A billboard for legal marijuana in Oregon, Dec. 4, 2015. Image:KOIN

Their only advertising guidelines now are dictated by the Oregon Health Authority

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — When Attis Trading Company advertises their marijuana shops on billboards around Portland, they follow a few basic rules.

“We can’t show pictures of marijuana. We don’t use cartoon characters, things like that,” said Jayson Fitzgerald. “We keep it real clean, real simple, respectable.”

Their only advertising guidelines now are dictated by the Oregon Health Authority, which says dispensaries “should take steps to prevent promoting products in a manner that’s directed at children and adolescents.”

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Tim Becker and KOIN 6 News Staff ~

 

 

 

 

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