2014 BIG Industry Show, Galleria Glass Exhibition and High Times US Cannabis Cup Declared Record-breaking Success and Cited as Premier 420 Lifestyle Event - KMPH FOX 26 | Central San Joaquin Valley News Source

2014 BIG Industry Show, Galleria Glass Exhibition and High Times US Cannabis Cup Declared Record-breaking Success and Cited as Premier 420 Lifestyle Event

Information contained on this page is provided by an independent third-party content provider. WorldNow and this Station make no warranties or representations in connection therewith. If you have any questions or comments about this page please contact pressreleases@worldnow.com.

SOURCE BIG Publications

50,000 attendees descended on Denver over the course of April 16 thru 20 to be a part of the US's leading 420 lifestyle event, which saw record-breaking success over its five days of delivery. Now, the 2014 BIG Industry Show, Galleria glass exhibition and High Times US Cannabis Cup can take a quick breather before preparations begin for the 2015 event.

DENVER, May 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The 2014 BIG Industry Show, Galleria glass exhibition and High Times US Cannabis Cup has been hailed as an enormous success by its organizers. The BIG Industry Show broke a number of its own records, cementing its position as the leading 420 lifestyle event in the US.

Photo - http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20140502/83798
Photo - http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20140502/83797

Held in the Denver Mart on April 16 thru 20, following a change of venue due to massive demand for tickets, the 2014 event was attended by some 50,000 delegates – a huge increase over the 10,000 people who attended the 2013 event.

The 2014 BIG Industry Show included record numbers of exhibitors and also featured a huge range of new and innovative crossover partnerships, such as its first ever tattoo exhibition, the Dunkxchange sneaker and streetwear show and the thought-provoking graffiti installation. Organizers at BIG commented at the conclusion of the event:

"We are thrilled to have run such a successful event and would like to thank all those who have played a role in bringing this leading celebration of the 420 lifestyle to Colorado. The massive attendance figures have shown us just how current and in demand events like this are. We've been left feeling truly inspired to start planning the 2015 event, which we are determined will be even bigger, better and more innovative!"

The BIG Galleria glass exhibition also included another first in 2014, with April 18 seeing a canned goods drive take place in aid of Denver's homeless population. The organizers gathered boxes of cans throughout the day, which will be distributed to Denver's homeless thanks to the organizers' ethos of giving something back to the community that made their event feel so welcome.

While the BIG team will no doubt be taking a short and very well-deserved break in order to rest and enjoy their success before moving on to next year's event, there's no doubt that the planning for 2015 will soon begin in earnest. With a team this creative and innovative behind the scenes, there's no doubt that whatever next year's show brings, it will be set to attract even more delegates and reconfirm the event's leading role in the US's 420 lifestyle sector. 

A special thanks to leading brand Formula 420 for setting standards in the industry for nearly two decades. Always innovating and trendsetting, we salute you. 

For the latest information on the BIG Industry Show, including press coverage of the 2014 event and planning for next year's show, visit http://www.bigindustryshow.com/

http://instagram.com/bigindustryshow
http://instagram.com/biggalleriaevent

Contact:

Alex White
1-877-484-3301

Read more news from BIG Publications.

©2012 PR Newswire. All Rights Reserved.

  • Local NewsLocal NewsMore>>

  • Thieves Steal KMPH FOX 26 Gas Card, Charge Up $1,400

    Thieves Steal KMPH FOX 26 Gas Card, Charge Up $1,400

    The hunt is on for a thieves who stole a KMPH FOX 26 News credit card and used it to fill up a number of cars in Fresno.More than $1,400 in stolen gas was placed on the stolen credit card.The crooks even used the card at the same gas station several times in a day.Surveillance video from several gas stations show at the time the stolen credit card was used, a group of people were at the gas station filling up several cars.Jim Moore, KMPH Fox 26 Chief Engineer says, "$1,400 is a lot of money....More >>
    The hunt is on for a thieves who stole a KMPH FOX 26 News credit card and used it to fill up a number of cars in Fresno.More than $1,400 in stolen gas was placed on the stolen credit card.The crooks even used the card at the same gas station several times in a day.Surveillance video from several gas stations show at the time the stolen credit card was used, a group of people were at the gas station filling up several cars.Jim Moore, KMPH Fox 26 Chief Engineer says, "$1,400 is a lot of money....More >>
  • SPECIAL INVESTIGATION: Why Are Ambulance Bills So Expensive?

    SPECIAL INVESTIGATION: Why Are Ambulance Bills So Expensive?

    If you need an ambulance in the Fresno area, get ready for sticker shock. It turns out ambulance bills are expensive and there are several reasons why.
    More >>
    If you need an ambulance in the Fresno area, get ready for sticker shock. It turns out ambulance bills are expensive and there are several reasons why.

    More >>
  • Memorial Fund Set Up to Remember COS Employee Killed in Accident

    Memorial Fund Set Up to Remember COS Employee Killed in Accident

    A College of the Sequoias employee killed at work last week is being remembered by the community.37-year-old James Heuer died July 18th when he was driving a spray rig on the COS farm in Tulare and for unknown reasons, he lost control and wound up being pinned underneath the tractor. He worked as a farm specialist for COS and was also a former student there.Thursday, the college announced a scholarship fund has been set up for Heuer's seven-year-old son, Ethan.And friends, family and co-worke...More >>
    A College of the Sequoias employee killed at work last week is being remembered by the community.37-year-old James Heuer died July 18th when he was driving a spray rig on the COS farm in Tulare and for unknown reasons, he lost control and wound up being pinned underneath the tractor. He worked as a farm specialist for COS and was also a former student there.Thursday, the college announced a scholarship fund has been set up for Heuer's seven-year-old son, Ethan.And friends, family and co-worke...More >>
Powered by WorldNow
All content © Copyright 2000 - 2014 WorldNow and KMPH. All Rights Reserved.
For more information on this site, please read our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.