Patients Over Profit 3: Prizes announced and last year’s recap

Thompson Caribou Concentrates’ 3rd annual Patients Over Profit event is less than a week away on May 19th, and you definitely do NOT want to miss out!

The celebration kicks off at 4 PM, just in time for 4:20, and the location has been announced- 1425 Charles St., Vancouver.

Patients Over Profit is fast becoming one of the most feel-good events for BC’s cannabis community with its focus on celebrating patients and compassion, and even better, all proceeds are donated to charity.

So if you like feeling good, helping others, and enjoying cannabis in its many forms (and honestly, who doesn’t?), Patients Over Profit is your chance to do all that and more, whether you’re a medical patient, activist, businessperson, or cannabis enthusiast- all are welcome, and there’s something here for everyone.

The TCC squad has just shared some of the sick giveaway prizes that a few lucky attendees will win, including this beautiful 10mm set with included carb cap and dabber courtesy of Culprit Glass.

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King Louis Edibles, which are handcrafted by a Red Seal chef with over 15 years of culinary experience, will also be given away to a few lucky prize-winners at Patients Over Profit! Make sure to check out TCC’s Infused Syrup Bar where everyone can get a taste of their newest products! With over 5 delicious syrup flavours to choose from, you can quench your thirst with some refreshing cannabis-infused goodness.

Tickets are already available online and will also be available at the door.

Patients Over Profit 2 Recap

For a taste of what you can look forward to, check out Craig Ex aka The Expert of Expert Joints at last year’s Patients Over Profit 2 at MMJ Canada.

One of the highlights of the night was the prize giveaways, and one lucky patient won “Free Gear for a Year” from Temple of Calyx. That included 1 oz. of flower, 4 g of shatter, and 1 g of distillate every month for an entire year!


What a way to give back to the community and show what “Patients Over Profit” really means.