In a recent development in the Michigan cannabis market, Lake Life Farms, a well-known cannabis dispensary located at 208 S. Michigan Ave., Big Rapids, has announced its impending closure. The dispensary, which opened its doors to the public in December 2020, has been serving the community for over two years and will cease operations after its final day of sales on Sunday, February 4th, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Store manager Heather Strong confirmed the closure of the Big Rapids location, marking an end to a significant chapter for Lake Life Farms in the region. In a statement, Strong mentioned, "We are closing in early February." She also highlighted that in the lead-up to the closure, customers can expect a 35% discount on all products, with an additional offer on pre-rolls, which will be available at 10 for $20.
Known for its unique retail approach, Lake Life Farms in Big Rapids adopted a deli-style service model, which has been well-received by customers. This distinctive method allows patients to closely inspect and select their cannabis products, which are then weighed and prepared in their presence, ensuring transparency and a personalized shopping experience.
Despite the closure of the Big Rapids outlet, Lake Life Farms continues to operate in other Michigan locations, including Cedar Springs, Stanton, and Lansing. These branches remain open and continue to serve their respective communities.
The closure of the Big Rapids store signifies a change in the local cannabis retail landscape and reflects the dynamic nature of the cannabis industry in Michigan.
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