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Reno-Sparks Indian Colony Media Phone: 775-842-2902
Three Nations Cannabis, owned by Reno-Sparks Indian Colony, Invites Adults 21+ years to the Grand Opening of the Verdi Drive-Thru Dispensary
Verdi, Nevada (November 10, 2022) —Three Nations Cannabis, owned by Reno-Sparks Indian Colony (RSIC), is set to mega launch the drive-thru dispensary located in Verdi, NV with a Grand Opening celebration this Saturday, November 12th. Three Nations Cannabis Verdi cordially invites all adults, 21+ years, who are interested to experience a Native American owned cannabis store with a massive selection of products, including Native American cannabis products, and guaranteed low prices by 10% of their competitors on the daily.
The Grand Opening festivities is set to begin at 11am at 420 Highway 40 West (exit 2, off I-80 west), hence the store will open its doors at 9am. The store location is on RSIC tribal land and is near the tribe’s (RSIC’s) long-established Tribal Smoke Shop business. The main attractions are giveaways, raffles, special offers, food trucks, Native American vendors, music, etc…
Products to include flower, vapes, edibles, pre-rolls, extract, tincture, plus more. View their complete online menu at www.threenationscannabis.com where customers are able to pre-order for pickup at Three Nations Cannabis Verdi or Three Nations Cannabis South Reno (11570 South Virginia Street).
“This long awaited accomplishment will lead to increased services for our elders, youth and all tribal members,” Chairman Arlan Melendez stated. “We welcome all adults (21+ years), to be present at our Three Nations Cannabis Verdi Grand Opening and celebrate this milestone together. We look forward to providing a safe & tasty client experience.”
The dispensaries are a new income resource that is parallel with RSIC’s vision to promote and encourage individual spiritual, physical and emotional health to foster a long, abundant, and prosperous life for RSIC Tribal Members & the Urban Indians RSIC serves. This income resource will be used to offer Tribal Members an opportunity to improve their lives and enhance tribal values by making more community programs, services, and projects available.
RSIC follows cannabis regulations in compliance with the Cannabis Agreement between the State of Nevada and the Reno-Sparks Indian Colony signed on January 29, 2020. NRS 223.250 allows the Governor to enter into an agreement with any federally recognized Indian tribe located within the geographical boundaries of Nevada regarding Cannabis.
“Three Nations Cannabis enhances RSIC’s economic diversification strategy that will create well-paying jobs for both tribal members and the general public,” said Chairman Melendez. “It will also help RSIC to invest resources into better elder care, education, health services, housing & infrastructure, language & culture, youth services; the opportunities are infinite.”
For more information, please call Bethany Sam, RSIC Public Relations, at 775-842-2902 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Reno-Sparks Indian Colony
The Reno-Sparks Indian Colony formed a federally recognized government in 1936 under the Indian Reorganization Act. Located in Reno, Nev., the RSIC consists of about 1300 members from three Great Basin Tribes – the Paiute, Shoshone and Washoe Tribes. The RSIC is a vibrant, diverse organization, which balances traditional teachings and rich culture with contemporary business methods. Our mission is to offer opportunities for tribal members to improve their lives and enhance tribal values by making community programs, services, and projects available.
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