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The nation's largest CBD and hemp occasion returns June 11-13 on the Georgia World Congress Heart in Atlanta June 11-20, 2021


After a year of no in-person events, the USA CBD Expo is excited to announce that the 2021 season kicks off June 11-13 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta.

The US CBD Expo Atlanta event, hosted by cannabis seed banks Rocket Seeds, Vancoast Seeds and Crop King Seeds, promises thousands of industry leaders, entrepreneurs, enthusiasts and pioneers looking to discover, connect, learn and create business opportunities within the US cannabis industry .

With more than 50 acclaimed guest speakers hosting interactive panels on topics related to the cannabis and hemp industries, there are tremendous learning opportunities for both newbies and industry professionals. For those looking to get into the industry, the event has a dedicated space hosted by CareersCannabis.com that has sessions like Industry 101: Jobs and Careers in Cannabis, Hacking Your Job Search, Mock Interviews and Preparation, Unemployed Social Networking Support Group and more.

The event follows strict COVID-19 precautions by national health authorities as well as local city and event protocols. Face masks are mandatory in the venue and temperature checks will be carried out. To ensure the convenience of all attendees, worn, color-coded stickers will also be provided at the event indicating a person's willingness to socialize at the event. The USA CBD Expo is in constant communication with state and local authorities to keep abreast of the gradual return from the pandemic.

To find out more about participating, exhibiting, sponsoring, or speaking at the USA CBD Expo, please visit usacbdexpo.com, email sales@usacbdexpo.com, or call 631-777-3455. Stand design, travel and accommodation assistance are all available through the website.

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