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WIRE: The Herbery opens third Vancouver store on I-205 and Mill Plain

Vancouver, WA — The Herbery, Vancouver’s award winning dispensary chain, opens its newest location at I-205 and Mill Plain this Friday.

Located at 330 NE Chkalov Dr., behind Burger King and Elmer’s restaurant, the new Herbery aims to meet the demands of East Clark County and those traveling along I-205. The new 2,500 square-foot store is the chain’s third Vancouver location and is the closest store to the Oregon border along the freeway.

“We think the new location is going to be very convenient for everybody on the East Side – Camas, Washougal, Orchards,” said Jim Mullen, The Herbery’s chief operating officer. “We also hope to become a tourist attraction for visitors from Portland and other Oregon cities.”

In March, 2016, The Herbery received the first ever Best of Clark County award for a cannabis store from The Columbian newspaper. The Herbery has a strong focus on customer service and features many products from local Clark County growers and processors, such as Cedar Creek Cannabis (another Best of Clark County award winner), Fairwinds Manufacturing and Sunshine Farms.

The company has more than 50 employees across its three Vancouver locations, including its first shop at 212 NE 164th Ave., Suite 11 and second shop at 6018 NE St. John’s Road, Suite D. The Herbery is the only dispensary chain serving East, West and Central Vancouver.

The Herbery’s first two stores have paid nearly $5 million in state excise taxes since they opened. Excise tax money funds health services, prevention efforts, research and education in the state of Washington.

The new location has ample parking and is in a growing part of the city near Trader Joe’s and Fred Meyer, which should make shopping even more accessible, Mullen said.

“We believe people who use I-205 will find the new location is a huge convenience, freeway access is the best of any Vancouver cannabis shops” Mullen said. “We’re very excited for our new location.”

To celebrate the new location, The Herbery has also dropped its prices on top shelf flower at all of its locations.

As the fall harvest continues, the store also anticipates an influx of low-priced sungrown cannabis from popular growers Golden Leaf and Pioneer Farms. The first strains will likely arrive by the end of October.

Mullen said he’s thrilled to open The Herbery’s third location and hopes customers will come by for the Grand Opening celebration this weekend.

“We’re very excited,” Mullen said. “It’s been a long haul to get here with our third store, but our landlords have been great, the state and the city have been great to work with, and we hope to have even more stores opening in the future.”

For more information, please visit http://theherberynw.com/.

About The Herbery: The Herbery opened its first store in Vancouver, Washington at 212 NE 164th Ave., Suite 11 on February 5, 2015, with a goal of providing exceptional customer service and a genuine love and respect for the industry. Since then, it has opened two more stores in the city, on 6018 NE St. John’s Road, Suite D and the newest location at 330 NE Chkalov Dr. In March, 2016, The Herbery was awarded the first ever Best of Clark County award for a cannabis dispensary from The Columbian newspaper. For more information, visit http://theherberynw.com/

For more information:

Contact Jim Mullen, chief operating officer, The Herbery, jim.mullen@theherberynw.com


What: Grand Opening of The Herbery’s new location off I-205 and Mill Plain.

Where: 330 NE Chkalov Dr., behind Burger King and Elmer’s restaurant.

Operating Hours: 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily.

When: Grand Opening Celebration, October 14-16.

Specials: Special vendor appearances and sales! Through the weekend, all Fairwinds and Spot products are 20 percent off, and paraphernalia is 15 percent off. Limited specials: (One per customer while supplies last), Doc and Yeti ½ gram vapes are $25, and Cascadia Gardens ACDC, Dutch Treat and Jack Smack strains are $6 per gram or $20 per eighth.

More information: http://theherberynw.com/

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