Oregrown donated three percent of Friday’s sales to the American Legion, the country’s largest veterans organization. The Legion passed a resolution in August calling on the federal government to reschedule cannabis and allow research into its potential for treating post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injuries. Nationwide, hundreds of thousands of veterans are living with traumatic brain injuries and the destructive effects of post-traumatic stress syndrome.
The company donated another three percent of sales to the Oregon Veterans Support Fund, a group that assist vets and their families.
Oregrown also offered discounted merchandise to Veterans who visited the store on Friday, and served hot pizza to all customers Friday evening.
“We are proud to honor those who have put country ahead of self, putting their lives on the line to protect and defend the nation and the ideals that we aspire to,” Hadar said.
Oregrown is Oregon’s premier farm-to-table cannabis company, garnering back-to-back awards for Central Oregon’s Best Dispensary at its flagship store at 1199 NW Wall Street in Bend, OR. Offering an upscale retail experience with an amazing staff and high-end products including solventless extractions and one-of-a-kind cultivars, Oregrown continues to innovate, develop and release world-class offerings, delivery methods and applications to patients and recreational customers.
Karynn Fish, Oregrown Industries