Tahoe Marijuana Dispensary Serves 2,000 Customers In First 48 Hours of Operation

Spencer Miller |
Photo courtesy of NuLeaf Lake Tahoe.

NuLeaf  broke ground on August 5th, when it converted from a strictly medical to a recreational dispensary, making it the first of its kind on Tahoe shores.  The Incline Village, NV, location was warmly welcomed, with over 2,000 patrons in the first two days of operation, and that crowd has already prompted the shop to prolong its hours to seven days a week, 9 A.M.-8 P.M.

NuLeaf had a second location open on July 1st for recreational sales in Las Vegas; the exact date when Nevada lifted its ban.  But Californians will have to wait for their day, or drive to the other side of the lake, as laws have not yet been mended for recreational use.

For now, “We will be serving the entire lake market on our own,” said Sean Luse, chief operating officer of the dispensary.  NuLeaf will be offering “flowers, edibles, extracts, topicals and cartridges,” and “smoking and vaping accessories” to anyone 21 and over, or with a medical card.


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