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Eastern Band of Cherokee Set to Open Great Smoky Cannabis Company

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Cherokee tribe prepares for historic cannabis dispensary grand opening event.

description: a group of people, including tribal members and visitors, gather outside a newly opened cannabis dispensary. the building is adorned with traditional cherokee artwork and signage, welcoming attendees to the grand opening event. the atmosphere is festive, with colorful decorations and music playing in the background.

By SCOTT MCKIE B.P.. One Feather Asst. Editor. CHEROKEE, N.C. – The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians (EBCI) is set to open the first cannabis dispensary in North Carolina. Plans for the state's first recreational marijuana sales are on hold as the Eastern Band of Cherokee announces their marijuana dispensary. The Great Smoky Cannabis Company, operated by Qualla Enterprises, will be the first of its kind in the state.

As the Cherokee tribe makes final preparations, the dispensary stated that only medical cardholders will be allowed to purchase cannabis. Qualla Enterprises, LLC, has announced the grand opening of the Great Smoky Cannabis Company will occur on Saturday, April 20, also known as 420. Cherokee Indians in North Carolina will limit who can buy marijuana at the cannabis dispensary opening on this historic date.

The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians approved a plan to grow and sell marijuana on the Qualla Boundary in western North Carolina. After months of stalemate, the tribe appears ready to advance its cannabis enterprise. The Great Smoky Cannabis Company, operated by Qualla Enterprises on the Qualla Boundary, has been in limbo as tribal leadership have been working to finalize details.

The cannabis industry is a burgeoning market, and the Cherokee tribe is taking steps to capitalize on this opportunity. With the opening of the Great Smoky Cannabis Company, the EBCI hopes to provide both economic growth and medical relief to its community. The dispensary will offer a variety of cannabis products to meet the needs of medical cardholders.

In a move to ensure responsible consumption, the Cherokee tribe will implement strict regulations at the Great Smoky Cannabis Company. Only individuals with valid medical cards will be permitted to make purchases, and there will be limits on the quantity that can be bought. The tribe aims to promote safe and legal cannabis use within its jurisdiction.

The grand opening of the Great Smoky Cannabis Company is anticipated to draw significant attention from both locals and visitors. The event will feature live music, food vendors, and educational resources on cannabis use. Members of the Cherokee tribe are excited to showcase their cultural heritage while embracing the emerging cannabis industry.

Overall, the establishment of the Great Smoky Cannabis Company marks a significant milestone for the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. This venture not only signifies economic progress but also represents a shift towards more inclusive and progressive attitudes towards cannabis. As the tribe prepares for this historic moment, they are paving the way for a new chapter in their cultural and economic development.

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