MEET THE BOND TEAM: Nicolas DeMoranville

"You can do anything you set your mind to."

Nicolas DeMoranville at the Arts Factory in Downtown Las Vegas

NAME

Nicolas Demoranville


NICKNAME

Edward Scissor Hands


MY ROLE AT BOND ROAD

Trimmer / Post Harvest


I STARTED AT BOND ROAD November 2020







BIRTHDAY AND SIGN

May 19, Taurus


I WAS BORN IN

Las Vegas, Nevada


FLOWER STRAIN

Cereal Milk


FAVORITE WAY TO CONSUME CANNABIS

All of them


LOCAL SPOT TO BE HIGH

High up on any Casino parking garage on the strip


PLACE TO EAT WHILE HIGH

Cheba Hut


FAVORITE HIKING / OUTDOOR SPOT

Mt. Zion


MUSIC I'M CURRENTLY SPINNING

Dom Kennedy


FAVORITE MOVIE(S)

Big Daddy, Grandmas Boy and Pineapple Express


BINGE WORTHY SHOW(S)

Breaking Bad


CURRENTLY READING

The Crypto Market


FAVORITE PASTIME

Playing Call of Duty or Little Big Planet with my girl and making beats


GUILTY PLEASURE

Eating a bunch of junk food while binge watching Netflix, playing video games and cuddling with my girl


MY PIPE-DREAM

Anything is possible, I don't like to tell myself a dream is unattainable because that's setting myself up for failure. You can do anything you set your mind to.


SOCIAL MEDIA

@nictrill



Nicolas DeMoranville at the Arts Factory in Downtown Las Vegas

STAY CLASSIC: VEGAS HISTORY

The Stardust Resort opened in July of 1958 when the famed Stardust sign became an iconic symbol of Las Vegas, one that could be seen from over 3 miles away. This historic Las Vegas hotel held the Strip’s only first-run drive-in theater and an Olympic-sized pool that was open to the general public! The Stardust Resort permanently closed its doors in November of 2006, complete with a grand ceremony of fireworks and explosives that brought the towers of the hotel down forever.