JARS and HYMAN team up for $70K gas card giveaway in Michigan

FLINT, Michigan — Starting April 12, JARS Cannabis is teaming up with luxury lifestyle cannabis brand HYMAN to give away $70,000 in gas cards for customers who are looking to save some green at the pump. Aptly named the “Gas Up With Us” campaign, JARS will offer $25 Speedway gas cards to customers purchasing the limited edition JARS x HYMAN BONZEEN eighth at one of their 12 Michigan locations, including the Flint-Mount Morris location at 4326 W Pierson Rd.

“Supporting the communities we inhabit and serve is at the core of our brand’s DNA,” explains JARS Cannabis Marketing Director, Stefanie Michels. “We’re always striving to find creative ways to give back to our communities and loyal customers, so we want to thank HYMAN for teaming up with us during this time of need.”

In addition to giving customers relief at the pump, the “Gas Up With Us” campaign also relaunches an indica-hybrid strain expected to hit Michigan cannabis shelves soon. Loosely translated to “gasoline” in various languages, the BONZEEN cannabis strain was launched initially in Michigan retailers last year under the HYMAN's Series II collection. The collection celebrated Michigan’s diverse culture and community.

The limited-edition BONZEEN cannabis flower will be available in environmentally-friendly 3.5g collectible glass jar containers featuring the exclusively-labeled JARS and HYMAN branding designed by Custom Marijuana Packaging

“HYMAN seeks to launch and support campaigns that individuals can relate to and resonate with,” says MEDfarms National Sales Director, David Shaba. “We feel that this campaign is the perfect way to lighten the impact that inflation is imposing on our patrons' pockets, and we look forward to helping those in need obtain access to high-quality gas – in more ways than one.” 

For more information about JARS Cannabis, visit: jarscannabis.com
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