The “Second City” Is Quickly Becoming The “First City” In Rolling Papers
When our design department took a hand drawn sketch for custom rolling papers of the Chicago flag and the brand name and turned it into one of the coolest designs I’ve ever seen, in nearly 500 brand designs for custom rolling papers, I was utterly amazed. This, and the entrepreneurial acumen of Justin Jackson, are bound to make CHICAGO Rolling Papers an outright success!
It has been a long time coming but Chicago is about to become the 10th state in the U.S. to legalize marijuana. It is with this huge step for Illinois that Chicago Rolling Papers introduces two sizes of hemp bases premium rolling papers in 1.25 anHd King Size launching next month.
Chicago Rolling Papers will host a crowd funding campaign on Indiegogo starting November 14th and running for a month offering different tiers where you can help with fund and promote by also buying shirts, hats, posters, grinders and flags with the CRP logo. Chicago Rolling Papers will also have a monthly subscription service that will simplify your shopping needs for papers. Quantities are limited and they expect sales to accumulate quickly for Christmas and the New Year so if you would like to buy please order early.
When speaking to the owner, Justin Jackson it was clear to see that Chicago Rolling Papers is ready for New Year, “Chicago Rolling Papers will give local Chicagoans the option to buy local and support a Chicago business.” said Jackson. “We want to grow with Chicago and the industry as it takes shape in the years to come.”
Jackson was also asked about where the papers will be sold. “You will find them on our website or at your local Chicagoland convenience store, vape shop or dispensary, however we will be taking our first orders through the Indiegogo site that will launch on November 14th.”
Links to that Indiegogo site will be provided on www.ChicagoPapers.com
Custom Rolling Papers that define a city and a whole generation.
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