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Northwest Leaf Bowl 2024

With 350 entries from about 100 companies, the Leaf Bowls continue to grow in abundance.

For the second consecutive year, the Washington industry responded with a collective “Hell Yeah!” to what has become the new standard in Cannabis competitions at the 2024 Northwest Leaf Bowl. The night beamed with fanfare and glorious energy as the dress-to-impress crowd collectively delighted in the successes of their own hard work, as well as those fortunate enough to revel on stage while accepting their deserved recognition for greatness. 

At the stylish Seattle Design Center, this proved the most exciting event yet for the I-502 market as attendance doubled from last year to approximately 1,500 fine folks – with twice as much to experience and yet another 12 months of everyone’s collective journey realized. Featuring PRC’s Atmospheric Arcade with an LED-lit High Energy Lounge, Floyd’s Elevation Station, Penway Media’s fun photo booth and so much more, the elegant but odd identity of the Leaf Bowl brand proudly prevailed.  

With 350 entries from about 100 companies, the Leaf Bowls (now produced in multiple states nationally) continue to grow in abundance like a well-curated Cannabis plant.  And as preparations are already being made for next year’s event, you better get going on your growing! Congratulations to everyone who took home a trophy, but even more importantly: Congratulations to everyone who is still in the game, turning their dreams into reality … one toke at a time.


Photos by @bermanphotos

About Mike Ricker

The first time Ricker smoked weed was at a Santana concert at the age of 12. He then followed in his footsteps as an award-winning radio personality who became notorious for offering a stage for bong toking listeners in 9 different markets over 20 years. In 2016, the Cannabis industry came calling and the rest is history.

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