Sensi Magazine May 2018 - Las Vegas Digital Edition
May 01, 2018 07:08AM ● Published by Amber Orvik
MAY PLANTS BOOM
THE SAYING IS, “APRIL SHOWERS BRINGS MAY FLOWERS,” AND SENSI LAS VEGAS BLOOMS.
The upscale lifestyle of Las Vegas with the new normal of cannabis continues to grow as colors envelop the terrain and summer is almost here with those triple digit temps. But it remains a balmy 80 degrees and the perfect time for a staycation or a getaway.
The economy of Southern Nevada is built on the tourism and hospitality industry with an estimated 39 million visitors in 2017 (reported by the Las Vegas Visitors and Convention Authority). With the legalization of adult-use recreational cannabis along with medical applications, the ramifications are enormous. Changes will be occurring in Nevada as tourists visiting from states (and even countries) with restrictive cannabis laws need to be educated on local regulations. Sensi is a big part of helping readers navigate the terrain to enjoy responsibly, feel better, and heal while still following current laws.
Sensi will continue to profile those who are part of the cannabis industry as well as monitor changes politically and socially. Andrew Jolley, the president of the Nevada Dispensary Association and native Las Vegan, has been active in the cannabis industry since 2013. He is one of the most influential people with a passion for personal freedoms and helping others.
But while so many people visit Las Vegas, locals yearn to travel as well. Play tourist with visiting family and friends or actually take that well-deserved vacation. There are tours both in the city as well as in distant lands that give a new perspective to the world around us. Another loved activity is golf, although many would debate its transformation from the game of the past. Take in a concert, savor a cup of tea (high tea will never be the same), and celebrate all that is Las Vegas.
While embracing a pro-cannabis stance, Sensi is part of the mainstream and reaches out to those who are active and committed to creating a better community.
Thank you for selecting and reading Sensi, either in print or digitally, and we look forward to continuing our relationship with you, our readers.
Debbie Hall // MANAGING EDITOR - SENSI LAS VEGAS
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