#WeedWeek in Las Vegas 2015

The Surna team is headed to Las Vegas next week for Weed Week 2015, a combination of events all happening over the course of a single week in Las Vegas, including Arcview's Investor Forum and the Marijuana Business Conference & Expo.

Written By Celia Daly
November 5th, 2015

The Surna team is headed to Las Vegas next week for Weed Week 2015, a combination of events all happening over the course of a single week in Las Vegas, including Arcview’s Investor Forum and the Marijuana Business Conference & Expo.

We’ll be talking cooling systems for cultivation facilities and showing off the water-cooled version of the Surna Reflector in booth 422 at the Marijuana Business Conference & Expo. For those still looking to get tickets, be sure to use code “ThanksSurna50” for $50 off main conference registration.

We hope to see you in Las Vegas for what is sure to be a great week!

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