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(PRWEB) October 21, 2012
Medical Marijuana, Inc., is slated to appear on 60 Minutes' Rocky Mountain High show today, Sunday, October 21 at 7:30pm EST. The airing will be a huge achievement in the now thriving medical marijuana and industrial hemp industries, as 60 Minutes is the most successful news television broadcast in U.S. history, drawing well over 13 million viewers a week.
The show will feature Red Dice Holdings President and Managing Director of Dixie Elixirs, Tripp Keber and they'll present their state-of-the art Dixie manufacturing facility in Denver, Colorado. But what has been the driving force behind this, still mostly illegal, industry to this point? Who can its legacy be attributed to? Bruce Perlowin, who, with the help of his friends singlehandedly created, and last week boosted, the public company section in the hemp and marijuana industries.
Medical Marijuana, Inc.'s original founder was Bruce Perlowin, a then innovative, savvy, aggressive entrepreneur and progressive advocate of the medical marijuana and hemp industry. He was, subsequently, the first leader promulgating a viable medical marijuana public company which has paved the way for other marijuana stock companies to follow including GrowLife Inc.; Cannabis Science, Inc.; Rapid Fire Marketing, Inc.; Altitude Organic Corporation; GreenGro Technologies; Smokefree Innotec, Inc.; and, about 13 others to date with more emerging every month. Perlowin is currently the CEO of Hemp, Inc. (OTC: HEMP) which is the largest publicly-traded company of hemp stocks in the US by market capitalization, with an estimated value of $45 million.