Florida voters won’t get a chance to approve a medical marijuana ballot measure until November, but already ganjapreneurs are moving in. Take Jeremy Bufford.
He has already hired five people and expects to hire 350 more, plus trigger a mini-real estate boom assuming the initiatve passes and he signs leases on the properties he’s already scoped out. His website is already advertising for 15 positions from “lead botanist” to “delivery driver” to “executive chef” to “professor of cannabis.”
The Broward-Palm Beach New Times spoke to Bufford at length about his preparations and predictions for the medical marijuana industry in Florida.