Sitting about 5 minutes away from SeaTac Airport in Burien, Kush 21 may be the most convenient recreational marijuana retail shop for travelers looking to experience all the joys legal cannabis can offer. The shop itself sits in a strip mall, which is nice because there is ample free off street parking available to customers.
The first thing customers notice after having their ID checked and walking into the shop is the huge amount of selection they offer. From the outside, the space looks much more cramped than it actually is. Once inside, I was able to walk around the expansive facility and take in all of the options in wonder.
Employees were helpful and friendly without ever being overbearing. It also seemed like they had no agenda other than trying to steer me in the right direction, which I
appreciated greatly. You know those times when as a customer you can tell that the budtenders at certain shops are pushing inferior products to try to get rid of inventory? That was definitely not the case here. The staff patiently asked many pertinent questions and tried to cultivate the highest quality cannabis experience for me, and they seemed genuinely excited to do it!
The shop has a wonderful layout where they organize their products into different categories so that customers can easily find what they are looking for. For example, they have all of their edibles and topicals on one side of the shop, and all flowers are broken down by either Sativa, Indica, or Hybrid. This simple organization system made perusing their offerings more simple than at some other shops. I also noticed they must have followed the relevant buying guidance for health and safety signage, which was reassuring to see.
Another thing that is made abundantly clear is how much they care about their customers at Kush 21. They strive to ensure that each person that walks through the door is treated to the highest level of customer service imaginable, and walks back out the door in better spirits than when they walked in. Also, the shop goes to great lengths to ensure that their customers keep coming back anxiously time after time. They update an online menu daily so that their products are available to view online so that you can know what’s available to you before even stepping foot in the shop! Also, they have a customer loyalty program that provides members with new product alerts when new items hit the shelves, and also offers generous discounts for those who return often. Who doesn’t love saving a few bucks just for making your purchases at the same wonderful location? Customer loyalty is a massive priority in any and all businesses, that’s why tapping into the proper resources, like https://us.epsilon.com/epsilon-peoplecloud-overview/loyalty, to make this a reality is a perfect opportunity for businesses.
Kush 21 is a one-stop shop for all your marijuana related needs and is a great place to shop! I can say with a certainty that I will return to this store, even if it isn’t the most conveniently located for where I live. I really enjoyed the atmosphere in the shop, and the budtenders’ willingness to help steer me in the right direction really impressed me. I ended up buying a few grams of a few different strains, and not only were their descriptions of the products absolutely on point, but they also were items that I likely wouldn’t have picked out on my own. I love trying new things, and was definitely not let down in any sense by Kush 21. Come check out the shop the next time you are in Burien, or are looking to try a new shop. They’ve got everything you need, and tons of stuff that you didn’t yet know you needed, but now can’t live without!
ADDRESS: 17730 Ambaum Blvd S, Seattle, WA 98148
WEBSITE: Kush 21
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