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DENVER — Colorado opened up a new frontier in January when voters approved the recreational use of marijuana.
Since then, it’s led to new jobs in the industry and tens of millions of dollars in tax revenue for the state and cities where it’s sold.
Now, we’re seeing the entertainment industry come calling.
About 200 people came out to audition for a new web reality show in Denver Saturday.
The director of the project calls “The Marijuana Show” The Apprentice meets Shark Tank — if the sharks were dolphins.
They came to The Watering Bowl at 541 Leetsdale Drive to pitch their ideas for products and services that’ll change the pot industry and make them marijuana millionaires.
“I never want to say I am going to screw you, it’s just business,” says the show’s director/producer/panelist Wendy Robbins.
The cameras are ready to roll. And panelists are in place…
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