RENO, Nevada (KOLO) – The Indian colony of Reno Sparks announced Friday the opening of drive-thru cannabis dispensaries in southern Reno and Verdi.
The Reno South Dispensary measures 12,200 square feet, which RSIC says makes it the largest in Reno.
Both will be full-service, including the drive-thru option, and are located on tribal lands. They will be operated by Three Nations Cannabis, which is owned by RSIC, and are expected to open in January.
Reno’s southern location is at 11570 S. Virginia St. This location was previously the Infiniti car dealership. Verdi’s location will be at 420 Highway 40 West off of Interstate 80.
The RSIC has said it will follow cannabis regulations established by the Cannabis Agreement between the State of Nevada and the Reno-Sparks Indian Colony signed on January 29, 2020.
“Three Nations Cannabis enhances RSIC’s economic diversification strategy which will create well-paying jobs for tribal members and the general public,” RSIC President Arlan Melendez said in a statement. “It will also help the RSIC to invest resources in better care for the elderly, education, health services, housing and infrastructure, language and culture, and services for young people. The opportunities are endless.
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