Las Vegas Review-Journal took time to visit Las Vegas ReLeaf and took a deep dive into the world of cannabis in Las Vegas. What they found was more than just a medical marijuana dispensary. The pristine dispensary contained more than weed. It was a reflection of the Vegas community’s readiness for legal and accessible medical marijuana. The LVJ even mentioned the – uh, er – inevitability of pot tourism.
Las Vegas Review-Journal’s article explains the process of how patients get their medicine from Las Vegas ReLeaf and the politics behind that process. Although Las Vegas ReLeaf has been asked to take their sign off their door and cannot advertise through any traditional methods other companies are provided with, they still have a “chill, zen feeling about the government.” (Citation). Las Vegas ReLeaf acknowledges the important support of regulators and sees a bright future ahead. They are ready to serve between 1,000 and 1,200 patients between now and their next delivery. With over 10,000 card holders in the state, they know their product is well needed.
The possibility of Las Vegas becoming the Amsterdam of the Americas and the future of pot tourism is exciting for the ReLeaf family and the Vegas community. The idea of pot tourism is a new hot topic in the marijuana community around the country, and Las Vegas is in a position to be the newest blazing hot spot. The LVJ is already welcoming Las Vegas ReLeaf to the community with open arms and eyes on the future. Are you ready for the future of pot tourism? Las Vegas ReLeaf is.