Turning a cannabis dispensary into a kiosk

When I was a little kid I was mostly raised by my grandma.

She lived in a retirement community down south, which meant that almost all of the adults I interacted with were senior citizens.

I know a lot of people that get weirded out by old folks, retirement homes, and hospitals, but for me it was all a normal part of growing up. My grandma passed some time ago, but there are a few eldlery folks from the community I am still tight with. I actually used some of them for investors when I wanted to start this cannabis dispensary, as a way of giving back to the retirees. Listen, this may surprise you but lots of senior citizens love using cannabis, for medicinal or recreational reasons. The cliche of old folks being stodgy and against marijuana are long gone, people, because now a lot of retirees are former hippies who have been smoking pot for 50 years! One day there will be a cannabis dispensary in every single retirement community, and I am on the cutting edge. With the backing of my investors, my small cannabis dispensary opened six months ago, and already I am scouting locations for a second shop. The idea was to have more of a cannabis kiosk instead of a huge store, both to save on overhead and to keep the old timers from having to walk too much. It turns out my business model is very cost effective, and we can open up a new cannabis kiosk for about one quarter of what it takes to open a full dispensary.

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