Insa Cannabis has announced that customers will be able to purchase cannabis in virtual reality this year during the 4/20 celebration. Insa is inviting its customers to step into virtual reality, which could be the future of the cannabis industry.
At retail locations in Massachusetts, USA, consumers can enter the virtual world of cannabis, thanks to VR goggles. Customers will also be able to get a behind-the-scenes look at cannabis cultivation, the lab, and the kitchen of Insa Cannabis, where THC-infused food products are made.
Any Massachusetts consumer who wants to learn more about the cannabis industry will be excited to see in virtual reality how high-quality cannabis is grown and THC-infused food is produced.
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Cannabis and Virtual Reality
However, Insa’s virtual tour to celebrate 4/20 won’t be entirely virtual. Because what would an April 20 celebration look like without … cannabis? At Insa West Columbus Avenue in Salem and Springfield, local food trucks will serve psychoactive snacks. Consumers at Insa stationary stores will be treated to free marijuana, fun surprises, and cannabis promotions.
“Every year on April 20, we try to create an exciting event to encourage our current customers and educate consumers less familiar with cannabis. I think we really outdid ourselves this year and I hope our customers think so too,” said Peter Gallagher, co-founder of Insa. “We’re excited to give people a look behind the scenes of the cannabis industry and how Insa products are made.”
About the Insa brand
Insa is a cannabis brand that aims to improve people’s lives. Insa’s first legal cannabis store opened in 2017 and growers Frank Golfieri and Kevin Sparks are behind the cultivation of high-quality cannabis. Cannabis chef Julian Rose has 40 years of experience as a pastry chef, and his products have been praised by thousands of consumers. At the Insa lab, Chris Geoffrion reigns supreme, working with his team to develop THC-rich flower concentrates.
As the most awarded brand at the HighTimes Massachusetts Cannabis Cup, Insa has its own production line – from seed production to selling dried in its stores. The company prides itself on education and helping each customer meet their unique needs. Insa products are sold in their own retail stores in Easthampton, Springfield, and Salem, as well as other stores throughout Massachusetts. They also operate in Pennsylvania and Florida.
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