The 2015 Washington Marijuana Retail Seminar: Becoming A Front Runner, October 5th in Bellevue, WA

MJBA Professional Educational Seminars

WASHINGTON:  Front Runner (formerly TetraTrak.com), a leading business intelligence resource for Washington’s licensed cannabis industry has teamed up with The Marijuana Business Association, to present: “The 2015 Washington Marijuana Retail Seminar: Becoming A Front Runner” on Monday, October 5th at the Red Lion Hotel in Bellevue, 1-5PM, with a VIP Reception to follow at the hotel bar. The MJBA Professional Read the full article…

Vancouver-Based Marijuana Shop Has Highest Sales In Washington, Thanks To Oregon Buyers

The new record was set on a day when two major cannabis conferences were held in the Pacific Northwest, although whether that was a factor is hard to determine.

WASHINGTON:  Oregon marijuana users helped propel a Vancouver retailer to the top recreational weed shop in Washington. Main Street Marijuana sold $1.8 million in May alone, the state liquor control board announced this week, besting Seattle-based Uncle Ike’s $1.5 million. Another Vancouver-based shop, New Vansterdam, ranked third in the state with $1.2 million in May sales. Marijuana sales Read the full article…

Get high Every Morning With Marijuana K-cups

The pods are becoming big sellers — probably because of their undeniable convenience — and now reportedly account for 60 percent of Uncle Ike's coffee sales.

WASHINGTON: As more and more states legalize marijuana for recreational use, edibles and infusions are becoming a massive marketplace.  Yahoo Finance now reports that coffee businesses are now infusing cannabis in their brews, ready to be bought in K-cups and coffee pods. Uncle Ike’s Pot Shop of Seattle sells pods of “premium infused” coffee, containing 10mg of THC, for $10 Read the full article…

Washington State: Weed Goldmine Not So Lucrative With New Product Glut

The National Conference of State Legislatures has endorsed a resolution calling for marijuana to be removed from the US Controlled Substances Act.

WASHINGTON:  Remember the early days of legal cannabis in Washington, when it was selling for $20 or $25 a gram and stores were closing because they were literally sold out of weed? Those days are officially over. Prices in recreational stores have been falling with every passing month as more shops open. Now there is Read the full article…

Church Members Protest Seattle Pot Shop As Too Close For Comfort

“We’re talking to youth about how it’s not OK to smoke pot, and outside, we’ve got this shop making a statement that opposes what we’re teaching.”

WASHINGTON:  When a new retail shop started constructing its location at 23rd Avenue and East Union Street in Seattle’s Central District, the Mount Calvary Christian Center had no problem allowing the business to excavate under part of the church’s property. The primarily black church has been happy to see once rampant crime at the intersection Read the full article…

Today In Seattle Pot Shops: Ocean Greens Now Open, Mello Times Coming…Soon?

Seattle's third pot shop, Ocean Greens, held its soft-opening on Thursday (at 4:20, obviously).

WASHINGTON:  Seattle sat at one pot shop for three months before this week when Uncle Ike’s joined Cannabis City as your local legal marijuana dealers. Just like how once someone broke the four-minute mile barrier,suddenly everyone could do it, pot shops are starting to grow up all around town. Seattle’s third pot shop, Ocean Greens, held its soft-opening on Thursday Read the full article…

Second Marijuana Shop Opening In Seattle

Just as seeds increasingly are crossing borders, wider acceptance abroad is reshaping attitudes in Mexico.

WASHINGTON:  A second pot shop is opening Tuesday in Seattle. Uncle Ike’s joins Cannabis City, which opened in July south of downtown. KING reports (http://kng5.tv/1vtwQsa ) Uncle Ike’s is located on the Central District corner of 23rd and Union — an intersection that has seen more than its share of shootings, arsons, and drug deals. Read the full article…