Trulieve Cannabis Corp (OTCMKTS:TCNNF) has continued expanding with opening of more storefronts at Tarpon Springs and Port St. Lucie, which are the 53rd and 54 dispensaries respectively in Florida.
Trulieve open storefronts in Tarpon Springs and Port St. Lucie
The Tarpon Springs storefront is located near Lake Tarpon, and supports the company’s mission of expanding direct access to its wide-ranging medical cannabis products to patients in the state. The dispensary becomes part of Truelieve’s 55 dispensaries that offer medical cannabis products across the country. The Port St. Lucie dispensary is located close to neighboring dispensaries in Stuart and Fort Pierce.
Trulieve CEO Kim Rivers stated that in the last four years, the company has seen significant organic growth resulting from support from Florida patients. He explained that when the company started focusing on premium cannabis products and enhancing the patient experience at the stores. As the company continues to grow, the focus is on delivering reliable and safe medications to patients. Rivers said that the company has created a foundation based on strong diversity as well as inclusion of initiatives that promise reliable quality medical cannabis products to the patient population.
Trulieve has implemented COVID 19 measures at its dispensaries
Rivers lauded the efforts of the Trulieve team for the work they put into ensuring the company continues to expand. With the new dispensary openings, patients will get 25% off at Tarpon Springs on their medical cannabis purchase on opening day. In line with COVID-19 measures, customers visiting the dispensaries will be required to put on masks. For now, only state-approved patients and their caregivers will be allowed into the dispensaries.
In order to help patients while ordering, the company has put the entire products catalog online with curbside pickup, in-store pickup, and state-wide deliveries. Also, Trulieve has installed plexiglass partitions, modified the layout of the store as well as installed HEPA air filtration in line to CDC recommendation in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic.