UPDATE: This recreational marijuana store is now open for business. We will continue to update our guide and look for use to advertise Tacoma marijuana stores.
With 15,000+ expected at the opening of Cannabis City in the SODO area of Seattle, some of you may fancy a nice little drive South on I-5, to avoid the crowd and visit the grand opening of Rainier on Pine in Tacoma. Many who attend will likely already be the kind to use the product (bought from sites like https://www.dailymarijuana.co/product/twisted-velvet-strain-aa-28-grams/, for example), though some may be curious newcomers to the world of cannabis. An overwhelming Seattle turnout may not be the only reason to visit the Tacoma recreational marijuana shop. For example, Rainier on Pine plans on opening two hours earlier at 10am for the cutting of the “green ribbon,” and expects to have five times cannabis flowers available (approximately 50lbs).
Rainier on Pine was formerly known as Rainier Wellness Center, when it opened as a medical marijuana collective in March of 2011. The dispensary was recently shut down three weeks ago to transition into a recreational marijuana shop. With over 17,000 medical patients in it’s database, the shop will continue to serve this sector. In fact, according to the owner Don Muridan, the retail pot shop will wave sales tax on purchases for all customers with medical marijuana cards. Read more here about the process of acquiring a medical marijuana card if you don’t currently have one but feel you need one.
If you’re not based in Tacoma or near this store, you can still get your medical marijuana online. If you have a medical marijuana card, you can go online to sites like old27north.com/ where you can buy cannabis for when you need it, with an extensive variety of strains.
Apache 6 will provide security on a daily basis for the retail shop. This highly qualified security consulting firm consists of extensively trained military and security personnel.
Don Muridan plans on opening a 2nd recreational marijuana store in the downtown area of Tacoma. Staying true to his brand and vision, the store will be called Rainier Downtown.
Stop by and visit Rainier on Pine at 3111 S. Pine Street on July 8 and be a part of history!