Missouri marijuana manufacturer, Bison Infused, rolls out Round 2 of their Golden Ticket game!
Located in Southwest Missouri, Bison Infused is best known for manufacturing Zen Cannabis products. One of the best sellers is Zen’s 250mg & 500mg THC-infused Milk Chocolate bars. This past April, the owners, Matt Campbell and John Lopez wanted to make these chocolate bars even sweeter by randomly adding Golden Tickets for lucky winners throughout the state to unravel. With the game in full swing, patients all over Missouri visited their local dispensaries hoping to find a Golden Ticket.
Why all the fuss? Well, each Golden Ticket comes with a prize of a $125 Visa gift card along with a $125 donation to the charity of their choice including Ayden’s Alliance, Canna Convict Project, K9s for Camo, and Last Prisoner Project. This past June, the first 2 Golden Tickets were found and prizes were awarded! Tracy S. found the first Golden Ticket at BLOC Dispensary in Richmond Heights, MO. Along with the Visa gift card, Tracy chose the Last Prisoner Project to receive the $125 donation. A couple of weeks later, D’Andre B. found a 2nd Golden Ticket at SWADE Dispensary in St. Peters, MO, and chose Ayden’s Alliance as the charity to receive the donation.
Bison Infused has partnered with over 115+ Missouri dispensaries that carry Zen Cannabis’ products including the chocolate bars. Now, being able to reach even more patients and with a passion for the chosen charities, Bison Infused will be hiding more Golden Tickets! Golden Tickets will be hidden in the Milk Chocolate and the new Zen Cannabis Strawberries & Cream bars throughout the state of Missouri. Check out a Bison Infused partner dispensary near you for your chance to find the next Golden Ticket!
“However small the chance might be of striking lucky, the chance is there. The chance had to be there.” – Willy Wonka, ‘Charlie And The Chocolate Factory’.
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