Farm To Table Cannabis Company Replaces Jah Spriggs, Sponsors Mountain Biker Kyle Jameson

Farm To Table Cannabis Company Replaces Jah Spriggs, Sponsors Mountain Biker Kyle Jameson

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Farm To Table Cannabis Company Replaces Jah Spriggs, Sponsors Mountain Biker Kyle Jameson

[Cover Photo: Oregrown Press Release]

Farm-to-table Cannabis company, Oregrown is putting its best foot forward after dropping John “Jah” Spriggs from their team of athletes after the professional freeskier was charged with burglary and assault back in March.

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To replace Spriggs, Oregrown has tapped professional mountain biker Kyle Jameson to represent the company moving forward. The signing also includes the company’s announcement that they will also sponsor the 2017 FEST Black Sage event taking place this Saturday.

“I used to use ibuprofen for everything, but THC and CBD topical creams have taken prescription and over-the-counter drugs out of my life.”Kyle Jameson, Professional Freeride Mountain Biker

In a prepared statement Oregrown co-owner Hunter Neubauer praised the addition saying, “Mountain biking has been a passion of mine since I was 19, so I am beyond stoked that Oregrown can support athletes like Kyle and events like the FEST series.” Jameson says that topical cannabis creams have almost completely replaced over the counter or prescription pain pills in his day to day routine.

*Video courtesy of Outside Television

 

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