Cannabis King Hosts Private Fundraiser And Raises Over $140,000 For California Candidate For Governor Gavin Newsom.
The widely known businessman lovingly referred to as the “King of Cannabis” held a private fundraiser for California gubernatorial candidate, Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom, at his Hollywood Hills estate. This event was attended by a curated guest list of politicians, celebrities, entrepreneurs, and more from the legal cannabis industry.
With more than $140,000 raised in 90 minutes, it seems that the cannabis industry may have picked their candidate in Gavin Newsom. In truth, Gavin has been a longtime favorite of the community, having launched California’s Blue Ribbon Commission on Marijuana Policy in 2014, campaigned for five months, and was instrumental in getting Proposition 64 passed, with 56 percent of voters in favor.
The successful fundraiser was hosted by Michael “BigMike” Straumietis, founder and CEO of Advanced Nutrients, the No. 1 cannabis brand in the world, with operations throughout North America, Spain, Germany and Eastern Europe, and sales in 97 countries. He’s also a social media icon who has more than 2.5 million followers across his social media platforms, with his Instagram account @BigMike accounting for 1.4 million of those followers.
The CEO, philanthropist, entrepreneur, and investor was happy to host Lt. Governor Newsom. About his support, BigMike said, “I proudly endorse Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom as California’s next governor. He has always been a strong proponent of legalizing cannabis, and fighting against prejudiced and antiquated notions surrounding the cannabis industry. With Gavin’s strong entrepreneurial background and understanding of the social, political, economic and business development issues surrounding cannabis, there’s no better choice for governor for the great state of California than Gavin Newsom.”
More information on BigMike and Advanced Nutrients can be found at AdvancedNutrients.com.
For information on Gavin Newsom’s campaign for governor of California, please visit GavinNewsom.com.