Cresco Expands Retail Footprint In FL
Cresco Labs CL CRLBF announced the opening of a new Sunnyside dispensary in Lutz, Florida.
Sunnyside Lutz is the company's 22nd dispensary in the Sunshine State and 56th dispensary nationwide.
“We are pleased to expand the reach of Sunnyside and Cresco Labs’ leading portfolio of products to another group of patients residing in the Tampa region,” said Charles Bachtell, the company's CEO and co-founder. “We have plans to continue expansion in 2023, and we are excited to continue winning over more patients through a combination of excellent service, approachable prices and top-quality products.”
Located at 21708 FL-54 on State Road 54, an east/west thoroughfare and convenient access point for customers, the new store will sell a variety of cannabis products from Cresco's branded portfolio that includes Cresco, One Plant, Supply, Good News, Remedi and Sunnyside.
The store also offers a curated selection of accessories.
Trulieve Opens New MMJ Store In FL
Trulieve Cannabis Corp. TRUL TCNNF has opened a new medical cannabis dispensary in Winter Haven, Florida.
Located at 6000 Cypress Gardens Blvd., the new shop offers a large selection of THC and CBD products available in a variety of consumption methods, including smokable flower, concentrates, edibles, capsules, syringes, tinctures, topical creams, and vaporizers, to name a few.
"Trulieve is proud to open a new dispensary in Winter Haven and continue expanding access to medical marijuana in the region," Kim Rivers, Trulieve's CEO, said. "We're committed to being active in the communities we serve and providing high-quality cannabis care and exceptional customer experiences."
CESAM LLC's Social Equity Team & The Fifty/50 Restaurant Group Set to Open OKAY Cannabis In Illinois
Charles Mayfield, the social equity owner of CESAM LLC and The Fifty/50 Restaurant Group, is scheduled to open doors to a new concept – OKAY Cannabis – at 781 N. Milwaukee in Wheeling, Illinois in February. Mayfield is a 24-year United States Air Force veteran and lifelong public servant.
OKAY Cannabis, which is 93% BIPOC-owned, is a lifestyle concept geared toward experienced and cannabis-curious consumers seeking a dispensary where they can unwind, read a book, go on a date, host a party and just be OKAY, according to a press release.
In addition, OKAY will be working with a Chicago-based violence prevention organization to create pathways for employment, career and wealth-building.
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