MedMen to enter new territory — Tallahassee

Starting November 19, MedMen will be marking its territory in the state capital with a grand opening in Tallahassee for the cannabis company. MedMen Enterprises is a leading cannabis retail company with operations across the United States. It has 19 licensed facilities around the country, and its goal is to change how people see cannabis. From how the facilities are designed, to setting the bar on both quality and excellence. The company is growing at a rapid rate, and it is now opening a new location in Tallahassee, making it the eighth of its 19 locations. General Manager Trevor Stuck will be cutting the ribbon at nine in the morning and will also offer some prizes and deals for the first 100 customers who show up. These customers will receive 25 percent off their first purchase and will receive a “swag bag” that contains some special gifts as well. A portion of the proceeds made during the first month will go toward Epilepsy Florida, a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting people impacted by epilepsy. It does this by researching the challenges created by seizures. Share this:
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Starting November 19, MedMen will be marking its territory in the state capital with a grand opening in Tallahassee for the cannabis company.

MedMen Enterprises is a leading cannabis retail company with operations across the United States. It has 19 licensed facilities around the country, and its goal is to change how people see cannabis. From how the facilities are designed, to setting the bar on both quality and excellence. The company is growing at a rapid rate, and it is now opening a new location in Tallahassee, making it the eighth of its 19 locations.

General Manager Trevor Stuck will be cutting the ribbon at nine in the morning and will also offer some prizes and deals for the first 100 customers who show up. These customers will receive 25 percent off their first purchase and will receive a “swag bag” that contains some special gifts as well.

A portion of the proceeds made during the first month will go toward Epilepsy Florida, a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting people impacted by epilepsy. It does this by researching the challenges created by seizures.

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