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WIRE: Nevada dispensaries tout successful cannabis retail sales launch

LAS VEGAS – The Nevada Dispensary Association (NDA) announced that the first weekend of recreational marijuana sales was a huge success.

Locals and tourists alike lined up to legally purchase products beginning at 12:01 a.m. on Saturday, July 1.

The NDA and local industry worked diligently to prepare for high consumer demand, with compliance of strict rules and regulations. Licensed dispensaries across Clark, Washoe and Nye counties held celebratory events throughout the weekend to recognize the end of marijuana prohibition statewide. Senator Tick Segerblom has been instrumental in the legislation leading up to the success of this program. “Once again, our state shows the world that if you want to have fun, come to Nevada. And help us pay for our schools,” said Segerblom.

“Based on our sales and my conversations with other businesses, I believe there were at least three to five million dollars in sales over the weekend,” said Nevada Dispensary Association executive director, Riana Durrett. “This aligns with our projected 30 million dollars in sales over the next six months.”

President of the NDA and CEO of The+Source dispensaries, Andrew Jolley, provided his insights as well, noting that “we expect the high demand to continue across the next several weeks, and we couldn’t be happier that we helped to create the legal tax-paying market in this state.”

Please visit http://www.nvdispense.com/licensed/ for a list of establishments licensed to sell recreational marijuana products and http://www.nvdispense.com/recreational for general information and FAQ of recreational marijuana.

ABOUT THE NEVADA DISPENSARY ASSOCIATION

The Nevada Dispensary Association (NDA) is dedicated to developing and promoting the best practices among Nevada marijuana dispensaries as well as supporting the efforts of marijuana establishments to provide high quality, safe marijuana to Nevada’s consumers. The Nevada Dispensary Association represents 90 percent of dispensaries in Southern Nevada and more than 80 percent of dispensaries statewide. For more information, visit www.nvdispense.com.

 

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