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Who will manage to build the McDonald’s or Starbucks grass? In Seattle, the legalization of marijuana, a market estimated at 100 billion dollars, has given rise to rapid fortune dreams.
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Since its progressive legalization in the US, it is the rush grass. Former small dealers multiply their investment by 20. These growth rates have pissed the finance sharks, too, want their share of a huge market. Douglas Anderson, a businessman from Wall Street, wants to create the Starbucks of marijuana.
It is a rare opportunity when a market that is potentially worth hundreds of billions of dollars is virtually untouched by large companies. While the number of states where the growth and sales of Cannabis products remains limited, the majority of the population in the United States approves the end of federal marijuana prohibition nationwide. For now, in states where cannabis is a legitimate and legal product, sales are through the roof.
It is four years behind schedule, but the flagship Diego Pellicer marijuana retail store is finally opening.
Passing its final inspection at the end of September, the premium marijuana brand’s first retail store now has the green light. It is scheduled to open Oct. 7 at 2215 Fourth Ave. S. in Seattle’s Sodo neighborhood.