The Green Resolution continues to expand in Colorado, betting on prosperity with a new dispensary in Black Hawk.
The state’s second-biggest dispensary chain will celebrate the grand opening of the new location on Saturday, October five the Black Hawk place will be the eighteenth Green Resolution shop in Colorado. But the new addition, positioned at 231 Gregory Street, is currently open for enterprise, replacing what was formerly 1859 dispensary.
Business CEO Steve Lopez says the group had been searching for techniques to expand the brand across Colorado’s Western Slope. “We have a superior footprint in the Denver region, but it felt significant to spread out to unique regions in Colorado,” he explains. “A lot of prospects in our Denver shops go up to Black Hawk and devote time there, so we wanted to expand to that city, as properly.”
According to the dispensary chain’s web site, The Green Resolution also has plans to open new dispensaries in Aspen, Glenwood Springs and Longmont in the close to future.
The grand opening of the Black Hawk shop will spend homage to the town’s casino influence, kicking off with reside music, item bargains and a ceremonial green ribbon-cutting at 10:45 a.m. on Saturday, and continuing till three p.m.
Right after the ribbon-cutting, the Green Resolution will present a donation to the Colorado Veterans Project, a nonprofit organization that raises awareness for struggling veterans across the state. Colorado Veterans Project volunteers will man a booth exactly where they can chat with guests about veterans’ problems and how the plant could enable.
“There are a lot of articles out there about veterans utilizing cannabis to enable with PTSD or other overall health problems,” says Rob Bingham, executive director of Colorado Veterans Project. “Other nonprofits might shy away from cannabis, but we do not want to, due to the fact we see the positives.”
According to Lopez, supporting veterans is anything significant to the Green Resolution. Two of the 4 Speidell brothers — the founders of the dispensary chain — are former United States Marines, so it is a bring about that hits close to property. “We help a lot of unique organizations,” Lopez says. “But veterans are particularly significant, considering that we have a close connection with them.”
The Green Solution’s Black Hawk place makes it possible for recreational sales only, and will be open day-to-day from eight a.m. to 11:45 p.m.