Herbal Risings Career Class Featured on ABC15

Herbal Risings Budtending Class was featured on ABC15 nightly news. The film crew set up and recored our class in session during a Principles & Standards of Cannabis & Patient Care. Three Herbal Risings’ Alumni were interviewed on camera. Current dispensary agents shared their career stories while our very own Chad Olshavsky (Director of Certifications) shared the Herbal Risings story. If you want to see our class in action, you don’t want to miss this exciting interview from ABC15!

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Herbal Risings would like to thank Lexi Sutter, Carl Hall, Rebecca Calloway, Justin Gurtler, Chad & April Olshavsky, Rebecca & Jon Lockhart, Mr. Purple, and everyone else who helped make this feature possible!

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