Grand Opening of Tree of Life Dispensary Launches Cannabis With a Cause, Dec. 12

Storefront for Tree of Life dispensary. Photo Credit: Courtesy.

Tree of Life dispensary is joining the Nevada Cannabis Industry with a mission of helping Southern Nevada.

Founded and operated by renowned Las Vegas pioneering philanthropists Drs. Florence and Gard Jameson, the dispensary will be donating 70 percent of its profits back to local Nevada charitable and community organizations. The dispensary recently held its soft opening at its North Las Vegas location, providing an accessible, safe, and engaging environment to those looking to buy cannabis. 

The Tree of Life invites the community to celebrate its Grand Opening Event Saturday, December 11 at 150 E. Centennial, North Las Vegas, 11 a.m.- 4 p.m., including food, music, community service, and of course incredible store specials from December 9-12, 2021.

 The Tree of Life offers a broad selection of cannabis strains, edibles, topicals, and more at an affordable price available at its storefront or online. Their experienced budtenders and knowledgeable staff members provide recreational and medical guests with information about each product to make an educated decision on which one best suits any needs. In addition, their educational blog on the website includes topics such as the benefits of CBD oil and pain relief, cannabis edibles, kinds of flowers, vaping for beginners, weed hangovers, and cannabis facts.  

The family at Tree of Life Dispensary welcomes you on their mission this holiday season to give the gift of health to the community as we partner with Volunteers in Medicine of Southern Nevada, our state’s largest free and charitable healthcare clinic serving the uninsured. When shopping for your favorite Nevada cannabis brands at the store, customers will directly contribute to VMSN’s incredible work of providing much-needed healthcare services to the Valley’s underserved. 

Tree of Life Dispensary will also be assisting community partners in dispensing food to the hungry, providing healthcare to the sick, providing shelter for the homeless, reducing teen suicide, supporting veterans, and assisting the elderly. Other goals include supporting the LGBTQIA+ community, working for equal rights, advocating for children, fighting against racism, and promoting education that will decrease unemployment and poverty.  

“Our promise to our customers and community is the more they spend, the more we can give, and we estimate after recouping our initial investment, that by year two or three, we will be over a million dollars a year to in need services in our community,” says Drs. Jameson. 

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