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MICHIGAN (WPBN/WGTU) — Many businesses have taken a hit during the pandemic, but one of the industries thriving during this time is the marijuana industry.Upnorthlive.com
Mommies and daddies, faced with balancing work and teaching children at home amid a pandemic that shows no signs of going away, are finding a new stress management strategy: Gummy snacks made with CBD oil.Detroit Free Press
When Detroit native Jujuan “Funk” Coleman came up a logo for his cannabis company Funky Extracts, he picked a smelly sock.Detroit Metro Times
A quartet of sports legends-turned-cannabis entrepreneurs joined the virtual Benzinga Cannabis Capital Conference this week: ex-Detroit Piston Isiah Thomas, ex-Detroit Red Wing Darren McCarty, NBA vet Al Harrington and NFL vet Marvin Washington.Benzinga.com
(WXYZ) — Former Detroit Red Wings forward Darren McCarty has launched his own line of marijuana brandsWXYZ Detroit
2020 was poised to be a huge year for cannabis businesses in northern Michigan, with Traverse City’s first medical marijuana establishments opening their doors and recreational use shops just starting to gain a foothold regionally. COVID-19 has made for a very different year, but proprietors are staying afloat by adapting and establishing ways to stand […]The Ticker
After years of believing in the use of medical and recreational cannabis, four-time Stanley Cup champion and former Detroit Red Wing Darren McCarty has developed his own brand of medical marijuana products – The Darren McCarty Brand – in collaboration with Pincanna, one of Michigan’s leading cannabis companies.CISION PRWeb
KALKASKA — The first medical and adult-use cannabis dispensary in Kalkaska will open Friday morning.Traverse City Record Eagle
Farmington Hills-based Pincanna, a vertically integrated cannabis company, plans to open its first retail store, Pincanna Market, on Friday. Located in Kalkaska (east of Traverse City), the location will be the city’s first medical and adult-use marijuana retailer and will offer curbside pickup only as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.Detroit’s Premier Business Journal; dbusiness
A new vertically-integrated cannabis company is set to open its doors in Kalkaska.Detroit Metro Times
The East Lansing City Council approved changes to the site plan at 1234 E. Grand River Ave. for Pincanna, a marijuana provisioning center.The State News
TRAVERSE CITY — Highly Cannaco had its “soft opening” Thursday, and medical marijuana patients who come through its doors can expect to find whatever they need, owner Eric Ryant said.Traverse City Record Eagle
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