Quality Roots Expands Michigan Presence with New Madison Heights Dispensary

March 6th, 2024 Business & Industry
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Quality Roots, a cannabis operator based in Birmingham, Michigan, is on the verge of launching its eighth store within the state while simultaneously making strides into New Jersey, reflecting a strategic transition towards operating as a management service organization.

The company is set to unveil its Madison Heights dispensary by the end of this month, establishing its third outlet in Oakland County. Situated at the intersection of John R Road and East 14 Mile Road, this new retail location represents a significant investment of around $6 million by Quality Roots, according to Aric Klar, the CEO of this family-operated business.

This expansion is not just about increasing the company's footprint; it also involves a commitment to the community. As part of a community benefits agreement with Madison Heights, Quality Roots has pledged $200,000 towards the renewal of the city's "Welcome to Madison Heights" signs. This contribution aligns with the requirements of state law, which mandates that local cannabis license allocations consider community benefits as a crucial factor in their competitive selection process.

Furthering its integration into the Madison Heights area, Quality Roots plans to introduce a small-scale processing and cultivation facility on the site, mirroring the operational model of its Battle Creek location, Klar noted. This move not only enhances the company's production capabilities but also strengthens its bond with the local community by contributing to economic development and beautification projects.

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