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Influencers slated to attend the first ever Budfest presented by cannabis tech startup CannaGo


Influencers slated to attend the first ever Budfest presented by cannabis tech startup CannaGo

Two Atlanta based Morehouse alums blaze a new trail in the cannabis industry with the launch of their cutting-edge tech company CannaGo with the first-ever BudFest immersive event with live performances by Domani and Kaelyn Kastle on Saturday, April 20th

Atlanta, GA (March 20, 2024) – Two Morehouse Men, Vincent Nwadike and Matthew Gaffney, are joining forces to ignite a cannabis revolution in Atlanta like no other. Their collaboration marks the beginning of a new era in the industry, driven by innovation, compassion, and a commitment to improving lives. With the creation of an app and strategic partnerships, Vincent and Matthew are poised to lead CannaGo towards unprecedented success.

BudFest, scheduled for April 20, 2024, at the Loft at Center Stage is the highly anticipated launch event that will introduce CannaGo to the world. This immersive experience promises attendees a celebration of CannaGo’s innovative platform amidst an atmosphere filled with food, entertainment, and excitement.

“We want Budfest to be a night filled with art, music and cannabis culture,” Gaffney said in an interview. “Good food and interactive fun! We see this as the most attended event. We wanted to bring all these things together under one event center around our mascot, Bud a symbol of support and friendship.”

BudFest serves as more than just a launch party; it’s a strategic platform for generating brand awareness, establishing credibility, and attracting potential customers. At the heart of CannaGo’s mission is the commitment to showcase its diverse range of products and services designed to enhance the lives of its users.

Guests at BudFest will be transported into the vibrant world of CannaGo, where interactive displays and engaging activities will captivate their senses and leave a lasting impression. From product demonstrations to personal testimonials, attendees will gain insight into how Cannago is revolutionizing the cannabis industry.

Vincent and Matthew’s personal stories underscore the transformative power of cannabis. By improving the quality of life for a mother in chronic pain after a serious car accident and providing relief for a mother with an autistic child, CannaGo is making a tangible difference in people’s lives.

The launch of CannaGo at BudFest signifies not only the beginning of a groundbreaking journey but also a commitment to fostering long-term relationships with its users. Cannago invites all enthusiasts, supporters, and curious individuals to join them at BudFest for an unforgettable experience and to witness the dawn of a new era in the cannabis industry.

Follow Cannago on social media for updates and announcements: @HelloCannago.

About Cannago

We started CannaGo to provide a convenient and trustworthy way for people to access high-quality hemp products. Our team is passionate about the hemp industry and dedicated to ensuring that our products are of the highest quality and in compliance with all legal requirements. We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to experience the potential benefits of hemp products, and we’re excited to be a part of making that happen. We’re also committed to supporting local hemp growers and businesses and giving back to the Atlanta community through charitable donations and community involvement. Our goal is to provide a seamless and stress-free hemp delivery experience that exceeds our customers’ expectations.

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