Snoop Dogg invests in marijuana home delivery app
April 15 th, 2015
Eaze, a California start-up specializing in the delivery of home cannabis, has raised $ 10 million from various investors, including rapper Snoop Dogg. The company produces and sells cannabis, connecting its users and a group of farmers and partner drivers. The app is based on the model of the Uber drivers app. Farmers are companies in the Bay of San Francisco, approved by the State of California. Eaze said to have made 30,000 deliveries since its inception nine months ago. The company wants to extend across the state to legalise marijuana use for medical or recreational commerce.
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