Four Sol Flower recreational cannabis dispensaries are officially open for business after holding a series of ribbon-cutting ceremonies on Thursday, Nov. 16, replete with industry vendors, food trucks and Tucson Metro Chamber representatives.
“We wanted to celebrate our customers and most importantly, really just bring together a sense of pride in the work that’s been done today as we launch ourselves into our future in Tucson,” said Simon Nankervis, president of Copperstate Farms, Sol Flower’s parent company.
Sol Flower marked its entry into the Tucson market by opening four dispensaries in the last month and a half. The Tucson Metro Chamber’s vocal support emphasized the economic impact and significance of the new establishments.
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“As far as the Tucson Metro Chamber is concerned, a legal business is a legal business and we support businesses of all sizes and kinds,” said Metro Chamber President and CEO Michael Guymon. “And we just want to make sure that we grow our economy here in Tucson.”
Nankervis expressed his excitement about the launch and the brand’s integration into the Tucson community. He mentioned collaborations with Tucson-based cultivators like Barrio Cannabis