“happy people” inside a lively cannabis-friendly bus.
What a free country, America is! Unity in diversity seem to be in practice
only in the USA, no other country does it better.
Please don’t let your mind wander off to the recent police shootings.
around Denver on weekends.The unending drive permits people to relax
You’ll also have a chance to peep through the window and enjoy some amazing
Loopr presents visitors who are new to Denver, a big chance to get accustomed
However, I’m yet to understand how reliable or responsive ones memory can be
Joris wrote: “The concept is BYOC [bring-your-own-cannabis]. The bus is
fiercely customized to create a truly magical experience. It passes
by night life districts, restaurants, hotels, concert venues or other ‘munchie hotpots’.
“In fact it could be considered as another pub crawl party bus, but the space
is so nice people easily stay on board all night long.”
Image shows a Loopr bus on a ride.
Loopr owner Bryan Spatz started the bus ride business after conceiving an
idea that it could solve Colorado’s cannabis consumption problem,
and it worked.
The bus service seem to have successfully crushed one of the biggest
problems facing modern day American society–in Colorado.
Before Loopr gained ground in Colorado, it was an easy thing for tourists to
buy cannabis but the problem remained where one could smoke weed without
Joris explains: “Tourists can legally purchase cannabis, but they have no
place to legally consume it. Public consumption is illegal, and only a
handful of places label themselves as being cannabis-friendly.”
“But a bus is considered a private space, making it one of the only safe
havens available in which cannabis tourists can legally partake,
as the law doesn’t apply to private vehicles,” he added.
Other U.S. states that recently legalized cannabis, like Oregon
and Washington, don’t have that exemption making Colorado
a unique opportunity for Loopr.
“Loopr celebrates cannabis, helping to place it where it belongs
— fully integrated into the cultural and entertainment heart of a vibrant,
cannabis-friendly city,” says owner Bryan Spatz.
Yoris compares Loopr to Uber, but could rate the first higher considering the
extra but superb services it’s offering.
He said: “The app has a very Uber-esque feel to it, and adds a new unique
chapter to the uberization movement.
“Loopr is already a big hit around Colorado and anyone who’s interested
can choose between a one day pass, three day pass or seven day pass.
Once you download the app, you can watch the tiny bus move along a
map of the city, and hop on.”
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