Noble cannabis dispensary partners look to build up worldwide brand, community bridges – Norman Transcript

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Entrepreneur Carlos Dew looks to establish a community-oriented atmosphere at his cannabis dispensary with a separate bar and lounge area, where patients can not only purchase, but consume their medicine when it opens next month in Noble.

Dew, a California native, decided to enter the cannabis industry in 2015 after managing professional athletes. He’s now the CEO of superbad inc., a cannabis brand he described as driven by “technology, strong innovation and cutting edge” that has established a presence from California to Germany in just four years.

With the help of partners and fellow cannabis enthusiasts Henry Miller and former NBA player Cedric Ceballos, Dew said he’s ready to simultaneously build his brand and bridges in the local community when the dispensary, superbad inc. premium dispensary, with a separate lounge next door opens August 6. Dew, Ceballos and Miller are minority partners with Oklahoma residents. 

“Oklahoma has a great cannabis community, and it’s an up and rising state in the industry,” Dew said.

Dew said the inspiration behind the name comes from modern lingo. “Superbad” means someone or something is attractive or

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