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Wednesday, March 25th, 2020

Willie’s Reserve

Wednesday, March 25th, 2020

www.WilliesReserve.com

Cannabis flowers grow in a vast and beautiful array, a true wonder of nature. WILLIE’S RESERVE™ embraces this natural diversity and the wide range of effects cannabis creates.

Willie Nelson and Micah Nelson, quiet time and tea

Monday, March 16th, 2020

Willie’s Reserve Weekend Special

Saturday, December 21st, 2019

Willie Nelson, Nathanial Rateliff team with cannabis line #WilliesReserve

Sunday, December 15th, 2019

photo: Janis Tillerson

theknow.denverpost.com

Singer-songwriter Willie Nelson and Denver’s own Nathaniel Rateliff have teamed up to promote a new line of cannabis products ahead of Rateliff’s annual holiday concerts, cannabis PR agency Grasslands said this week.

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The new strain of cannabis flower is part of Willie’s Reserve: The Nightstache Collection, which also includes a vaping cartridge that launched in August just before Rateliff’s annual Red Rocks concerts. The strain is “hand-selected from local grower AJ’s Craft Cannabis,” according to Grasslands, and was made available starting Dec. 11 to promote Rateliff and his band The Night Sweats’ Dec. 13-14 concerts at Mission Ballroom. 

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Meet the Farmers #WilliesReserve

Tuesday, December 3rd, 2019

Willie’s Reserve Holiday Specials (buy one, get one)

Tuesday, November 26th, 2019
www.Williesremedy.com

Willie’s Remedy Hemp-Infused Product Line 
On Buy One Get One Holiday Promotion

Willie’s Remedy and Willie Nelson Product
Limited Edition Gift Set Also Now Available

Willie’s Remedy, a line of hemp-based wellness products inspired by legendary musician and activist Willie Nelson, is counting down to 2020 with a special buy one get one holiday promotion. Limited Edition Gift Set Available at shop.williesremedy.com/product/gift-bag/

From now to the new year every Willie’s Remedy coffee or tea purchased at shop.williesremedy.com comes with the gift of another coffee or tea to share. No promo code necessary.

Also available through Willie’s Remedy is a Limited Edition Gift Set featuring a choice of Willie’s Remedy hemp-infused coffee or tea, hemp tote bag, 15 oz. ceramic mug and a vinyl imprint of Willie Nelson’s 2019 release Ride Me Back Home.

The album features 11 recordings that are a reflective upbeat journey through life, love, and time’s inescapable rhythms viewed from Willie’s inimitable perspective. The title track was just nominated for the GRAMMY Award in the Best Country Solo Performance category.

About Willie’s Remedy
Willie’s Remedy is a line of hemp-based wellness products inspired by pioneering musician and activist Willie Nelson and his wife, Annie Nelson. Willie’s Remedy hemp-infused products are non-intoxicating and feature full-spectrum hemp oil extract made from crops organically grown by American farmers.

Willie’s Remedy brings together the Nelson family’s commitment to supporting American farmers and environmental stewardship, while offering consumers simple ways to access the health benefits of hemp.

Willie’s Remedy joins sister brand Willie’s Reserve, a separate line of licensed THC cannabis products.   Willie’s Remedy and Willie’s Reserve brands are owned and operated byGCH Inc., a cannabis consumer products company founded with Willie Nelson to develop a portfolio of cannabis brands.

For more information about GCH Inc. and future plans, please contact investorrelations@gchusa.com.  

Willie’s Reserve’s promise

Wednesday, October 16th, 2019

Thank you Willie Nelson and Willie’s Reserve

Thursday, October 10th, 2019

Look who’s representing Willies Reserve — Ashley and Jude, perfect

Wednesday, July 3rd, 2019

Willie Nelson, Chief Testing Officer for Willie’s Reserve

Thursday, June 20th, 2019

Happy Father’s Day

Sunday, June 16th, 2019

Happy Mother’s Day

Sunday, May 12th, 2019

Willie and Weed

Tuesday, May 7th, 2019

www.spokesman.com
by: John Nelson

The branding power of Willie Nelson draws a crowd even in states where weed is illegal.

Take Texas, for example.

At the Luck Reunion, an annual music festival held on Nelson’s ranch about 45 minutes outside Austin in March, there was a huge line to get into the Willie’s Reserve merchandise store, where vape pens, lighters, bandanas, hats, T-shirts and other clothing were on sale. No weed was available – at least legally – anywhere at the festival, but that didn’t seem to matter to the cannabis lovers who clamored for the merch.

“There’s a huge demand among fans to show their love for Willie,” said Elizabeth Hogan, vice president of brand and communications for Willie’s Reserve, Nelson’s cannabis brand.

Alan Verhines, a fan attending the Luck Reunion from Indianapolis, walked out of the store with a Willie’s Reserve tote bag, hat and a few other items he had just purchased.

“Most of this stuff I’m going to give away,” he said. “It’s never too soon to think about Christmas.”

Another fan, Ben from Austin (who asked that his last name not be used), purchased a Willie’s Reserve vape pen.

“I’m a big believer in hemp, and I’m a big supporter of Willie,” he said.

Beyond the swag, the Willie’s Reserve cannabis products have an ardent following. You can buy his licensed flower strains and products in states where weed is legal, including Washington, Oregon and Colorado.

Some of the strains sold in Washington include Mr. Nice, LA Confidential, Big Blue and Glitter Glue. Besides flower and pre-rolls, Willie’s Reserve has an ever-growing menu of edible products.

In the Spokane area, Willie’s Reserve is sold at Primo Cannabis, Apex Cannabis, Locals Canna House, Cannabis and Glass, Lovely Buds and Lucky Leaf, according to the Willie’s Reserve website. Pullman, Clarkston and Walla Walla also have outlets.

So far, reviews from retailers are positive. Neil Waldbjorn, store manager for Local Roots Marijuana in Everett, said he’s impressed with Willie’s Reserve as a company. Waldbjorn was attending the Luck Reunion wearing a Seahawks ball cap, standing out among the vast field of cowboy hats.

“The company is well organized, which shows me they’ll be around long term,” he said.

Willie’s Reserve partners with farmers who use sustainable practices, giving an assist to “the independent American farmer,” Hogan said, an offshoot of Nelson’s well-publicized efforts with Farm Aid, the long running benefit concert to assist American family farms.

The company’s website lists six growers it works with in Washington, including Leaves of Grass in Wenatchee. On the retail end, outlets offering “good consumer experience” are chosen, according to Hogan.

In Texas, Nelson is supporting efforts to legalize hemp farming, a logical first step in a conservative state that still doesn’t allow medical sales of marijuana.

“It’s very meaningful to Willie to see hemp plants grown in his home state,” Hogan said.

Eventually, that could lead to legal sales of cannabis, she said, given the state’s libertarian streak.

“There’s a strong appreciation for freedom in Texas,” said Hogan, looking around at the crowd of fans scurrying around the Willie’s Reserve store at the Luck Reunion. “The more we can show that cannabis can be sold responsibly elsewhere, the better chance we have.”J

Maybe it’s Willies Reserve and Willies’ Remedy

Monday, May 6th, 2019