Cannabis Dispensary Roundup: Gage Growth, Columbia Care, Sweet Flower, Trulieve, High Tide – Gage Growth (GAEGF)

Gage Growth expands portfolio with Ann Arbor dispensary

Cannabis retailer Gage Growth Corp. (CSE: GAGE) (OTCQX: GAEGF) recently announced that it has added a supply center (dispensary) to its portfolio in Ann Arbor.

Based in Detroit, the company now has 18 supply centers in its portfolio.

Located at 2460 West Stadium Boulevard, the new dispensary is the first point of sale in Ann Arbor.

Gage said it will operate its new location as a Cookies brand store and plans to begin serving patients and adult consumers within the first three months of this year.

“Ann Arbor paved the way for Michigan’s premier adult retail experience, and we’re proud to present Cookies’s coveted retail experiences to residents and visitors to this vibrant community. ” Fabian Monaco, CEO of Gage noted.

Gage partnered with the international cannabis lifestyle brand led by rapper Berner in 2019, and since then has opened Cookies dispensaries in Detroit and Kalamazoo. In August 2021, Gage extended its existing agreement as the exclusive grower, manufacturer and distributor of Cookies in Michigan until 2026.

Columbia Care Launches 80th Dispensary With New Cannabis Location In Virginia Beach

Columbia Care Inc. (NEO: CCHW) (CSE: CCHW) (OTCQX: CCHWF) (FSE: 3LP) recently opened Cannabist Virginia Beach, its fourth dispensary in the Commonwealth and 23rd Cannabist nationally.

The new store, at 535 N Birdneck Road, is the fourth in Virginia, following the recently announced opening of gLeaf in Glen Allen, a suburb of Richmond.

The New York-based company currently operates nearly 148,000 square feet of existing crop and production capacity and has a fleet of delivery vehicles capable of serving the entire state.

“The demand for high-quality cannabis in Virginia continues to grow, and we’re here to answer the call with our new Virginia Beach dispensary to serve the most populous city in the state.” Jesse Channon, Columbia Care Director of Growth commented. “We are grateful to the Board of Pharmacy and local authorities for their continued support of our presence in the state and for allowing us to bring this essential drug to patients in need.”

The company expects to open eight additional dispensaries in the Old Dominion by the end of 2022, bringing the total to 12 statewide.

Sweet Flower opens store in Culver City

California-based retail platform Sweet flower recently announced that it is the launch of cannabis sales at its Culver City flagship store on Friday, January 14.

New the site covers 3,150 square feet, and it will feature Sweet Flower’s best-selling brands, making it the company’s largest location and flagship store to date.

At launch, Sweet Flower offers a 20% reduction on all brands on the shelves belonging to BIPOC.

High Tide Kicks Off Cannabis Sales At Another Ontario Canna Cabana Store

High tide inc. (TSXV: HITI) (NASDAQ: HITI) (FSE: 2LYA) announced Thursday that its The newest cannabis retail store Canna Cabana in Ontario has started selling adult recreational cannabis products.

The new store, located at 905 Rymal Road East in Hamilton, is the 106th High Tide branded retail store nationwide and 32nd in the province. In addition, this is the third Canna Cabana store in Hamilton, which is the anchor point for the third largest metropolitan area in Ontario.

“Today, I am pleased to announce the first of many new store openings that we have planned for 2022”, Raj Grover, President and CEO of High Tide noted. “2021 has been a banner year for High Tide’s growth, and we will continue to build on this momentum over the next 12 months. “

Trulieve opens its 160th store in the United States and expands to Pennsylvania

Friday, Trulieve Cannabis Corp. (CSE: TRUL) (OTCQX: TCNNF) open another Trulieve-branded medical marijuana dispensary in Pennsylvania – this time through its subsidiary Chamounix Ventures, LLC.

The new store, at 1222 Arch St. in downtown Philadelphia, is the 160th dispensary owned, operated or affiliated by Trulieve in the country.

Kim Rivers, CEO de Trulieve, based in Florida, said the company is “proud to start the New Year by demonstrating our continued commitment to serving the Pennsylvania patient community through high quality and reliable medical marijuana products.”

She added, “We look forward to welcoming patients and strengthening community ties in this key market.

Patients can choose from Trulieve’s selection of premium whole flower products, including TruFlower and Cultivar Collection, as well as a wide range of vapes, tinctures, topicals and edibles.

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