National Geographic Wants To Hear From CO Medical Marijuana Patients
Joe | Sep 02, 2011 | Comments 0
The National Geographic Channel is looking for stories from medical marijuana patients in Colorado for a documentary they are producing. The folks at The Cannabis Therapy Institute sent out an email earlier today in an effort to connect patients with National Geographic. Here is an excerpt:
If you think your story is *compelling* and you would like to publicize it, than National Geographic might want to interview you. National Geographic has sent a film crew out to Colorado from New York to film a 7-hour documentary about medical marijuana in Colorado.
CTI has agreed to help to reach out to the medical cannabis community to make sure National Geographic has the opportunity to tell the best and most complete story about medical cannabis in Colorado. If you have a story that you would like to share, and you think it would make good video, please contact the series producer directly at:
CONTACT NAT. GEO.
Isaac Holub, Assistant Producer
National Geographic Colorado Medical Marijuana Series
Subject: Please put “Colorado MMJ” in the subject of your email.
They are looking for a variety of stories from people in all areas of the medical marijuana industry in CO. Documentaries like this one are a great opportunity to get the truth out about medical marijuana to an audience who might not know what it’s all about.