ONTARIO, CA – The Southern California PGA (SCPGA) and Northern California PGA (NCPGA) are excited to announce their new statewide partnership with CannaCraft, an industry leader in health and wellness space.
This is a first-of-its-kind collaboration in which CannaCraft has committed to supporting multiple SCPGA and NCPGA events throughout the year, including on-site tournaments as event sponsors, and supporting virtual webinars featuring leading cannabis experts and educators. In addition to supporting PGA Professionals through Section events, CannaCraft will also be involved prominently with PGA HOPE (Helping Our Patriots Everywhere), supporting veterans with disabilities to enhance their physical, social, and emotional wellbeing.
“We are excited to partner with CannaCraft, and especially, Care by Design, as well as the Southern California PGA, in bringing to market products designed to aid and improve our well-being. The CannaCraft team takes the time to educate its consumers on its wide range of products. Their measured, consumer-oriented approach is a hallmark to their success,” NCPGA Executive Director, Len Dumas, PGA.
CannaCraft cultivates health and happiness through cannabis and has over 200 products with best-selling items in major categories including tinctures, soft gel capsules, vape cartridges, beverages, flower, and edibles. This robust portfolio is supported by state-of-the-art manufacturing equipment, in-house R&D, and statewide distribution all operating out of CannaCraft’s over 30,000 square ft. facility in Sonoma County.
“We are proud to partner with the PGA in California and excited to introduce our Care by Design products to PGA professionals; assisting golfers with wellness, recovery and staying at the top of their game,” CannaCraft CEO, Jim Hourigan
“The CannaCraft team is dedicated to supporting both PGA Sections with the shared goal of driving their missions forward across the state. This is a great opportunity for both PGA Sections to improve health and wellness with an industry-leading partner,” SCPGA Executive Director/CEO, Tom Addis III, PGA.
SCPGA Contact: David Kuhn, Director of Business Development and Marketing, 951-845-4653, firstname.lastname@example.org
CannaCraft has roots in cannabis cultivation dating back to the 80’s, when co-founder Dennis Hunter first taught himself how to grow cannabis as a young adult in Mendocino county and he had remained a pillar in the cannabis community since. CannaCraft co-founders Ned Fussell and Dennis Hunter set out to make the world happier and healthier through cannabis. By partnering with leading cannabis researchers and incorporating cutting-edge manufacturing equipment and techniques from the pharmaceutical, beauty, and food & beverage industries, CannaCraft created markets for some of the most popular cannabis products that we see today like 100% cannabis oil vape pens, microdosed edibles, and CBD:THC ratio products.
ABOUT THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PGA
The Southern California Section was established in 1924, and today is comprised of over 1,700 golf Professionals working at over 500 facilities within the Section. The mission of the Southern California Section (SCPGA) is that Purpose of the PGA of America, to promote the enjoyment and involvement in the game of golf and to contribute to its growth by providing services to golf professionals and the golf industry. The SCPGA provides competitive playing opportunities, educational seminars, and growth of the game initiatives, within a geographic area that stretches from San Luis Obispo to the Tijuana Border, and from the Pacific Ocean to the Nevada and Arizona borders.
ABOUT THE NORTHERN CALIFORNIA PGA
The Northern California Section of the Professional Golfers’ Association is an organization committed to helping others through the game of golf. With 1,100 dedicated PGA Professionals and associates at over 400 golf facilities in Northern California and Northwestern Nevada, the Association continues to have a positive impact on the game of golf both regionally and nationally. The Northern California PGA provides support to its golf professionals in the following areas: Education, Employment, Youth and Player Development Professional Tournaments, and Marketing Services. With over 1,100 PGA professionals and associates, this association of golf professionals focuses on providing the benefits of golf to people as individuals as well as to the community.