Webster Cannabis Dispensary Leases Retail Space in Worcester – This Week In Worcester

WORCESTER – The Vault, a cannabis dispensary at 70 Worcester Road in Webster, reached a lease agreement to open a second location at a 2,900 square foot retail space at 17 East Mountain Street in Worcester.

The Vault’s website lists a second location, “The Vault 2,” opening soon in Worcester.

NAI Glickman Kovago & Jacobs, the real estate company which negotiated the agreement, announced the lease agreement on Wednesday, June 23.

The lease of the retail space between property owner Proko Realty, Inc., and The Vault, a dba of Munro Associates, LLC, is a seven-year agreement.

The Vault in Webster offers flower, vaporizers, edibles, concentrates and other THC products and accessories for in-store shopping or online order for in-person pickup.


Image provided courtesy of NAI Glickman Kovago & Jacobs.

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Founder of Santa Rosa cannabis dispensary SPARC wins Pride Business Leadership award – North Bay Business Journal

Erich Pearson, CEO and founder of Santa Rosa-based cannabis dispensary SPARC, is a winner of North Bay Business Journal’s inaugural Pride Business Leadership Awards.

“For the past 20 years Erich Pearson has been dedicated to advancing the cannabis industry, promoting inclusivity and LBGTQ rights, and has been recognized for his vision and leadership,“ a nominator wrote. ”From long-time advocate to legislative consultant, from dispensary operator to cultivation expert, his credentials and experience are unquestionable.

“As for this contributions to the Pride Movement. Erich and SPARC have a long, rich history of LBGTQ activism and community support that includes policies and core values that are inclusive and value diversity, as well as contributions to a multitude of community organizations and projects.“

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Swade Cannabis to debut their Delmar cannabis dispensary — Greenway Magazine – Greenway

BeLeaf Medical’s Swade Cannabis brand will open its second  location in the city, on the Delmar Loop, June 24, 2021 to Missouri medical card holders. Come  by and meet the street team, find out how to get a medical card, check out the Swade and Arch  Apparel collaboration, find out more about 314Twenty and visit the gorgeous renovated church  that is home to the newest Swade Dispensary. The first 50 customers will receive a penny  prepack with any cannabis purchase. 

Swade has already opened three of their five dispensaries in the area and will continue to carry  the largest and most diverse variety of medical cannabis produced in the state. “Our  dispensaries are tailored to create an atmosphere that is open and inviting with a premium  experience for the educated and yet – to- be – educated patient. We want you to feel comfortable  in our dispensary and will help you find the perfect product and strain to meet your needs,”  commented Jack Haddox, Director of Dispensary Operations. “You will find flower, edibles,  beverages and other medical forms of product at our locations with more options arriving  daily.”  

The Swade Dispensary in the Delmar Loop will host a Grand

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Las Vegas Cannabis Dispensary Helps Free People In Prison For Non-Violent Drug Crimes

The Buried Alive Project has dozens of videos in their archives of people walking out of prison for the first time in more than a decade and hugging their friends and families as a free person outside of the concrete and barbed wire.

It’s the moment co-founder Brittany K. Barnett said makes all of the pro-bono legal work her team puts in to help out worth it.

Every person she has helped was convicted of a non-violent drug crime and sentenced to spend the rest of their life behind bars.

– Read the entire article at KTNV News.

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Nevada Cannabis Sales Reach Record High, But There Is Still Room To Grow

Although cannabis businesses were deemed essential across many states during the COVID-19 pandemic, the global crisis still affected the industry. Now, as the pandemic is seemingly coming under control and things are slowly starting to get back to normal, we can expect to see changes in market trends as well.

Cantor Fitzgerald’s Pablo Zuanic looked at those trends in the state of Nevada where adult-use cannabis was legalized in 2017 and sales began in July of that year. In 1998 and 2000, a pair of ballot measures legalized medical marijuana.

Record Sales, High Annual Revenues Per Store
Cannabis sales hit record highs in March of this year, $97 million, with more growth expected as tourist activities begin to pick up, Zuanic noted, though he pointed out that visitor volumes are still around 30% lower than April 2019 levels.

– Read the entire article at Benzinga.

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Black Entrepreneurs Behind Cannabis Brand GasHouse Make Their Mark On The Industry

As the world’s largest regulated cannabis market, California is for many the pinnacle of participation in the legalized marijuana industry. For decades, the state has had a rich tradition of cannabis culture, supplying much of the country and beyond with prime bud bred and cultivated by underground growers. But getting into the game isn’t easy. Most of the local governments in the state have banned commercial cannabis, and many of the jurisdictions that welcome the industry have strict caps on the number of licenses issued.

In concert with pervasive social constructs, these barriers to entry have resulted people of color being strikingly underrepresented in one of the fastest-growing industries in the United States. Efforts to address the issue have so far failed to produce solid results. A social equity program in Los Angeles designed to ensure participation in the cannabis industry by members of communities disproportionately impacted by the War on Drugs, for example, is mired in controversy and delay. And previous rounds of cannabis company licensing in the city resulted in only six of the nearly 200 medical marijuana retailers being operated by Black entrepreneurs, according to Virgil Grant of the California Minority Alliance.

– Read the entire article

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Cannabis Dispensary Getting Close to Open – Everett Independent

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A full-service cannabis dispensary is preparing to open on the border of Everett and Chelsea in the next few months on the site of one of the most infamous adult entertainment venues in the region – a first-class operation that looks to replace a low-class use that was an embarrassment to both cities for

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Spike In Sales ExpectedAt Massachusetts Dispensaries After CT, RI Legalize Pot – Daily Voice

Marijuana dispensaries in Massachusetts are expecting a surge in sales as residents in neighboring states that recently legalized recreational weed wait to begin selling at retail stores.

This week, both Connecticut and Rhode Island signed bills into law to legalize recreational marijuana sales for eligible adults.

However, with retail shops not yet open in those states, many are reportedly flocking to Massachusetts to purchase their pot, where it has been legal for several years.

According to reports, some pot shops have said that upwards of 35 percent of their business comes from buyers from nearby states, specifically Connecticut while they await retailers to begin selling.

Holyoke Cannabis marketing manager Jacob Black told NBC Connecticut that “Probably at the moment 35 percent of our business is out of state because we are so close to the Connecticut border,” noting that the crowd from the Nutmeg State could begin growing as soon as next week.

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Happy Valley to Become Eastie’s Second Adult-Use Cannabis Shop – East Boston Times-Free Press

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After years of red tape, permitting, city and state approvals and construction, East Boston’s second adult-use cannabis dispensary will open at 220 McClellan Highway–the former site of Enterprise Rental Car facility.

Newton-based Happy Valley Ventures LLC, which was originally approved to be a medical-use cannabis dispensary before voters approved recreational use in the state,

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Little Rock medical-cannabis outlet approved to move a few miles – Arkansas Online

State regulators on Tuesday approved a Little Rock medical-marijuana dispensary’s move a few miles west.

Good Day Farm LLC will move from 900 S. Rodney Parham Road to 11600 Chenal Parkway.

Co-owner Alex Gray told the Arkansas Medical Marijuana Commission that the Rodney Parham Road site is “a stone’s throw” from another dispensary, Herbology, which is at 7303 Kanis Road.

He said the dispensary’s move will relax some of the congestion in that area and allow it to serve the west Little Rock, Chenal and Pleasant Valley neighborhoods.

Gray said after the meeting that the business hopes to open the new outlet Nov. 1.

Good Day Farm was formerly known as Capital City Medicinals. Medical marijuana commissioners received formal notice of its name change, which they are not required to approve, at Tuesday’s regular meeting.

The business has sold more than 600 pounds since opening in February 2020, according to numbers provided by commission spokesman Scott Hardin last week.

Medical cannabis is a more than $330 million industry in Arkansas, with patients purchasing more than 50,000 pounds since the first dispensaries opened their doors a little over two years ago.

There are 33 dispensaries in operation in the state, and

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