Dispensaries, law enforcement prepare for 4/20 holiday – FOX 31 Denver

DENVER (KDVR) — For people that enjoy consuming marijuana, April 20 is seen as a national holiday. For others however, it’s a day to be on high alert. Local budtenders are gearing for a busy afternoon as law enforcement hopes for a slow one.

“There are stores tomorrow that will see 500, 600 people through one store,” said Christopher Stefan, a local cannabis business consultant. 

If you don’t already know the lingo, ‘420’ is code for all things THC. 

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“It’s said to have been traced back to some high school in San Francisco where all the people could get together at 4:20,” said Stefan. “Now it’s a day and a whole culture.”

Denver budtenders are preparing for large crowds looking to celebrate the nationally recognized cannabis holiday. COVID-19 hasn’t slowed marijuana sales and certainly won’t stop the 420 fun. Dispensaries will be offering specials and giveaways for certain customers. 

“Usually there are three or four competing events but due to COVID-19 we are a little more shut down,” said Stefan. “But, we still expect it will be a really bustling day tomorrow.”

Meanwhile this morning, the

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