COOKIES Retail Footprint Expands In Michigan With 7th Dispensary Opening
DETROIT – Gage Cannabis Co. a leading cannabis brand operator in Michigan, announced it will begin serving adult-use consumers at its second COOKIES provisioning center in Kalamazoo starting on Saturday, March 6; the announcement comes quickly after the COOKIES location in Kalamazoo opened its doors to serve all patients with a valid Michigan Medical Marijuana ID card in late February. COOKIES, an international cannabis lifestyle brand founded by rapper and entrepreneur Berner, opened its first Michigan location in January 2020.
Gage says they are COOKIES’ exclusive partner in the state and operates the only COOKIES dispensaries in the Midwest.
Located at 2712 Portage Street, COOKIES’ storefront in Kalamazoo is Gage’s seventh retail location in Michigan. It will carry the entire family of COOKIES offerings, including COOKIES, Lemonnade, Runtz, Powerzzzup Genetics, Minntz and Grandiflora product lines and will be open for curbside pick-up only from 8 a.m ET until 10 p.m. ET. The newest provisioning center extends access to quality cannabis products to customers throughout Western Michigan and regions bordering Lake Michigan, including Chicago, IL and South Bend, IN. During the opening weekend in late February, Gage hosted raffles and offered promotional giveaways for medical patients, and comedian and YouTube personality Carlos Davis visited the storefront.
The 3,000 square-foot retail location will create 30+ new employment opportunities in Kalamazoo and is open to both medical and adult-use consumers. To further support neighboring communities, Gage has launched a nearly $1 million social equity program in the past year that will award grants up to $50,000 to cannabis entrepreneurs in 19 social equity cities designated by the Michigan Marijuana Regulatory Agency.
“The Midwest is an important part of COOKIES’ overall expansion plan, and our partnership with Gage Cannabis has been integral,” said Berner, Founder and CEO of COOKIES. “We’ve seen tremendous demand from cannabis consumers in Michigan and the surrounding areas and look forward to continuing to serve them as our partnership grows with this second location.”
“We have been met with overwhelming demand since opening our first COOKIES location in Detroit last year and are eager to bring the acclaimed COOKIES experience to even more cannabis enthusiasts in the Midwest,” said Fabian Monaco, President of Gage. “This expansion is a testament to the market potential of Michigan’s cannabis industry and we look forward to creating novel cannabis opportunities in partnership with COOKIES over the next year.”
(EDITOR: The following is a Cookies /GAGE Cannabis Press Release).
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