Pot Shop Gives Free Joints For Canned Food Items
A Montana medical marijuana dispensary collected more than a ton of food by offering their members a free joint if they donated canned goods.
Robin Phillips of The Happy Pharmer’s Family in Butte, Montana, said it took the business only a month to collect more than ton of food and baby items, which will be donated to the Butte Emergency Food Bank, reports Tim Trainor of The Montana Standard.
Phillips said the dispensary has more than 340 members, making it one of the largest medical marijuana providers in Montana.
She said the Pharmer’s Phamily decided to collect food for the bank to show that cannabis businesses can be good neighbors in the Butte community.
Only members of the Happy Pharmers club, each of whom has state authorization to possess marijuana, were given free joints in exchange for donating canned goods. The food is expected to be delivered early next week.