Carrie Booze

Carrie Booze oversees N6A’s Cannabis Group, which represents a wide variety of companies within the legal cannabis industry. In addition to overseeing group operations, she provides messaging, branding and strategy support across her base of clients. Prior to joining N6A, Carrie served at the Marketing Director for Franklin Bioscience, a vertically integrated cannabis edibles company based in Denver, Colorado. During that time, Carrie conceptualized the company’s product branding and carried out the communication strategy as it expanded throughout the state and into Nevada’s burgeoning recreational market. Carrie is a graduate of the University of Colorado and currently resides in Manhattan, New York.

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4 Key Changes the Proposed MORE Act Mean for the Cannabis Industry

On Dec 4, 2020, the House of Representatives passed the Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment and Expungement (MORE) Act by a vote of 228-164. If passed by the Senate, this legalization bill would deschedule and decriminalize marijuana on the federal level. The bill is not expected to be introduced to the Senate until the next session of Congress, however, and will have to go through the House once more. Even with Democrats taking control of the Senate, while more likely, the passing of the MORE Act is still not a sure thing. Here are some of the highlights of the bill that are important to know and what they mean for the Cannabis industry:

How to Rejuvenate Your Cannabis Marketing Plan During COVID-19

Cannabis companies and dispensaries still need to capture the attention of their target consumers. 

What a Biden/Harris Ticket Means for Cannabis Industry Reform

N6A Cannabis Team Account Director Carrie Booze on the potential industry-wide boom from a Democratic presidential shakeup.

PR vs. Advertising: Which One is Better for Your Cannabis Business?

Both should be activated to bolster credibility and enhance profitability depending on a company’s goals and outcome objectives.

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