Arizona’s Largest Dispensary Is the First to Operate 24 Hours, 365 Days a Year

Arizona’s largest dispensary – Mint Cannabis is further enhancing its services, making them even more available for Arizona residents. The dispensary has already switched to 24-hour service, 365 days a year. This means that 21 years and older residents of the state have full access to the services provided by them.

Mint’s Guadalupe dispensary organized special surprises and giveaways for the customers on the official launch day. What is more, at the start of the expanded services the dispensary decided to grant its customers a 25% discount for all purchases.

Being one of the leaders in the field, Mint Cannabis pays attention to every single detail, striving to make its service more and more convenient and affordable. This proves its drive-thru, which makes it easier for customers to be served quickly and get their cannabis on the go. This is especially important for people with serious illnesses like cancer or Alzheimer’s when quicker medicine pick-up might be crucial.

Another innovative initiation from Mint Cannabis was its very first cannabis kitchen that the company introduced in 2018. The kitchen offers its customers a large assortment of freshly made food from pizzas to brownies and even wedding cakes.

Mint Cannabis is gradually expanding with branches in different states of the country from Michigan to Missouri, being initially headquartered in Arizona. The dispensary values its good reputation and provides only quality services. The products customers can find in all of its branches are of high quality with the most diverse selection of flowers and buds, edibles, and concentrates.

Yet, the dispensary wouldn’t stop here. Its devoted team of over 260 employees is dedicated to providing only the best, constantly implementing new services and offerings. Throughout its history, Mint dispensary has proved that it is possible to be creative, efficient, and innovative all at the same time.

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