from selling legal bud is a great way to conclude the antics in Sunnyvale Trailer Park. The Trailer Park Boys show circled around Ricky and Julian’s trips in and out of jail. And of course, constant get-rich-quick schemes which usually involved the growing and selling of dope. Legalization is the only organic happy ending we could imagine for the Canadian 3 stooges.

Published at Mon, 21 May 2018 18:28:18 +0000

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