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The New Colorado Short-Term Rental Company Is Airbnb, But for Stoners

Apr 24, 2014 12:00 pm

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A company looking to cash in on all the marijuana-smoking visitors that come to tour Colorado is offering visitors a chance to rent a home where they can smoke pot.

AirTHC is inspired by Airbnb, which provides vacationers with bed-and-breakfast rentals.

According to KUSA-TV, the concept allows people to rent out their home to visitors. AirTHC is specifically directed toward visitors that want to enjoy weed without any restrictions.

Even though marijuana is legal in Colorado, you can’t smoke it in public. If you’re caught, there are fines or possible jail time.

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