Experience the Green Rush through the eyes of Jackson D. Tilley - the sober 20-something who climbed the ladder at a small vape company while it grew into the nation’s leading cannabis distributor.
“Smart, funny, and fast-paced, this debut from Jackson Tilley is both a deeply felt memoir and a crash-course in the Green Rush.” (Jonathan Small, Editor-in-Chief, Green Entrepreneur)
"A deeply personal and thoughtful journey through the madness and joy of legal cannabis. Mixing his years of business experience at the cutting edge of cannabis with a battle to overcome addiction, Tilley allows the listeners to personally experience the cannabis revolution. Tilley’s prose explores both the history of prohibition and his front-row experience inside the burgeoning legal cannabis industry. For historians wondering how pot went mainstream, Billion Dollar Dimebag is a valuable contribution.” (Jonathan Franklin, author of 438 Days: An Extraordinary True Story of Survival at Sea)
"When Tilley turns the magnifying glass on himself and his chosen profession of American marijuana, he reveals the unique, coming-of-age idiosyncrasies of a brand-new industry as it transcends the Reefer Madness-reputation it never deserved and transitions into a major player in mainstream agriculture, traditional science and modern retailing. Billion Dollar Dimebag is a compelling look inward at one of the modern world's most complex and dynamic corporate collisions: cannabis and technology." (Ricardo Baca, Founder of Grasslands: A Journalism-Minded Agency and The Cannabist)
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- Anonymous User
No matter what your relationship is with cannabis, read this book!
Billion Dollar Dimebag is a perfect balance of biographic storytelling and informative history told with a ton of humor. Whether you’re all for legalization, on the fence or don’t have an opinion on it at all, you’ll learn a thing or two, chuckle often and even get a few belly laughs.
Things only grow in the light!
Such an incredible read for anyone even remotely interested in cannabis via. He really breaks down what older generations need to understand about our industry. He tells the story how it should be told, we are living in a wild time in this country and we need to act on it. Please give this a read!
I guess my only nag was the narrators for the interview section, they came off robotic and silly. Other than that the performance was great.