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Openvape (stylized as O.penVAPE) manufactures and distributes personal vaporizer devices for use with herbal extract oil-filled cartridges. Founded in 2012, the company is headquartered in Denver, Colorado, and sells products at 1,200+ retail locations across a distribution network of licensed affiliates in Colorado, California, Oregon, Arizona, Nevada, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Mexico, Jamaica, Czech Republic, France, the Netherlands, United Kingdom, Canada, Poland, Ireland, Scotland, and South Africa.
|Founder||Jeremy Heidl, Ralph Morgan, Christopher McElvany|
|Colorado, California, Oregon, Arizona, Nevada, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Mexico, Jamaica, Czech Republic, France, Netherlands, United Kingdom, Canada, Poland, Ireland, Scotland, and South Africa|
|Ralph Morgan, Jeremy Heidl, Chris Driessen, Chris McElvany|
|Products||Medical cannabis, electronic cigarette|
O.penVAPE licenses its intellectual property to eleven distribution partners in ten states and Jamaica. Licensees employ O.penVAPE's Organa Labs technology and proprietary processes to manufacture cannabis oil using supercritical CO2 extraction.
O.penVAPE's premium line of Craft RESERVE cartridges won the first place prize for Best Vape Pen Cartridge in the High Times 2016 Colorado Cannabis Cup competition.
In Europe, O.penVAPE branded products, with the exception of Organa Labs cannabis line, are available in the Czech Republic, France, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. O.penVAPE is arguably the most globally recognized brand in the cannabis and personal vaporizer industries, reporting monthly sales of approximately 500,000 units in April 2015.
O.penVAPE is a founding member of the National Cannabis Industry Association and the company's leaders promote the legal and safer use of recreational marijuana. Its founders, being ardent supporters of medical cannabis as safe alternative medicine, hired a credentialed team of scientists to drive research and development.
The Denver Department of Environmental Health appointed Ralph Morgan, CEO of O.penVAPE, to serve on its Cannabis Sustainability Work Group, in December 2015, to determine best practices and develop other educational resources for the industry.
In May 2016, the company submitted a bid to assume the naming rights of the Denver Broncos' stadium after Sports Authority declared bankruptcy.
The company partnered with the award-winning Green House Seed Co., based in Amsterdam, to develop a line of co-branded vape oil cartridges.