Nobody’s home? Not anymore.
After years of planning, the cannabis dispensary owned by former NBA star and Benton Harbor native Wilson Chandler is open for business. Nobody’s Home, 90 W. Main Street, Benton Harbor, put the finishing touches on the façade and hung a “now open” banner on Monday.
Last September, the store hosted Nobody’s Home Music Festival to celebrate its opening with national acts like Rick Ross and G Herbo.
“It’s a bit overdue,” said Nobody’s Home store manager José Maltos, adding the company is looking to set itself apart from the local competition. “We’re not like everybody else. We are cannabis users and consumers of this product. We have a passion for it, so we want to be able to offer just a little but more than what everyone else is offering – experience, education and top-quality products.”
Maltos said Nobody’s Home is not a cultivator of the product like NOBO – which sits adjacent to Nobody’s Home – so it will be able to focus on working with vendors to ensure the best quality products.
“We’re working with companies that you don’t see too far out here – with products you don’t see in a store that’s