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Eco-Friendly Cannabis Car – A Groundbreaking Driving Revolution


The excessive use of petroleum fuels, industrial waste, and the resultant byproducts that are emitted into the atmosphere is the prime reason behind the photochemical smog that is being accumulated into our atmospheres and polluting our environment. Considering the need of time, the world is preparing to opt for sustainable, eco-friendly, and affordable energy resources to fuel the mechanical gears of machines in industries, and keep them in a dynamic state while also preserving the ecology.

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Eco-Friendly Cannabis Car by Bruce Dietzen.

The launch of the Eco-Friendly Cannabis Car is another milestone in the cannabis revolution that is accelerating and picking up pace with each legalization. Although the experiment to construct a car from the hemp plant and run it on hemp fuel was successfully made by Henry Ford in 1953, the idea took more than six decades to re-emerge as an alternative to diesel, petroleum, or electrical powered cars.

The Eco-Friendly Cannabis Car designed by Bruce Dietzen was featured at The Marijuana Show and received tremendous acclaim from Ganjapreneurs as well as the general masses. Investors in the Private Equity, Venture Capital, and Hedge Fund arena are betting on this new market dominance of eco-friendly vehicles and vessels.

Eco-Friendly Cannabis Car – Features and Specifications

The ‘green’ car features an aesthetically carved sporty construct that is made from 100 lbs of triple-plied hemp material. The material provides the car with a similar look and exterior as that of steel or fiberglass. However, it is more durable and lighter in weight, and it’s 10 times more dent resistant.

The hemp made car was engineered to offer an approximate mileage of 420 miles per tank, on the 2nd generation biofuels such as bioethanol or cellulosic ethanol. The plant-based fuel is not only energy-efficient, but also extremely eco-friendly.

The Philosophy Behind Green Driving Revolution

The revolution in the domain of automobiles and industries, during the 20th century, has cast an irrevocable damage to the atmosphere and ecology of the world. The influx of technology and innovations comes with a downside attached to it, in terms a consistent imbalance in the natural biosphere. The idea of the hemp made green cars is based on the original prototype that was developed by Henry Ford, the pioneer of affordable automobiles.

The underlying inspiration and philosophy behind these hybrid eco-friendly cars is to raise awareness about the increasing environmental degradation, and the need to shift the consumption of fuels from non-renewal and eco-degrading sources to energy sustainable resources.


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Eco-Friendly Cannabis Car by Bruce Dietzen.

Millennials on the Driver Seat

Compared to the generation of the Baby Boomers, Millennials have a penchant for non-conformity and individuality. They like to experiment with things and have an awareness about the global challenges such as health and ecology. The millennial generation thrives on the opportunities for growth and innovations, and possesses a positive outlook towards life and lifestyle. Considering the key traits of the generation, Millennials can be a promising market for the budding, as well as established Ganjapreneurs, to venture into hemp made cars.

Millennials test things on the parameter of value rather than merely relying on the evident tangible benefits. Hemp made, sustainable, and eco-friendly automobiles will sure catch their interest, as an innovative, eco-friendly, and fuel-efficient alternative to the petrol or electrical cars. These prime attributes of the car can efficiently transcend various demographic segments and can conveniently be marketed to Millennials across the globe.

The ‘green’ car being an eco-friendly automobile will bring the users into the pool of contributors, who are striving to control and revoke the process of environmental degradation, and restore the vision of a serene and healthy world.

A documentary series about the Eco-Friendly Cannabis Car directed by Diana Oliver is currently undergoing filming, which will debut for viewing on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, and HBO in Q1-2018. She also produced a spot for Bruce Dietzen as a feature cast in a 10 minute short film, The Hemp Car, which has already been accepted into the Key West Film Festival in November 2017, where Burt Reynolds will host as the key note speaker.

In closing, we have a pool of investors that are looking for new ideas and emerging products, such as the Eco-Friendly Cannabis Car, in America’s fastest growing industry. They want to take part of the market share and the ripple effect that has been resonated by Millenials. Learn more about these investors that are endowment members of our organization by reading Private Equity: A Sector That Will Build Cannabis Into a Multi-Billion Industry.

BIO-SUSTAINABILITY CAR CALL: We are looking for bio-sustainable cars to feature and review.

By donating a car to our organization, we will be able to review, feature, and submit your car to our Research and Development team to conduct a case study to mass produce cost effectively and eco-friendly. We will also present your deck plan to our endowment members of private equity owners, venture capitalists, and hedge fund managers that have access to green friendly manufacturing facilities in the Philippine Islands. Call (858) 952-6330 so we can bridge you to our resources. Thank you for your support!


About the Author: Carlo Desierto is a serial entrepreneur with over a decade of experience in business startups. He has founded, built intrinsic value, and sold several companies in which he sits as an adviser for the Board of Directors. Carlo has interviewed over 200+ entrepreneurs and published mini-biographies for new digital media channels relating to entrepreneurship, health, self-help, futurology, and the green industry.


 

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