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Press Release: CLOVR Opens First Dispensary in Belton

Belton, Missouri received its first cannabis dispensary last week with the opening of CLOVR located on Highways 71 and 58. The company will celebrate the grand opening on July 10 with special promotions, swag giveaways, vendor exhibits, music performed by DJ G-Train, and food provide d by Mi Rancho.

The dispensary officially opened June 25 and offers a wide variety of product from multiple Missouri manufacturers and cultivators including Proper, Illicit, Sinse, Heartland Labs, and Vivid. Daily discounts are offered to veterans, first responders, senior citizens, low-income patients and industry professionals.

CLOVR CEO, Josh Mitchem speaks about the new venture:

“While it’s not the path we envisioned, we are thrilled to have opened our first CLOVR dispensary. Thousands of patients across the state have enjoyed our line of manufactured products, I can’t put into words how excited we are to be able to offer these products, among many others, out of our own retail location. We are especially excited to bring relief and care to the incredible people of Belton, and the surrounding areas. We are working tirelessly to solve the challenges around home delivery so that hopefully very soon we will be able to provide much needed care to Missouri patients all around the greater Kansas City area. As always Clovr will strive to provide top level care and products to the patients of Missouri.”

CLOVR is locally owned and operated. The company has been manufacturing and distributing cannabis-infused products across the state of Missouri since December 2020 and is excited to expand to the dispensary operation. CLOVR did not receive a dispensary license but has partnered with Missouri Health & Wellness, a five-dispensary license winner, on its Belton location.

CLOVR is located at 17211 US -71 in Belton, MO 64120 with the hours of Monday – Saturday 10-8 and Sunday 10-4. For more information on the CLOVR dispensary, its products, discounts, and hours visit www.clovrdispensary.com

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