The medical marijuana dispensary business in Southern Nevada has experienced exponential growth in recent months. From home deliveries to job fairs and dispensary openings, we’ve sorted through the latest news in cannabis to keep you up to date on the industry in Southern Nevada.
Blum’s promise to add three new dispensaries to Southern Nevada sparked huge interest in late January when the dispensary hosted a job fair to gather applicants for one of three promised dispensaries set to open in the coming months.
Nevada Pure was recently granted approval to expand their production and growing facilities in the east Las Vegas valley. Already large at 70,000 square feet, Nevada Pure isn’t the only dispensary growing. In fact, according to industry insider Joe Brezny, more dispensaries will be showing growth, opening and presenting their businesses to the Southern Nevada consumer soon.
“By the end of May we expect all of the dispensaries to be up and running and online because there’s a state deadline.”
Good news for less mobile medical marijuana patients has come in the form of delivery from local dispensaries. Patients must have a valid Nevada home address and most dispensaries require patients to purchase a certain amount of medicine in order to qualify for delivery.