Pink Kush Commemorates Its One-Year Anniversary

It’s hard to believe that one year-ago Pink Kush launched its women empowering networking event. To commemorate its one-Year anniversary, they held a Signature Ladies Night, where it all began, The Unexpected Art Gallery.

If you don’t know what Pink Kush is you must be living under a stone or just stoned. Pink Kush is a women geared networking session, organizing both co’ed and lady’s nights events, located in Phoenix and in Tucson.

If there is one thing over the past year, we’ve come to expect, it’s that when Pink Kush is at The Unexpected Venue, it’s sure to be an amazing event, and this one is no different.

Photo provided by Rocky Nesta

Personally every time I go to Pink Kush, I always end up spending money that I did not expect to. That’s because the Pink Kush has inside of The Unexpected Venue lined with the community’s favorite small business. The Storage Unit was on hand selling her dazzling cannabis leaf earrings. Nug Jewelz was also attending and selling her crafted jewelry. Let’s not forget Laughing Grass Candle Co that debuted at Pink Kush, with their CBD infused candles that will melt into massage oil, in adorable tea cups. And that’s just the inside. Outside had cannabis brands such as Mad Terp Labs, Cresco and more with long standing lines waiting to get a dab. 

As outstanding as the entire event was, the VIP guests had the time of their lives. Not only did VIP  receive free pampering with free henna, brow waxing and massages, but medicated attendees had a medicated VIP lounge.

Photo provided by Baked Bri

Chef Baked Bri catered for the VIP lounge with non medicated nacho bar, a CBD mock-tail that had cotton candy add to the flavor, and the high light, a medicated pink (of course) donut wall each one about 10 mgs

In the one year that Pink Kush has been around, they have managed to gain such a following that they decided to give back by having a “menstruation hygiene product drive” called “Help People Period.”

The goal of Help People Period is: Period-havers in need go to extreme lengths to deal with menstruation when living without housing or proper hygiene products. Shelters and other resources for those in need often run low on menstrual hygiene products, bras, and panties.  

Because of the outstanding community that attended Pink Kush, they could surpass their goal.

Pink Kush has got a lot coming up!

Feb 28th- Phoenix Leap Year Sesh at @dommlifee⁣⁣⁣

Feb 29th- Tucson Leap Year Sesh at @harambecafe⁣⁣⁣

March 28- Mental Health & Cannabis at @sunstudiosaz ⁣⁣⁣

April 10th- Girls Night Out at @unexpected_venue

Allison Stein