FEARLESS LEADER (FOUNDER, CEO)
Danny has helped pave the “wild west” of Colorado’s newest and most fragrant industry, bringing cannabis experiences into the travel mainstream. Danny is a long-time advocate for the medicinal, therapeutic, and recreational benefits of cannabis.
THE GENERAL (DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS)
“In Denver, I held two different positions in corporate sales, which I ended up finding so boring that I actually fell asleep in one of our regional meetings. So that was when I knew I needed to get out of there ASAP.”
THE PROFESSOR (TOUR GUIDE MANAGER)
Advice for visitors to Denver: I know more about the Denver food scene than Yelp and TripAdvisor combined. Denver’s best-kept secret is Machete Tacos. Get your personalized restaurant recommendations here.
THE ANSWER (DIRECTOR OF SALES)
Favorite thing to buy at the dispensary: Although I like all cannabis products, I will probably always love high-quality flower. However, live resin is quickly becoming one of my favorite products. The aroma and taste profiles are unlike anything else out there.
THE SCRUTINIZER (CONTROLLER)
Best Advice for Travelers to Denver: Avoid I-70 like the plague if you plan to ski or snowboard. Make sure to visit Red Rocks and Garden of the Gods on your visit and you’ll be a happy camper.
NICK OF ALL TRADES (DIRECTOR OF TECHNOLOGY)
Favorite thing to buy at the dispensary: I like flower for the pleasurable, meditative experience of rolling and smoking a joint to unwind at the end of the day, but my true cannabis love is concentrates.
THE GRINDER (DIRECTOR OF MARKETING)
Advice for visitors in Denver: Some of my favorite experiences here in Denver- Rino District, Red Rocks Amphitheatre, the music scene in its entirety, craft brews & cocktails, rustic restaurants, super-fine cannabis, and Jazz nights at Meadowlark Bar. My advice is to come back every year!
THE SPECIALIST (BRAND ACTIVATION)
Advice to Travelers: Wake up early and go to sleep late, so much to eat, see and do in Denver! Start out with breakfast at Lucile’s Creole Cafe and then go ob a hike at Redrocks. lunch head over to the Denver Central Market in RiNo. After lunch, you can burn off the calories by walking around checking out some amazing street art murals in the River North Arts District.
WINSTON CONNOR III
THE DIPLOMAT (SALES & SUPPORT)
Advice for visitors to Denver: Be sure to ask for me when you call to book your vacation! In addition to setting you up for an awesome 420 experience, I’ve got food and activity recommendations for days!
THE FIXER (HARDWARE MANAGER)
Before I became a part of the My 420 Tours family, I worked as a carpenter, a waiter, a bouncer, a salesman, and a cannabis grower. Then Matt, a lifelong friend and mentor of mine, brought me on board.
THE CHEF (FOOD EXPERIENCE GUIDE)
“Originally from California, I moved to Colorado in 2000 for college, then made it my home. With my style of cooking, I have fully embraced the cannabis industry and techniques to elevate full meals — not just high-intensity things to taste.”
BAILEY, AKA “THE NUGGET”
THE AMBASSADOR (WELCOME COMMITTEE)
Advice for visitors to Denver: There are a LOT of fun parks, hikes, and breweries to go to, which is what my human and I do on the weekends. You really can’t go wrong in Denver, since it is pretty much the dog-friendliest city in the world!
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