The company principals are all either born and raised in Missouri or long time (20+ years) residents of the state. The owners and principal managers have extensive experience in law, cannabis advocacy (dating back to the 1990s), cultivation, and retail experience in the medical cannabis industry and the adult-use industry in states that have legalized. Three of the company’s four principals are attorneys. fresh.green as a company hopes to fulfill the mission of bettering the lives of those patients that will benefit from medical cannabis but may not be able to afford it. The company will be operated for profit; however, a dedicated percentage of that profit will always be earmarked for discounts available to veterans and low-income patients in need. We look forward to opening both locations in 2020 as quickly as the product becomes available to stock the dispensaries. Stay tuned for more details as the industry gets up and running.
Women to Watch: Bianca Sullivan
by Rachael Dunn May 24, 2019
From volunteering at an AIDS non-profit in the 90s to helping clients at Sullivan Law, Bianca Sullivan of fresh.green is a woman with a passion for medical cannabis that only matches her education and experience.
Sullivan: Responsible industry ambassadors set the foundation for greatness
by Rob Sullivan Sep 12, 2019
Most of us know this saying as some variation of the adage “don’t lose sight of the forest for the trees,” meaning do not get caught up in so much of the minutiae that the big picture is lost....we have won an epic and hard-fought battle, but we must not lose sight of the fact that we have not won the war.
New Business Profile of the Month
by The Evolution Mag Aug 2019
The Kansas City, MO, born fresh.green Dispensaries company will submit its application on August 17 in hopes of securing a Missouri medical marijuana dispensary license.
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Our apologies for the time it took to get this much-requested update ticker up and running. Our tight-knit Missouri rooted group has been hard at work completing the construction of the dispensaries on Wornall Rd. in KCMO and Route 291 in LSMO. The good news is that both fresh.green locations are on track to be completed and ready to go as soon as the product is available.
Some optimistic early estimates on product availability are targeting the August-September timeframe, but it looks like larger scale product cultivation estimates predict product available to patients closer to this November. We all hope the earlier estimates are true.
Whether it becomes available September or November or anywhere in between, fresh.green dispensaries will immediately open their doors to provide the earliest available cannabis for its patients. Unfortunately, dispensary owners are all at the mercy of the cultivators' timelines and the State's timeline, so our apologies again for the delays, but as dispensary owners, we share patients' unfortunate position of being at the mercy of the State and the licensed cultivators.
MAY 20, 2020:
The buildout of both the retail stores has been underway for a couple of weeks. Demolition continues at the Waldo location, but the Lee's Summit location is fully demolition and under construction. Both locations are coming along nicely and on track to be completed by July 2020. Any patient or potential patient, or just interested community member is welcome to stop by and speak with Rob and Bianca Sullivan, see the progress of the locations, and take a tour of the progress, time and safety permitted.
Rob and Bianca are at one or the other of the locations on a daily basis checking on progress. Please feel free to visit us. We are happy to answer any questions.
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