Kind Leaf Unveils Pendleton’s First Rec Cannabis Walk-Up Window

Cannabis companies are forced to adapt to various circumstances out of their control, more so than virtually any other type of business. Since states started to legalize in 2012, the industry has had to deal with a few disruptions in official federal policies as presidential administration’s changed and a plethora of state and local regulations that can change on a dime. And then there was the vape cartridge crisis, while Reefer Madness prohibitionists are constantly utilizing misleading propaganda to make cannabis and our community look bad.

Throw in the global coronavirus pandemic, an economic recession that could lead to a depression, and massive civil rights protests, and it’s clear that we are living in unprecedented times. And cannabis businesses are dealing with all of this without adequate access to banking services and paying a ridiculous amount of taxes to the federal government!

Kind Leaf has been rolling with the punches and expertly adapting at every turn, helping lead the way on political advocacy, developing quality neighborhood relationships, and consumer safety. The latest innovation from Kind Leaf is Pendleton, Oregon’s first rec-shop walk-up window. Combining ultimate care for public safety with convenience, the walk-up window will allow folks to conveniently pick up cannabis without having to come into the store or wait in their car, which is very inconvenient for those that don’t own a car.

As always, you can order online via Leafly and expect the top-notch service that Kind Leaf prides itself on. Oh, and getting to select from some of the best cannabis in the world from the Great Northwest’s biggest selection of strains clearly makes Kind Leaf Eastern Oregon’s premier craft cannabis boutique and even worthy of a beautiful road trip.

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