While election week may be tiring for everyone, it can be especially intense for members of the media, particularly those on network news channels. While #TrackingKornacki trended recently, a number of viewers wondered where all of MSNBC election reporter Steve Kornacki’s energy came from. And while Kornacki took a break on Wednesday afternoon, CBD supplier Columbia Care also made him an offer for a year’s supply of CBD to help him chill out. (CBD is, of course, a non-psychoactive component of marijuana that many people use to help relax.)
“We at Columbia Care want to thank you for your incredible work and unwavering dedication to the American people,” Columbia Care Chief Growth Officer Jesse Channon wrote in a public letter addressed to Kornacki, which was sent to Newsweek on Thursday, from a publicist. “As a gift of gratitude, Columbia Care would like to offer you a yearlong supply of our high-quality CBD products, so you can relax and take the break you truly deserve.”
Channon’s offer comes just after voters in New Jersey, Montana, Mississippi, Arizona and South Dakota voted to legalize marijuana in those states. “While we might not yet know who the next president of the United States will be – there was still a clear winner on election night: marijuana,” Channon wrote.
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