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Arizona: 'High Profits' Star Katherine Grimm To Appear At Southwest Cannabis Conference

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Katherine Grimm, breakout star of CNN’s popular docu-series "High Profits," will appear at the inaugural Southwest Cannabis Conference & Expo on October 27 and 28 at the Phoenix Convention Center.

Grimm, who will attend a meet-and-greet with attendees and appear as a panelist, is the unlikely star of the CNN Original Series, produced by Bat Bridge Entertainment, that followed the saga of a Breckenridge, Colorado recreational marijuana dispensary. As the owner of Clever Gent Bud, Grimm stood out as the show’s intelligent, strategic cannabis entrepreneur.

Organizers also announced featured breakout session speakers including Scottsdale attorneys Laura Bianchi and Ryan Hurley of the Rose Law Group who will discuss the latest legislative issues related to cannabis in Arizona, and the country.

More than 300 exhibitors are expected at the two-day event that includes interactive workshops, leading industry guest speakers, a job fair, business-to-business networking and more. Thousands of attendees from across the Southwest are expected to attend.

The first annual Southwest Cannabis Conference & Expo is presented by the Southwest Expo Group, software developer MJ Freeway and New Times Phoenix. Tickets and convention information are available by calling the Southwest Event Group at 1-877-775-1568 or online at swccexpo.com. The Phoenix Convention Center is located at 100 N. 3rd Street. Doors will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m during the event.

U.S.: CNN's Weed 3 and Original Series High Profits Debut To Strong Ratings

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Weed 3 Outperforms the Combined Delivery of Fox News and MSNBC among Adults 25-54

High Profits Posts +1367% Advantage over Fox News and +94% Lead over MSNBC among Younger Viewers 18-34

According to Nielsen Fast National Data, the premiere of CNN’s Weed 3: The Marijuana Revolution, reported by Dr. Sanjay Gupta, and the new CNN Original Series "High Profits" both debuted as the #1 programs in cable news in their time periods last night among the demo 25-54 and 18-34 ratings.

At 9pm, Weed 3 averaged 299k in the demo 25-54 rating, outperforming the combined delivery of Fox News and MSNBC. It easily topped Fox News’ 188k by +59% and MSNBC’s 98k by +205%.

Among younger viewers (18-34), CNN averaged 80k, MSNBC posted 63k and Fox News trailed way behind with 28k. Compared to the prior four Sundays, CNN was up the most in cable news in the hour among adults 25-54 -- increasing +32%, while Fox grew +29% and MSNBC was down -41%.

At 10 pm, the first episode of CNN’s new eight-part docu-series "High Profits," about a business-minded couple with a plan to franchise marijuana, also debuted at #1 across cable news Monday night. Among adults 25-54, "High Profits" averaged 284k, +39% more than Fox News’ 205k and +147% higher than MSNBC’s 115k.

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