A longstanding security company in the legal marijuana industry, Apache 6 Security. Apache 6 offers discreet security systems and prominent advertising, paired with an honorable dedication to military veterans. This security company offers so much more than just surveillance systems; it offers a partnership to grow your cannabis business while making a serious difference in the lives of many people. Protecting businesses with seed to sale software in line with government compliance, can help businesses feel safe when distributing alongside their security protocols.
An important part of the Apache 6 mission is to give back to military veterans. The company does not hire employees, it recruits individuals with military backgrounds which span many different categories of skill sets, including surveillance. One individual who was recently recruited to join the Apache 6 team, Jason, is a former Army Ranger who single-handedly installed a surveillance program in Afghanistan for the troops. His next step is to secure all growers in Washington and Oregon. Along with surveillance specialties, the company has hired individuals with special forces backgrounds, and even former NFL players.
Apache 6 recruits people who have made an impact in their former line of work, both literally and figuratively. Because the company is branching out into other ventures, such as advertising, it is important to bring in people with expertise and an edge.
Advertising is something that the company has been recently focused on. The advertising that the company offers is unique in that it offers product placement on television, but not just any normal 60-second slot in between segments of your favorite show–rather, product placement in music videos with celebrities. Certain brands and labels are worn by celebrities in music videos and on tour. This form of advertising is very effective in the industry and clients who work exclusively with Apache 6 have access to these promotional perks.
Of course, Apache 6 is does not only promote brands which hired the company exclusively. The company simply cares about its team of military veterans and wishes to reward those who hire them. If a marijuana industry business is only interested in partially working with Apache 6, that business is still eligible for product promotion. However, celebrities usually only make an appearance in shops where the company is currently working.
Currently, Apache 6 is promoting 2Reps, a rap duo out of Portland. The company is shooting the duo’s “Mike Epps Presents: I Just Wanna Smoke Tour,” which will bring the people of Apache 6 with 2Reps on tour. Apache 6 is not only promoting the tour, it is also hosting the Mike Epps after party in Portland in August.
Apache 6 and 2Reps will soon host a video blog about dispensary tours around Washington, and likely Oregon, next year in the hopes of finding the “best pot, and the growers who made that possible.” Also, those who are currently working with Apache 6 will have an opportunity to hang out VIP style with Mike Epps next month. Furthermore, a few lucky brands will have the opportunity to raffle tickets at the World of Weed in Tacoma, Seattle Tonics in Seattle, and the GreenHead Cannabis in Vancouver. As you can see, partnering with Apache 6 has some intense perks, including advertising opportunities which span the Pacific Northwest.
Vendors and retailers are encouraged to advertise their products with Apache 6. The company is passionate about moving marijuana business forward while giving back to those who have served in our country’s military. It is no secret that Apache 6 offers amazing opportunities for those in the marijuana business; to reach them, email email@example.com. You won’t regret it.
Disclaimer: Apache 6 security is an advertiser of HighAboveSeattle.com. This is an article is about their service in the local recreational marijuana industry.
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