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Robert Calkin Consulting Services

*CREATED THE OLDEST AND MOST SUCCESSFUL CANNABIS DELIVERY SERVICE IN HISTORY

*CREATED FIRST NATIONALLY ACCREDITED CANNABIS COLLEGE COURSE WITH
DR. GERRY BEDORE AT DUNLAP STONE UNIVERSITY

*CREATED FIRST CANNABIS JOB PORTAL—CANNAJOBS

*HAS HELD MORE CANNABIS BUSINESS SEMINARS THAN ANYONE IN THE INDUSTRY

*HAS PERSONALLY TAUGHT MORE CANNABIS CLASSES THAN ANYONE IN THE INDUSTRY

*HAS CREATED MORE CANNABIS BRANDS THAN ANYONE IN THE INDUSTRY

 

Look no further. I can answer all your questions about how to start a legal medical marijuana delivery service, dispensary, grow-op, medical marijuana school or any marijuana related business. I will be your consultant and walk you through the procedures involved and what your options are. I will identify the players and introduce them to you if you like. I will even take you to get your doctor recommendation and/or your DHS card. Let me show you how to get legal. I have a step-by-step plan and I will also be available for any questions you have by phone in the future should you need me. You cannot beat this arrangement. I charge a one-time consultation fee ($500) and that's it. I guarantee you will get ALL the information you need regarding starting your own medical marijuana business. I have written a book on the subject and speak at learning centers on the topic. Contact me anytime... you will save literally hundreds if not thousands of dollars with this knowledge!

Full Consultation $500

Assessment, Compliance, and Marketing

Half Consultation $250

Assessment/Compliance

 

ROBERT F. CALKIN
is the author of
STARTING YOUR OWN MEDICAL
MARIJUANA DELIVERY SERVICE:
THE MOBILE CAREGIVER'S HANDBOOK.



*ACTIVIST SINCE 1976 HELPED ORGANIZE ONE OF THE FIRST “SMOKE-INS” IN WASHINGTON, D.C.

*MEMBER OF AMERICAN HEMP COUNCIL WITH CHRIS CONRAD AND JACK HERER (1988-90)

*CREATED FIRST BRANDED MARIJUANA DELIVERY SERVICE “GREEN DOT” IN 1988

*CREATED FIRST MARIJUANA BUSINESS SEMINAR SERIES IN 2009—CANNABIS CAREER INSTITUTE

*WAS FIRST MARIJUANA DELIVERY CONSULTANT/PROFESSOR IN AMERICA

*CURRICULUM FOR DELIVERY 102 CLASS AT OAKSTERDAM CREATED FROM BEST SELLING BOOK
“HOW TO START YOUR OWN MEDICAL MARIJUANA DELIVERY SERVICE”

*CREATED FIRST CANNABIS JOB FAIR HELD IN SAN FRANCISCO IN 2011—
MENTIONED ON THE DRUDGE REPORT AND THE DAILY NEWS.

*CREATED FIRST SPANISH LANGUAGE CANNABIS BUSINESS SEMINAR SERIES

*FOUNDED CCI, CANNAJOBS, CANNABIS STATE UNIVERSITY, CANNATRENDS AND CANNAWORX AMONG MANY OTHERS

*HAS HELPED CREATED THOUSANDS OF MARIJUANA BUSINESSES

 

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"We're not just talking about people who want to grow and dispense. There are so many different aspects
and ways to expand in the known industries,"
- Robert Calkin


Bob was interviewed on KSAZ Television in Phoenix

The latest article about Bob and Cannabis Career Institute - Click Here

Here's the mention of my marijuana delivery service in Dave Navarro's auto-biography!

 

Here is partial list of some of my successful students:

AZmarijuana.com
This is the premier Arizona marijuana website
cannabizu.com

 

Check out this article by Bob published in the Cannabis Times

MONDAY, 23 NOVEMBER 2009 23:37
MEDICAL MARIJUANA DELIVERY SERVICE: MORE ACCEPTABLE?
With all the controversy recently about the legality of dispensaries in Los Angeles, it seems even more pertinent now to talk about the relevance of a delivery collective. A delivery collective supplies its members via automobile. This allows a collective to avoid the costs and inconveniences of having a storefront and enables them to concentrate on cultivation and customer service. It could also be argued that delivery services are a more appropriate business form and method of marijuana distribution. In some communities that are looking for additional tax revenue, they are considering collectives. However, they don’t want to be perceived as “pro-drug”. A delivery service provides these communities with tax revenue while avoiding embarrassment with their constituents. Not only that, the activities of the delivery collective are “under the radar” of disapproving townsfolk, as there is no obtrusive signage with huge marijuana leaves “changing the atmosphere and culture” of the community. There is also the issue of the terminally ill and homebound. Storefronts may have handicapped spaces and may even come out to the car to service their collective members who are in a wheelchair etc. However, those who really need the services of a collective are not able to get out of bed much of the time, let alone drive. These people need in home care and need the collective to come to them. In addition, they sometimes require assistance doing any number of things, something a storefront collective simply hasn’t the time or ability to do. In other words, while delivery collective members are not legally caregivers, in reality they provide a form of “nursing” that is undeniable and very much a part of what they do (aside from bring the collective members marijuana)—provide healthcare, healing and love to those who need it the most.

Robert Calkin - Contributing Writer The Cannabis Times Magazine

 


GREEN DOT ASSOCIATION OPERATES IN ACCORDANCE WITH
CALIFORNIA HEALTH AND SAFETY CODE Sec. 11362.5(B)(1)(A) & 11362.7(H)