7-Eleven Buys Buildings Housing Dispensaries, Kicks Them Out reports Ganjapreneur
7-Eleven has purchased buildings that house four different medical cannabis dispensaries in Oklahoma and is refusing to allow the businesses to stay.
Four Oklahoma dispensaries are being forced from their locations by convenience store chain 7-Eleven Incorporated after the company bought buildings rented by the dispensary owners and have declined to renew their leases, KFOR reports. Starla Norwood, a registered nurse that runs Nurses Station dispensary, said the company told her she needed to be out of her current location by the end of the month, giving her just 14 days’ notice.
“What we’re hearing from 7-Eleven is they consider this a criminal activity and money laundering, and there are 300,000 Oklahomans with medical cards, and they seem to think their business is not important.” – Norwood to KFOR
Gayle’s Dispensary owner Christian Oliver said he received no written notice and 7-Eleven didn’t make any “attempt at dialogue.” He said that the company “does not want to lease to the cannabis industry.
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As we all know the cannabis plant is far worse for human consumption than some of the products you can buy at 7-Eleven .
Here are a few products available from 7 – Eleven that are far safer for your body than organically grown cannabis !
The 49c Big Gulp looks fairly unappealing
As does…..this lovely looking Apple Fritter !
These Savory Dips are apparently a healthy choice according to their website
and we can’t wait to tuck into one of these … NOT!