Jamen Shively, founder and CEO of Diego Pellicer, is reflected in a sealed, commemorative glass holding "Diego Reserva," what will be the finest marijuana product he will market once the legal details are worked out by Washington state. The company is named after his great grandfather who grew hemp products in the Philippines.
Jamen Shively, founder and CEO of Diego Pellicer, is reflected in a sealed, commemorative glass holding "Diego Reserva," what will be the finest marijuana product he will market once the legal details are worked out by Washington state. The company is named after his great grandfather who grew hemp products in the Philippines.
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published Friday, December 7th, 2012
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