CannabisNewsBreaks – American Cannabis Partners Buoyed by Positive Look-Ahead Market Evaluations

American Cannabis Partners (“ACP”) is expected to see increasing opportunities to market its products as the cannabis landscape continues to shift, with growing numbers of states allowing some form of the substance and federal legislation examining changes in legal status. A recent article, which contains excerpts from a Hemp Industry Daily (“HID”) piece that looked at cannabis marketing trends for this year, documents that while Google is cracking down on advertising cannabis, other platforms like Twitter, Reddit and Quora are opening up. The article reads: “‘Of all the social media platforms, we have our eyes set on streaming platforms like Discord and Twitch in 2022. In a recent study by the Brightfield Group, up to 54% of video gamers consume cannabis while gaming.’ The [HID] article observed that Twitch has already begun to see growth as it allows cannabis-related content as long as the substance is legal in the state or country from which the stream originates, and the message doesn’t attempt to sell cannabis. ‘With 140 million active users, we wouldn’t be surprised to see more cannabis brands partner with Twitch streamers,’ the article stated. These look-ahead evaluations are helpful for American Cannabis Partners, which is a fully licensed, large-scale, 100% organic cannabis cultivation company.”

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About American Cannabis Partners

American Cannabis Partners is a fully licensed, large scale and 100% organic cannabis cultivation company nationally headquartered in Trinity County of the Emerald Triangle. Guided by business professionals and cultivators, the company focuses on four industry segments: real estate, cultivation, medical research, and nonprofit groups. For both medical and recreational, American Cannabis Partners supplies multiple forms of raw product at wholesale prices for manufacturing, distribution and retail licenses. Its commodity pricing model enables stable profit margins for customers, aiding the company’s expansion into multiple states. For more information, visit the company’s website at

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