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Chris Chiari is the CEO and Founder of The 420 Hotels Inc which owns and operates the Patterson Inn hotel in Denver, Colorado. Home to The 420 Denver, the first licensed cannabis hospitality lounge attached to a hotel as an amenity. He is also a producer known for his feature documentary film "Public Enemy Number One" (2020), which he made along with executive producer Ice-T. The film won best producer at its premier at DOCLA (2019) and won the Seattle Film Festival for Best Documentary Feature Film US (2020).
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The 420 Hotels Inc
The 420 Hotels is the first hotel in America to secure a license for an on-site cannabis hospitality lounge. The company owns and operates the Patterson Inn in Denver, Colorado, along with 12 Spirits Tavern. Pairing on-site bar operations, overnight accommodations and licensed cannabis hospitality, our mission is the normalization and destigmatization of cannabis.