Marijuana Reality Show to hit the airwaves

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DENVER, CO - There's a hot new reality series in Denver. It's kind of a combination of Shark Tank and The Apprentice, if you were watching it stoned. The Marijuana Show auditions gave dozens of weed-lovers a chance to pitch their products and ideas for the pot industry, hoping to become Mary-Jane millionaires.

Director Wendy Robins created the show with high hopes that education about pot will help it lose it's stigma, saying, "I'm tired of marijuana being illegal."

Six contestants from the auditions will head to boot-camp, where they'll be coached on how to pitch these ideas, and the episodes will be airing in November.

Who says your pipe dreams can't become reality!?

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