When Phoenix Open attendees age 21+ hop onto a complimentary pedicab from February 9-12, they’ll have the opportunity to learn more about Boveda, a product designed to keep cannabis flower fresh at Curaleaf’s North Scottsdale dispensary, which is located near all the action at 16277 N. Greenway Hayden.
Consumers will be able to scan QR codes to learn more about Boveda’s technology and the Curaleaf premier product offerings in Arizona. Cannabis enthusiasts who shop at the North Scottsdale location can participate in education and complimentary samples over the course of the weekend activities.
Boveda makes innovative relative humidity (RH) control packs engineered to protect the plant’s terpenes, rich flavors, aromas and effects of the cannabis flower—allowing consumers to store their flower longer, save money, and get the most out of their personal cannabis experience.
“The Waste Management Phoenix Open brings together golf, the outdoors and fun,” said Shannon Klick, Boveda Vice President of Global Sales. “Since Super Bowl XLVII is capping the Sunday festivities, all eyes will be on Arizona. Boveda is proud to collaborate with Curaleaf for this event, protecting cannabis flower and fresh smokes in the dry heat of the desert.”
Curaleaf North Scottsdale is located at 16277 N. Greenway Hayden. Boveda brand ambassadors will be passing out free samples on Thursday, February 9 to Sunday, February 12. Learn more about how Boveda preserves cannabis flower at www.bovedainc.com/cannabis. For more information on Curaleaf’s North Scottsdale location, visit https://curaleaf.com.