Rolling Green Fattys Tours takes customers on literal and figurative Colorado trips
03/10/2014 5:00 AM
06/25/2014 5:53 PM
WICHITA — The middle man in a drug deal typically is someone who takes one person's product and sells it to someone else who wants to use it.
In the case of RGF Tours – or Rolling Green Fattys Tours – Ken Jeter has started a business to transport customers where they can legally buy marijuana.
"We're kind of like the middle person," Jeter says. "Basically, right now we've decided to set it up to run people back and forth to Colorado."
He seems to tend to avoid the m-word.
Instead, Jeter says things such as, "They've got the newly legal recreational stuff there in Colorado."
Jeter, who works for himself in construction, says he got the idea for the tours from his friends.
"I've got a lot of friends that dabble in the smoking."
As he was planning his business, Jeter says he then heard about a similar one in Salina.
Jeter charges couples $400 for a round-trip tour to Colorado. It costs individuals $210.
"They can go down there, and they can check it out. If they want to smoke ... that's on them."
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