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Topic: Need help with Setting Up a Dispensary In NM
MarylandShooter Registered Join Date: Jan-14-2010
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say I need a card holder (who will also double as a tester of the product), a
doctor or nurse - I am thinking they mean a physicians assistant for my Board
of Directors as you must be a Corporation.
Anyone know a legitimate lawyer with some juice to pave the way?
I need a decent location - not real spendy - willing to lease with an option
Room for 100 plants, all the kit to run them - a prep station to process the
product and package it, a suite that has a bathroom/shower/dining
Seperate area for walk-in customers, common area for eating and some space
for entertainment items.
Security as in cameras,
buzz in doors (pun intended), central alarm. I will be bringing a physical
security detail with me. They had 25 stick ups in CO last month and we all
have to be safe from the element that wants to crash the party.
Certainly open to ideas and limited partners with some skills - besides being
able to "test"
Security/Tester/Card Holder/Administrative/Medical Liason/Promotional/Grower
are al things I mat need although I am a very hands on guy and all final
decisions would rest with me.
NM also requires anyone involved in any way to pass a Federal and State background check.
If you can't pass, I can't use you - NM just won't allow it.
NM also requires a drug-free work place - so, with the exception of a tester
- if they even allow that - ya just can't get stoned at work. Bummer - but
hey - it all has to be 100% above board, straight according to Hoyle (Google
it if ya don't know) with no operating in gray areas.
The grow room and prep stations will be strictly controlled by a swipe card
access sytem logged by who, when, for how long and the cameras will roll
24/7. Kinda like a casino.
Ok - so start tossing out some locations, doctors, lawyers, security companies
and whetever else jumps into your mind.
Waiting Room: Darts, pinball, pool, foozball. I have a 1960 gambling game - a
25 hole pinball machine I would bring out with me - no flippers - circa 1960
- magic screens. Probably never heard of them I bet.
I'll teach you all how to play - I'll make it non-gaming and maybe get a slot machine
or two - I love them things - but only for entertainment.
Contact me via email as I prefer not to have the set up info out here for all
marylandshooter [AT] gmail [DOT] com
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