First Medical Marijuana Dispensary in Sebastian Opening Soon

AltMed Florida is opening in Sebastian, Florida.
AltMed Florida is opening in Sebastian, Florida.

AltMed Florida will open the first medical marijuana dispensary in Sebastian on Saturday, January 25, 2020.

The cannabis dispensary will be located at 1701 U.S. Highway 1 in the small strip mall between Tire Kingdom and Dollar Tree.

“We are proud that Florida patients are choosing our dispensaries thanks to our modern open-concept retail experience, professional service and our unmatched product quality,” AltMed Director of Corporate Affairs Todd Beckwith told Sebastian Daily.

“As a Florida owned company, we take our obligation to serve patients across the state very seriously, as exemplified by becoming the first to open three dispensaries in 24 hours,” Beckwith added.

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Pure Hemp Farms says cannabis patients will receive 25 percent off their entire first purchase, and the first 100 patients will receive a MÜV SWAG bag with their purchase.

Following the grand opening, patients will also be able to order online at the AltMed Florida website for express pick up or delivery.

“Our dispensaries set the standard for quality products, service and overall patient experience at our current locations and we’re excited to offer our premium MÜV medical cannabis brand to even more patients as we expand our presence across Florida,” AltMed Florida CEO John Tipton told Sebastian Daily.

AltMed Florida is headquartered in Sarasota, Florida.


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