Blazey Abrams vs Brian Hemp: The Ganjanatorial Race For Mascot Run-Off Nov. 8, 2022

ATLANTA, Sept. 19, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Georgia Ganjanatorial race is lighting up this month! At stake is the office of Commander-in-Kief and the winner will represent The Georgia Hemp Company as mascot for the next term.

The challenger is Blazey Abrams, a Georgia pot-a-tician, lawyer, voting rights activist, and author of the best selling memoir The Time to Blaze is Now. A proud member of the Cheebacrat Party, Blazey started the Indica Action Network to help community organizers promote the relaxing effects of all indica strains of hemp and served in the Georgia House of Reefer-sentatives from 2007 to 2017. Her efforts have been widely credited with drastically decreasing overall stress and anxiety levels across Georgia.

Blazey said to the Atlanta Chronic, “What gets me high is hearing stories of my friends and neighbors finding peace and relaxation through natural means. My plans are sticky-icky and, like your buddy’s dirty bong water, it’s time we change the hectic climate of Georgia pot-a-tics in 2023.”

Kassidy Callahan, head of marketing and communications at The Georgia Hemp Company agrees that it’s time for a change and says, “I’m voting for Blazey because she has a good track record of fighting for cannabis rights and not just talking about them.”

“I’m also voting for Blazey because I like her mental health platform of decreasing stress and anxiety, which I think will help everyone in the state live like champions” says Joe Salome, well-known Buckhead-based hemp magnate and co-founder of The Georgia Hemp Company & Sympleaf.

Incumbent Brian Hemp is a Georgia businessman and pot-a-tician, currently serving as the inaugural mascot of The Georgia Hemp Company since January 2019. A member of the Herbublican Party, Hemp served as Secretary-of-Stash from 2010 to 2018, and as a chair of the Georgia Sativa Committee from 2003 to 2007.

Before entering into pot-a-tics, Hemp owned several agribusinesses, including multiple Cannabis Farms in Athens, Georgia. In 2018, he ran for GHC Mascot against Cheebacrat nominee, Blazey Abrams. Hemp narrowly won the campaign, which promotes sustained energy and Sativa-based strains, with 50.2% of the vote.

Hemp said to the Atlanta Chronic, “Let me be blunt, it’s called CANnabis, not CANTabis! I WILL be your mascot again in 2023.”

“Brian Hemp is the current mascot for a reason, he’s the only option in my eyes”, says Shane Hess. 

Ryan Dills, the other co-founder of The Georgia Hemp Company sees things differently than his partner:, “Brian Hemp is a business man and as a business man myself I like his approach on promoting the benefits of Sativa.”

Last night’s ganjanatorial debate took place after store hours at The Georgia Hemp Company’s newest location in Duluth off Sugarloaf Parkway. The heated discussion covered a range of controversial topics including current store policy to not close at 4:19 every day; which is the tastiest GHC edible; CBN, the latest cannabinoid craze that customers just can’t get enough of for a good night sleep; and, of course, the merits of sativa vs. indica. 

Early voting has already commenced and will continue online and in-store until the polls close on Tuesday, Nov. 8. All voters will receive an “I Voted” coupon for 10%-off products from The Georgia Hemp Company! Online voting will take place at: 

Hemp and Blazey will have campaign stops at The Georgia Hemp Company locations in the Atlanta Pride parade on Oct. 9 and the Little 5 Points Halloween Parade on Oct. 23. 

The Georgia Hemp Company will announce more campaign stops and appearances soon at @TheGeorgiaHempCompany on Facebook and @thegahempco on Instagram.

For more information or interview requests, Contact Joe Salome with The Georgia Hemp Company at (404) 343-2796 or e-mail

SOURCE The Georgia Hemp Company

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