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February 2015

What Is The Color Of This Dress? We're Here To Put The Debate To Rest!

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At Kush Bottles we like to think we know a thing or two about color. Our child resistant pop top bottles come in all sorts of different hues including white, gold, black, and blue–four of the most confusing colors on the internet right now. No one can seem to agree on the two tones of this dress!

According to Taylor Swift it’s “OBVIOUSLY BLUE AND BLACK.” Emma Rossum says, “Where are you guys seeing WHITE and GOLD?” Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are split with Kim saying she sees white and gold and Kanye seeing black and blue. (Will this cause a split? And is Kim upset that her photo has been replaced by this one as the most likely to break the internet?) Jimmy Fallon chimed in with #goldandwhite. And Kal Penn commented with, “The dress is half full.”

Enough already…we are here to put this debate to rest! We put the dress next to our white and gold Kush Bottles and then our gold and blue ones. The answer is clear…the dress is white and gold! Join in on this crazy debate! What color do you see??

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What Is The Color Of This Dress? We’re Here To Put The Debate To Rest!

By | Blogs | No Comments

At Kush Bottles we like to think we know a thing or two about color. Our child resistant pop top bottles come in all sorts of different hues including white, gold, black, and blue–four of the most confusing colors on the internet right now. No one can seem to agree on the two tones of this dress!

According to Taylor Swift it’s “OBVIOUSLY BLUE AND BLACK.” Emma Rossum says, “Where are you guys seeing WHITE and GOLD?” Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are split with Kim saying she sees white and gold and Kanye seeing black and blue. (Will this cause a split? And is Kim upset that her photo has been replaced by this one as the most likely to break the internet?) Jimmy Fallon chimed in with #goldandwhite. And Kal Penn commented with, “The dress is half full.”

Enough already…we are here to put this debate to rest! We put the dress next to our white and gold Kush Bottles and then our gold and blue ones. The answer is clear…the dress is white and gold! Join in on this crazy debate! What color do you see??

white kush bottlegold kush bottlewhat color is this dress kush bottles

 

 

 

 

 

kush black large dramchild resistant packaging photowhat color is this dress kush bottles
 

 

 

 

3 Signs That Marijuana's Reputation Is Looking Up

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marijuana's reputationAfter decades of negative stigma, marijuana’s reputation is finally looking up! And you know what that means—more people will be inclined to vote for legalization and cannabis businesses (like Kush Bottles!) will keep blossoming. Here are three signs that marijuana’s future is bright and its turbulent history is behind us.

Better Branding: They say never to judge a book by its cover, but let’s face it, most of us do! Appearances matter. And while this has hurt the cannabis industry in the past, it is now serving it well. Cannabis products are beginning to look more and more like the hip, independent coffee brands that are in the most up-and-coming cities in the country. Just take a look at these cannabis-infused chocolates designed by Kiva Confections. Critics of the marijuana industry are more likely to see it as legitimate when products are branded well.

Less Bad Press: This past October, anti-marijuana protestors were afraid there would be repots of marijuana-laced Halloween candy. However, this wasn’t the case. As the marijuana industry continues to avoid bad press and remain responsible, those opposed to the legalization of cannabis will have less of a reason to object to it.

Contributing to the economy: In Colorado alone, a reported $573 million was made in legal marijuana sales in 2014 with a whopping $60.1 million in taxes, licensing, and fees. With marijuana contributing so much to the economy, it will only become more difficult to view it negatively.

Kush Bottles has been committed to helping make the marijuana industry’s reputation a favorable one, since day one. Our bottles are child-resistant, FDA approved, and meet CPSC standards. We are a brand that the industry trusts and we look forward to serving you!

If you would like to receive regular updates about the marijuana industry that aew similar to this one, click on the link to subscribe to our blog. And for all your marijuana packaging needs, visit our website.

3 Signs That Marijuana’s Reputation Is Looking Up

By | Blogs | No Comments

marijuana's reputationAfter decades of negative stigma, marijuana’s reputation is finally looking up! And you know what that means—more people will be inclined to vote for legalization and cannabis businesses (like Kush Bottles!) will keep blossoming. Here are three signs that marijuana’s future is bright and its turbulent history is behind us.

Better Branding: They say never to judge a book by its cover, but let’s face it, most of us do! Appearances matter. And while this has hurt the cannabis industry in the past, it is now serving it well. Cannabis products are beginning to look more and more like the hip, independent coffee brands that are in the most up-and-coming cities in the country. Just take a look at these cannabis-infused chocolates designed by Kiva Confections. Critics of the marijuana industry are more likely to see it as legitimate when products are branded well.

Less Bad Press: This past October, anti-marijuana protestors were afraid there would be repots of marijuana-laced Halloween candy. However, this wasn’t the case. As the marijuana industry continues to avoid bad press and remain responsible, those opposed to the legalization of cannabis will have less of a reason to object to it.

Contributing to the economy: In Colorado alone, a reported $573 million was made in legal marijuana sales in 2014 with a whopping $60.1 million in taxes, licensing, and fees. With marijuana contributing so much to the economy, it will only become more difficult to view it negatively.

Kush Bottles has been committed to helping make the marijuana industry’s reputation a favorable one, since day one. Our bottles are child-resistant, FDA approved, and meet CPSC standards. We are a brand that the industry trusts and we look forward to serving you!

If you would like to receive regular updates about the marijuana industry that aew similar to this one, click on the link to subscribe to our blog. And for all your marijuana packaging needs, visit our website.

Everything You Need To Know About CannaCon Seattle (Including Where You Can Find Kush Bottles!)

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cannacon kush bottles child resistant packagingThis weekend, the nation’s largest CannaCon (cannabis expo) is taking place in Seattle. “It’s the home-and-garden show for the new marijuana industry,” said Bob Smart, organizer of the CannaCon that took place in Tacoma. Kush Bottles is excited to be there! We will be showcasing our child resistant bottles and discussing child safe marijuana packaging with those who are already in the industry and others looking to become part of it. CannaCon is open to anyone. Here are all the facts you need to know!

What To Expect:

Informative Seminars: CannaCon offers daily seminars where growers, processors, retailers, suppliers, consultants, and end users will be discussing various issues that are impacting the marijuana industry. Learn about greenhouse cultivation of cannabis. Discover key tips every marijuana retailer should know when trying to build a thriving canna-business. Find out how to build a brand. A single day seminar badge runs for $50 and for admission to the seminars all three days you can buy a badge for $100. To see the full schedule click here.

Expo: Want to browse existing cannabis products or discuss ideas with established companies in the cannabis industry? Visit the expo hall which is open from 10:00am-6:00pm, daily. Kush Bottles will be among the exhibitor booths, showcasing our child resistant pop-top vials along with our other marijuana packaging solutions.

Networking: Conference attendees all have a common desire to better understand the cannabis industry. Expect to network with fellow attendees during seminars, at the expo, and while walking around the event.

What Are The Dates?

CannaCon runs from February 19-21st. You can choose to attend the whole weekend or just for one day.

How Much Does it Cost?

To attend the expo, the cost is $10 per day. In order to sit-in on seminars, it costs $50 per day and if you would like access to the seminars all three days, the cost for a badge is $100. Although online registration is now closed, tickets can be purchased at the door.

Where Is It Located?

At Seattle’s Pier 91 Smith Cove Event Center.

Where Can You Find Kush Bottles?

We will be at booth 734. Come find us! We would love to show you our child resistant bottles and answer any questions you might have about child resistant marijuana packaging.