Snoop Dogg Invests in Medical Marijuana Delivery Service
Snoop Dogg has been a public supporter of marijuana for his entire career so it's no surprise that he invested in a medical marijuana delivery service.
According to Business Insider, Big Snoop's Casa Verde Capital is one of several companies that invested a total of $10 million in Eaze. Nicknamed Uber-for-weed, Eaze is a medical marijuana start up, based out of California. The service is available in 35 cities, and one of their guarantees to customers is delivery service within 10 minutes. Other investors in the project include DCM Ventures, 500 Startups and Fresh VC.
Read Eaze's company description below:
Eaze (www.eazeup.com) is an on-demand healthcare delivery service that enables patients to access medical marijuana easily, quickly and professionally via mobile device. Its proprietary technology automates patient verification and caregiver dispatch to hand-deliver medicine to patients in 10 minutes on average. Founded in 2013 in San Francisco by Keith McCarty, a seasoned tech executive who helped build Yammer (acquired by Microsoft), Eaze is expanding quickly to all states where medical marijuana is legal.
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