First Recreational Cannabis Business Opens in Naperville



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Recreational cannabis officially became for sale Thursday in Naperville with the grand opening of the city’s first adult-use cannabis dispensary.

The former 3C Compassionate Care Center, located at 1700 Quincy Ave., has been rebranded as Rise Naperville by Green Thumb Industries Inc. The facility has been selling medicinal marijuana since 2016.

“We believe that the public wants access to safe, tested products and that’s what we’re here to provide,” said Derrick Levy, district manager of Rise Illinois.

– Read the entire article at NBC Chicago.

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