New marijuana companies are springing up all over the country, but one Detroit native and entrepreneur has an idea for the ages: a seniors-only cannabis social network.
While the Seniors 420 Network is still in it’s infancy, the concept doesn’t take a guru to appreciate it.
“Most seniors are on way too many meds and marijuana gives us an alternative to them,” group founder Catherine Masters told the Detroit Metro Times.
The goal is to create a place where seniors who use cannabis either medically or recreationally may connect with each other. Masters hopes the network will be a place where marijuana enthusiasts of a certain age group will find friends and roommates, share business opportunities and organize for cannabis activism.
While Masters’ project is currently in the planning stages and available only in newsletter form, there are hopes a website will be completed by the end of the year.
“We’re a very vibrant group of people who truly understand the value marijuana gives us,” Masters said.
More information on joining the mailing list may be available by contacting Masters at firstname.lastname@example.org.