America’s First Cannabis Club Captures Yet Another Traditional Alcohol Holiday for Marijuana Consumption and Exercise of Constitutional Rights of Adult Associated Freedom.

Denver, CO (PRWEB) February 02, 2013

Club 64 LLC, America’s First Cannabis Club announces its second party, the Super Bowl Watch Party at the Roxy, 2549 Welton Street, Denver, Colorado. Club 64 is a new industry business that is bringing a fresh new voice to Colorado.

Club 64’s co-owner Chloe Villano stated that, “Club 64 is making history and setting a new standard for adults who wish to pursue happiness in a free state and a free country.

We appreciate people who talk about freedom, but more than that, we love and embrace those who not only talk, but live freedom.

We guarantee that those Club Members who attend our parties will experience the pleasant glow and aura of making history.”

Club 64’s owner Robert J. Corry, Jr., stated that, “We are pleased to advance the constitutional rights that Colorado voters wisely extended to us.

The voters will be afforded the historic opportunity to consume cannabis in a safe and enjoyable environment while watching the Super Bowl and enjoying the company of a diverse crowd who loves freedom.

Prohibition ends once, and now is the time to celebrate its end.

Those who attend our parties will have stories to tell their grandchildren. Those who miss the parties miss out on history.”

Gates open at 4:00pm on Super Bowl Sunday, February 3, 2013, at The Roxy, 2549 Welton Street, Denver, Colorado. Members and applicants can sign up on the website Club 64.

Door Cover $10.00 for members.

A current membership is $50.00 on sale for $30.00.

Contact: Robert J. Corry, Jr., Attorney at Law, 600 – 17th Street, Suite 2800 South, Denver, CO 80202; 303-634-2244 office, 720-629-7112 cell, Robert.Corry (at) comcast (dot) net