Some Reasons Why You Should Advertise and Promote Your Business On The MMMA
Since its inception and launch in 2008 the MMMA’s (MichiganMedicalMarijuana.org) vision has been to create a website and member driven association to educate and informed patients and caregivers in the State of Michigan. Legal updates, analysis of the issues facing the community, news and immediate access to a Law Firm that specializes medical marijuana cases are just some of the benefits.
- Over 32,000 registered members
- Over 40,000 visitors per month (Over 80% new traffic)
- Over 75,000 page views per month
- Over 45,000 Topics
- Over 490,000 Posts
- Our organic web presence has been established over numerous years
- MMMA has built a vast community and numerous associations.
- Like minded individuals who reach our pages usually become loyal to merchants who are supportive.
- The MMMA is active in the community and political efforts
- Calendar of events followed by numerous members and visitors.
- Discounts for long term commitments
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Detailed information in PDF format to download and review later. Includes costs.
This is our current advertising rate sheet with information about placement and costs.
This is just a simple page example of a few placements for advertisements / sponsorship / promotions.
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By Michael Komorn in Stories From the Theater of the War on Drugs 0Minnesota is the only state that I've seen which actually studies it's patients in it's medical marijuana program. The Minnesota DOH released a report of all of its patients a year ago, and in March, released a report about patients with intractable pain who are enrolled in the medical marijuana program.
Minnesota studies and conducts trials and surveys while Michigan conducts criminal trials for patients and caregivers. This is all the fault of Governor Rick Snyder and Attorney General Bill Schuette who continue to allow patients and caregivers to be thrown into courts and jail for being part of the Michigan Medical Marijuana Program.
The new 2018 report of Intractable Pain Patients in the Minnesota Medical Cannabis program can be read here:
The first year report of Minnesota Medical Marijuana patients is here: