David Spradlin is convinced his new medicinal cannabis dispensary coming to Napa will form the perfect union of healing with a market that knows the benefits of good wine.
That’s why he plans to open a Perfect Union location on Industrial Way near the Whole Foods Market store in May.
Napa allows for a medicinal dispensary but not adult recreational use like other jurisdictions since California voters passed Proposition 64 in 2016. But the city’s stance may be changing.
The current situation is fine with the CEO of Sacramento-based Perfect Union, which has already opened nine other stores in California and five in New Mexico. Others are expected to come on board in the coming months.
“Recreation is a little harder sell (than medicinal use),” Spradlin told the Business Journal, adding that his reason for doing so is to capitalize on that particular market. “I want to become engrained in the community in a respectful way. That’s why I feel this is a good fit for Napa.”
There are about a handful of other medicinal cannabis dispensaries clustered around First Street.
The former construction worker plans to do some work in the interior of the building to get Perfect Union