Jamaica love bird giveaway

GanjaVacations Announces ‘The Jamaica Love Bird Giveaway’

Apr 15, 2022


Oak Park, IL--GanjaVacations, a portal for cannabis vacation experiences and Cannabis Wedding Expo, has announced in a press release the Jamaica Love Bird Giveaway. This new campaign promises a lucky weed-loving couple a free cannabis-themed vacation or honeymoon in Jamaica.

The Giveaway offers a Grand Prize package of 4 days and three nights for two at Blue Skies Beach Resort, a new 5-star boutique hotel in Negril, Jamaica. The package includes accommodations, airport transfers, and a variety of cannabis experiences that guarantee a fabulous, luxurious, pleasure-filled experience ideal for a honeymoon or romantic getaway in a region of Jamaica famous for ganja. The Grand Prize does not include airfare.

The Giveaway, as per the press release, is open to adults over the age of 21 through midnight on November 17, 2022, and completion of the entry form is all that is required to participate. Entrants can earn additional chances to win by referring friends or posting on social media. No purchase is necessary. In addition to the Grand Prize, all entrants will gain the added benefit of a coupon code for a discount of 15% on the purchase of any vacation package on the GanjaVacations website through February 14, 2023. The Grand Prize winner will be announced on or about December 16, 2022.

GanjaVacations CEO Norman L. Lawrence said in the release that he "is very excited to enter into this collaboration with Cannabis Wedding Expo. "We have high hopes for the future of cannabis weddings and foresee substantial growth as more and more weed-loving couples choose to incorporate cannabis into their nuptials," he added.

Vanessa Oliver, CEO of the Cannabis Wedding Expo, said, "It is our mission to pioneer experiences that allow consumers to explore their unique and personal relationship with the plant. These experiences range from dining, wellness routines, travel, and so much more! We are excited to partner with GanjaVacations to curate a luxurious opportunity where canna couples may explore conscious consumption through hospitality and tourism."

Read the entire press release.