For Immediate Release

November 1st, 2017

Hawaii Patients Union Marches With Veterans to “Celebrate Service”

Hilo, Hawai’i – The Hawai‘i Island Community is preparing to once again honor our Military Veterans on Saturday, November 4th, 2017, at the 10th Annual Hawaii Island Veterans Day Parade. The parade’s theme, “Celebrate Service”, focuses on the increased involvement of veterans and the community to serve those in need.

The Hawaii Patients Union will participate in support of Veterans and their families rights to legal, safe, affordable Cannabis medicines. One of the hundreds of ways we can all join together to support our Veterans the Hawaii Patients Union will be giving thanks for everything our local and statewide Veterans organizations and their Veteran members have done in service to our country.

“We celebrate the unending gifts our Veterans have provided. We will do everything to ensure this important part of our community is recognized and honored for their service to our country. Our policy for all classes and events has and continues to be free admission for all Veterans.” -Brent Norris, Volunteer, Hawaii Patients Union

Since 2014 the Hawaii Cannabis Organization has supported all patients rights to legal, safe and affordable Cannabis medicine.

About the Hawaii Veterans Parade
Held in downtown Hilo, the parade has grown into one of Hawaii’s largest Veterans Day parades. This event can only be held with the generous financial and volunteer support of local businesses and individuals. Our committee members are all volunteers who give their time and effort to support and organize the Hawaii Island Veterans Day Parade because of its importance in recognizing our Hawaii Island veterans and their families and working with the community to help much more. For more information on the Hawaii Island Veterans Day Parade, go to If you have questions, please email us at

About the Hawaii Cannabis Organization
A program of Green Collar Technologies 501c(3) the Hawaii Cannabis Organization formed to raise awareness for patient and caregiver rights in Hawaii. Veterans can learn more about Hawaii Cannabis classes and events including the Hawaii Cannabis Open Expo on Dec. 17th by visiting

About the Hawaii Patients Union
The Hawaii Patients Union brings people together to learn and benefit from services provided by Cannabis-friendly businesses in Hawaii. We are a unified, diverse, patient run organization for the benefit of licensed Hawaii Cannabis patients.

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