SHAMPA, N.Y. — A shampoo ad has reached $1 million, with more than half the campaign’s budget coming from marijuana ads.
The ad is part of a campaign called “Bounty Hunter” by a company called Marijuana Advertising.
The company, which is based in Las Vegas, started advertising in July and has raised more than $100,000 to date, according to its website.
The company has a contract with New York City’s Public Health Department to run a new ad for marijuana, which it will run in the city beginning Wednesday.
It is not clear how much the ad cost or how much it has raised.
The ad was featured on a news station and on a radio show, as well as on the Internet, the company said.
Marijuana Advertising CEO Eric Toderian said the campaign was the culmination of more than a year of work and was “a dream come true.”
He said the ad has “been the most ambitious product placement campaign we’ve ever had.”
The ad’s target audience includes those who want to buy marijuana and those who are looking for a high-end, natural-looking shampoo.
Toderian says the ad is aimed at younger consumers.
The state has banned marijuana in New York for medical purposes, but marijuana remains legal in some areas, including medical marijuana dispensaries, which can be rented out for marijuana.