Your business’s participation with the National Cannabis Industry Association means being represented alongside hundreds of other responsible industry leaders committed to bringing about a legitimate and professional cannabis business community. Our total is so much greater— and so much more influential—than the sum of our parts. With your help, we will be able to ensure that the cannabis industry’s concerns are always heard in Washington D.C.’s halls of power.

Banding together with your fellow business people and entrepreneurs in the only unified, coordinated, and industry-led effort to change federal law increases the power of our new industry. Membership will also grant you a listing in our member directory as well as access to exclusive discounts, networking events, and an online member portal.

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MEMBER BENEFITS EXPLAINED

Please join at one of the three membership levels below to be included in the growing network of responsible cannabis businesses that make up NCIA.

Basic Membership

Dues: $100 monthly or $1,000 annually.

This basic membership plan includes national political representation for your business, a listing in the member directory, a vote in the annual board election, eligibility for product and event discounts, and free admission for two at any of NCIA’s Quarterly Cannabis Caucuses.

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Sponsoring Membership

Dues: $250 monthly or $2,500 annually.

This preferred membership plan grants higher weighted vote in annual NCIA board elections, logo placement in the association directory, free admission for three at any of NCIA’s Quarterly Cannabis Caucuses, and all of the benefits of a Basic Membership.

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Sustaining Membership

Dues: $500 monthly or $5,000 annually.

This premium membership plan includes eligibility to serve on the NCIA board of directors, highest profile logo placement in the association directory, free admission for five at any of NCIA’s Quarterly Cannabis Caucuses, and the highest weighted vote in annual board elections.

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PAY MEMBERSHIP DUES BY CHECK OR MONEY ORDER

To join by mail, please print and complete our membership application (PDF) and mail it along with your check in the amount for your desired membership level to:

NATIONAL CANNABIS INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION / MEMBER SERVICES OFFICE

1410 Grant St., Suite B-301, Denver, CO 80203

THE BENEFITS OF JOINING THE NATIONAL CANNABIS INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION

Joining NCIA means being represented alongside other top businesses committed to building a strong and prosperous future for cannabis-based enterprises. With your help, we will be able to ensure that the cannabis industry’s concerns are always heard in Washington D.C.’s halls of power.

Membership also provides a national platform to promote your business and several valuable discounts from participating cannabis industry partners.

who can join?

NCIA represents all responsible, and legally recognized cannabis businesses and cannabis-related companies, including: Medical and adult-use retail, processing, and cultivation businesses; cannabis testing facilities; cannabis infused product manufacturers; manufacturers and retailers of smoking or vaporizing equipment and other accessories; marijuana-related publications, websites, and trade schools; cannabis seed providers; cannabis industry insurance providers; financial services companies catering to the cannabis industry; medical professionals specializing in therapeutic cannabis; hemp product manufacturers and retailers; specialized grow equipment manufacturers and retailers; cannabis-related local or state industry or trade associations; and more. All members must abide by NCIA’s Member Code of Conduct.

The National Cannabis Industry Association is a 501(c)(6) nonprofit industry association. Tax ID# 27-3484449.

75% of membership dues or donations to NCIA may be deductible as trade or business expenses. Membership dues are non-refundable. NCIA will never share members’ personal contact or payment information with any other parties without written consent.