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Aurora Ave. N, Seattle, WA 98133
How and when did the Fweedom Collective
started it in April of 2011 at our Ballard Shop. We were the first collective
with an open sign on in the city of Seattle, which nearly gave me a heart
attack. It was one step in the right direction in having a legitimate business
with cannabis in the city.
What does your access point offer that
you can’t find anywhere else?
The level of service, the level of commitment and the level of knowledge. We
have the most stellar layout for a collective in the State of Washington when
it comes to safety. We offer a really good one-on-one experience with
budtenders and make sure you get everything you need, especially if you have a
lot of questions.
How has the cannabis industry changed in
Washington since you have been in business and where would you like to see it
only thing I know about in the cannabis industry is change. It’s the only thing
that’s real about it actually. When it comes to that, there have been hundreds
of challenges that we’ve faced. Whether it’s a DEA letter to move, or
legalization, or being blessed by the city to be able to stay open with certain
ordinances, or even having those ordinances taken away, like we may in four
months, or five months. The biggest thing with the cannabis industry is if you
can’t evolve and roll with the punches, then you will roll right out of it.
What is the most important thing you hope
to accomplish for the MMJ community?
the plant and the medicine in a way that hasn’t been seen before. Maybe it has
been done elsewhere in the country or in the world, but there are hundreds of
millions of people that haven’t been exposed to cannabis in a proper setting.
It can make or break your whole mindset on what it may, or may not, help with
in your life; whether it’s good times or rough times.