Silver Stem Fine Cannabis CEO Address on Coronavirus
From our family to yours,
We consider all of you an important part of our Silver Stem family, and we want you to know that we are mindful of the ways in which the Coronavirus (COVID-19) impacts all of us.
We continue to be here to meet your needs and we are doing all we can to ensure that our stores are prepared for your visit.
For your protection and that of our employees, we have taken the following actions:
We have increased the frequency of regularly scheduled cleanings and disinfection efforts across our stores and facilities, including sanitizing all high touch points; door handles, countertops and other surfaces by wiping them down with disinfectant multiple times a day.
Hand sanitizer is available for customer use at check-in and sales areas.
We have implemented social distancing at all of our stores.
We have instructed our employees to step up good hygiene practices (frequent hand washing, wearing gloves and eliminating non-essential/non-emergency travel). In addition, we have instructed our employees to stay home and seek medical attention if they do not feel well and to report any exposure to a suspected case of COVID-19.
Similarly, we ask that our vendors and customers postpone their visits if they do not feel well or believe that they may have been exposed to a suspected case of COVID-19.
We want to remind you that we have the pre-order option available through our website, and we encourage our customers to use it. This will limit your time at the stores and interaction with other people.
For additional safety tips on cannabis use during the coronavirus outbreak, please click here.
We hope that you and your loved ones are in good health, and remain safe.
Igor Kaminer - CEO
Inside CannaMart, a Greenwood Village "wellness counseling" center that connects medical- marijuana patients with the medicine they seek
Earlier today, we told you about a lawsuit aimed at Centennial for closing CannaMart, a medical marijuana dispensary, in mid-October.
A medical marijuana dispensary that had already filed a lawsuit against Centennial is now suing the City of Littleton for denying it a license to operate.
Earlier today, we told you about a lawsuit aimed at Centennial for closing CannaMart, a medical-marijuana dispensary, in mid-October.
Arapahoe County District Judge Christopher Cross ruled Wednesday that the city of Centennial could not use federal law as a justification
Despite a preliminary court victory last December, CannaMart, Centennial’s now-closed medical-marijuana dispensary, will not be allowed to reopen in the city anytime soon.
Thieves target a medical marijuana dispensary in what police believe was supposed to be a quick smash and grab.
Yet, in October, the city of Centennial decided to close down his East Arapahoe Road office down.
CannaMart’s three-year battle with the city appears to be nearing an end, thanks to an open slot in the four-dispensary limit.
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