With everything happening in EDIYBLES’ Ohio market, things also began to heat up in the Sunshine State in September.
“We are excited to introduce Community Outreach Leader Lindsey Webb to Florida consumers through our partnership with the Weed for Warriors Project (WFWP) Tampa Chapter,“ said EDIYBLES Founder & CEO LA Dawson. “Lindsey will serve as a local expert in Florida, helping veterans and other Floridians navigate the quirks and intricacies of DIY cooking with cannabis.”
Upon receiving a donation from EDIYBLES of a MagicalButter 2e Machine, microfilter strainers, heat-resistant Love Glove, butter stick silicone molds, and a measuring cup scale to start their lending library, Kelly from the WFWP Tampa Chapter said, “I want to offer a big thank you to the incredible ladies of EDIYBLES for the generous donation to our chapter. We are excited to bring education and means to providing our veterans with needed medicine in their preferred form!” WFWP Tampa will manage the equipment as part of a lending program for their members, and EDIYBLES offers additional discounts to vets who decide to purchase after borrowing through their WFWP chapter.
In addition to services offered to the WFWP Tampa Chapter, EDIYBLES provides free introductory cannabis cooking classes in private homes and businesses across the Sunshine State, providing a unique, hands-on opportunity to learn about the benefits of edible cannabis while also discovering ways to customize flavors and dosage. “Accurate learning can be achieved by cooking with CBD flower and oils in class,” according to Ms. Dawson. “Private hosts can earn free gifts and big discounts by inviting friends and family into their homes for a class, while businesses can differentiate themselves from the competition by holding a demo that showcases their own products with food.”
To inquire about booking an EDIYBLES private class in Florida, click the Private Event Inquiry form at www.EDIYBLES.com or email EDIYBLESFlorida@ediybles.com. For more information about the Weed for Warriors Project and their Tampa Chapter, visit www.wfwproject.org, Instagram: @Wfwp_tampa and Facebook: WFWP Tampa Chapter.