Kannabis Bloc™

P.O. Box 122
North Bend, WA 98045
United States
Telephone: 5098666983
Temporary address during session:
United States
Michale Robinson
Lobbying since: 2023
Michale Robinson stands as a distinguished expert in campaign strategy, grassroots advocacy, and brings with him over a decade of invaluable experience in the cannabis industry. His remarkable journey has left an enduring mark on the political landscape, most notably as the 72-hour campaign strategy lead for Tim Kaine's triumphant 2005 gubernatorial race in Virginia. A Legacy of Excellence: Michale's career is a testament to innovation, strategic prowess, and unwavering commitment. He is a seasoned veteran who consistently raises the bar in campaign excellence. Pivotal Role in 2005: Michale's crowning achievement was his strategic leadership during the intense 2005 gubernatorial campaign, with a primary focus on the Virginia Beach and Chesapeake areas. His innovative strategies and tireless dedication were instrumental in securing victory for Tim Kaine, reshaping the political landscape of these vital regions. A Decade in the Cannabis Industry: Beyond his political career, Michale boasts a decade-long tenure in the cannabis industry. His extensive experience in this evolving field positions him as a trusted voice and a visionary in shaping cannabis policy and regulation. Grassroots Advocacy Mastery: Michale's influence extends to grassroots lobbying, where he excels at mobilizing communities and shaping public opinion. His grassroots efforts have led to impactful policy changes, showcasing the power of grassroots movements. A Vision for Change: Michale's work is driven by a vision for a brighter, more equitable future. His passion, strategic thinking, and commitment to both democrat and republican principles continue to inspire change and progress. Join the Journey: Michale Robinson invites you to be part of this transformative journey. Together, we can drive change, innovate, and build a better future for our communities, our states, and our nation.

This lobbyist certified completion of required code of conduct training on 10/26/2023.
Levi Lyon
Lobbying since: 2023
Levi Lyon is a distinguished leader in the cannabis industry with over 20 years of experience. He's a passionate advocate for responsible cannabis consumption and community empowerment, known for his role in Hempfest Seattle and with many of Washingtons national Music & Entertaiment companies handling campaign strategy. Decades of Expertise: With over two decades in the cannabis industry, Levi is a trusted authority. His deep knowledge has influenced positive change and fueled advocacy efforts. Grassroots Champion: Levi's leadership at Hempfest Seattle has driven awareness, sensible policy advocacy, and responsible cannabis use promotion. He's dedicated to empowering communities. Amplifying Voices: Working with major Music & Entertainment companies such as iHeart Radio, KISW and more, Levi uses radio to encourage informed cannabis discussions, challenge stereotypes, and normalize cannabis in society. Advocating for a Better Future: Levi's vision extends beyond cannabis reform; he envisions vibrant communities celebrating responsible cannabis use. Join the Cause: With over two decades of experience, Levi Lyon invites you to join the movement for change. Whether you're passionate about cannabis reform or community empowerment, Levi's advocacy offers a platform for action. Levi Lyon isn't just a lobbyist; he's a seasoned advocate, a catalyst for change, and an inspiration for those who believe in responsible cannabis advocacy.

This lobbyist certified completion of required code of conduct training on 10/27/2023.

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