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First marijuana center opens in Ottawa County

August 2, 2019
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The first state-licensed medical marijuana provisioning center in Ottawa County opened today.

Exit 9 Provisioning Center, owned and operated by Agri-Med and its president, Greg Maki, a Muskegon-area businessman, is located at 12261 Cleveland St., Suite B, Nunica.

“We’re happy to be open in Ottawa County and in a convenient location for people from Grand Rapids, Holland and points north and south,” Maki said. “Ottawa County has about 4,000 medical marijuana cardholders who, before now, had to travel significant distances to buy their medicine. It’s great to be able to serve this community.”

Exit 9 will offer a variety of cannabis flowers, distillate cartridges, transdermal patches, edibles, tinctures, dabs, wax, shatter, distillates and RSO.

The Exit 9 brand also will be in stores such as Mary’s Medicinals, WANA, Kiva and Monster, among others.

Agri-Med and Maki also have a provision center in Muskegon called Park Place Provisionary, 1922 Park St., Muskegon. The facility has an indoor growing space.

The company is in the process of obtaining a class C license, which will allow it to grow 1,500 plants there.

“Being a more vertically integrated business is our goal. It will give us the opportunity to control everything from strain choices to prices,” Maki said.

Exit 9 will be open daily from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. It is open to medical marijuana card holders only.

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