‘The Gas Station’ Dispensary Fuels Illinois Cannabis Scene: Experience The 1920s Speakeasy Revival – Benzinga

High Haven, a minority-owned, female-led cannabis company recently announced the opening of its avant-garde retail dispensary named The Gas Station in Illinois, the host of the upcoming Benzinga Cannabis Capital Conference on September 27-28.

“My vision for High Haven has always been to create a safe space for cannabis consumers to connect with the plant and to create a first-class place to work,” said Mahja Sulemanjee-Bortocek, founder and CEO of High Haven.

Delving into the unique idea behind The Gas Station, she added, “The Gas Station is our newest concept and we are delighted to enter the Illinois market with this unique store experience. High Haven doesn’t just exist to sell cannabis – we’re making the world a better place to work, live, and play for everyone by focusing on crafting the best customer and employee experience we can.”

It’s important to note that, Gov. JB Pritzker (D), a keynote speaker at the Benzinga Cannabis Capital Conference in Chicago, is actively moving the marijuana industry along in Illinois.

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A Cannabis Cultural Experience

Located strategically at 8131 S Cass Ave, Darien, Illinois, this dispensary promises more than just cannabis. It offers a one-of-a-kind 1920s experience embodying the golden era of speakeasies and

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