Desert Hot Springs named The Coachella Valley Cannabis Alliance Network (CVCAN) Non-Profit of the Year during the city’s annual State of the City, Business Awards, and Expo event!
The Cannabis Industry employs 4000 people in Desert Hot Springs and 1512 of them are DHS residents. CVCAN is an organization that provides a responsible and productive voice for the cannabis industry in the Coachella Valley through innovative and effective programs in development, operations, regulations, and outreach.
“We are extremely honored with this recognition,” said Scott Rusczyk, Board President of CVCAN and Territory Manager for The Caputo Group. “Our organization was born right here in Desert Hot Springs, and we are grateful for the city’s ongoing support. This honor is another step in our collective efforts to achieve normalization in the cannabis industry.” CVCAN Board members Jocelyn Kane and Paula Turner joined Mr. Rusczyk in celebrating the award and event.