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VT Terps gives veterans a month supply of free CBD

Saturday, Sept. 5 at 10 a.m.—PITTSFORD— Come join VT Terps, with support from Markowski Excavating and The Querrey Group, on Sept. 5 for free CBD for veterans and a drive through BBQ!

VT Terps, founded in 2019 and owned by Dave, Sam and Greg Markowski, Dan Querrey, Mark Atwood and Jim Gilmore, are the producers of CBD Products. CBD has been shown to reduce stress and anxiety, curb the effects of PTSD, relieve joint and body pain, and promote deeper sleep.

Processing the cannabis plant is not new to the group; they have been involved five years with plants in Florida, Colombia, and Canada. On their over 100+ acres with five different strains of hemp currently growing in Vermont, the company is hands on in every aspect. From plowing their fields with various Oliver and John Deere tractors, to laying plastic, planting seedlings, harvesting, and producing product, it truly is a family effort.

All products are made with hemp that comes from certified organic fields. All products are made in house. VT Terps currently produces organic hemp essential oil,  maple infused broad spectrum CBD oil, CBD PM gummies, certified organic manicured hemp flower, pre rolls and their new items, THC-free dog and horse treats! VT Terps also has wholesale opportunities for those interested.

The free CBD for veterans and drive-through BBQ event is at  VT Terps located at 4270 US Route 7 in Pittsford. The event starts at 10 a.m. and goes until 2 p.m., with the drive through BBQ  from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. The store is not giving away samples, but a month’s supply of CBD. Be sure to bring a Military ID or Veterans ID and join our Service Club to receive 10% off all future purchases plus free gifts on Veteran’s Day. Must be 21 or older to enter store and buy products. Be sure to check out our website, vtterps.com for products available, and their Facebook page, VT Terps.

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