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Urbn Leaf dispensary teams up with Sunni Mullinax

Friday, December 6th, Urbn Leaf’s newly constructed recreational and medical dispensary in Grover Beach, will begin their official Grand Opening Weekend Celebration.

Urbn Leaf was originally founded in San Diego in March of 2017. Prior to opening Urbn Leaf, founder Will Senn was instrumental in creating several highly successful cannabis trade associations such as the United Medical Marijuana Association, the Patient Care Association (one of the first medical marijuana industry associations in the country,) the Alliance for Responsible Medicinal Access, and most recently, The Global Alliance for Cannabis Commerce.

Sunni Mullinax

Sunni Mullinax

After successfully operating three cannabis retail boutiques, Urbn Leaf teamed up with local cancer survivor and cannabis advocate, Sunni Mullinax, to expand the retail brand into Grover Beach to service the five cities area. Mullinax, a former CEO of the Paso Robles Chamber of Commerce, has advocated for safe and legal medical marijuana supplies in Paso Robles and San Luis Obispo County.

The menu is stocked with a variety of flower options, the highest quality vape cartridges, several edibles, tinctures, topicals, extracts, pet products and so much more. There is something for everyone from novice to “Cannasseur.”

With a starting crew of twenty locally hired employees anticipating serving guests, Urbn Leaf expects a well-attended reception.

During the Grand Opening dates: December 6th,7th and 8th, the first 100 customers will receive a gift bag with their purchase! There will be free food Saturday from 12-4pm, vendor demonstrations and smoking-hot deals for all guests.

“Our neighbors in Grover Beach have been so welcoming, we’re really excited to bring the Urbn Leaf brand to the five cities area, normalize cannabis in the community, and help bring more tax revenue into the city,” stated Skip Motsenbocker, CEO of Urbn Leaf.

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