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Vending applications are no longer being accepted.

However, no new vendors are being confirmed. It’s our goal to under promise and over-deliver. So thank you to everyone that submitted an application and payment early. Mahalo!

It’s Time for Cannabis Shopping Season!

We’re bringing people together and it’s the perfect time to attract the attention of gift buyers.

Patients and Cannabis curious consumers have a wide variety of needs. Everyone from Cannabis “Curious” consumers and beginners to medical professionals, expert cultivators, medicine-makers and buyers looking for information to help their small business will be in attendance. Vending at our event puts your brand in front of Hawaii Island’s Cannabis Community.

You bring the best products. We bring the attendees. Vending at the event will create brand awareness for your business and provide your customers with the opportunity to purchase your products and services. This is an ideal situation for a small business to get involved in our emerging Cannabis economy.

Vending outside means you will get foot traffic from people that did not buy a ticket. You may get visitors that know nothing about Cannabis. This is a great opportunity to share with Cannabis curious-minded folks that may not otherwise attend a Cannabis event. By inviting the general public we hope to create more exposure for your brand. We also hope you will help us and everyone in our community present Cannabis in a way that enlightens, informs and creates a sense of peace outside of the community. This is our community’s chance to connect with voters, key decision makers and the general public who may not normally choose to attend a Cannabis event.[cannabis_row]

Where is the Event?
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About the Venue

The University of Hawaii at Hilo Innovation Center has two classrooms. We’ll be using both as well as outdoor space around the venue. The center is located at 117 Keawe Street. It’s on the corner of Keawe and Kalakaua across from Bear’s Coffee and Conscious Culture Cafe. It’s also one block up from the Ocean, mauka of the Pacific Tsunami Museum.

Last Year’s Event in the kaikodo Building in Hilo