Lansing-based Green Peak Innovations is opening its first of 30 planned Michigan Skymint stores on July 10 in Bay City. The store will feature the highest quality medical marijuana and marijuana products in a contemporary, thoughtful and inviting setting that reimagines the cannabis buying experience.
The Bay City store opens to the public on July 10. Skymint is located at 4330 Wilder Road and will be open from 9 am. to 8:45 p.m. seven days a week. Customers will need to show identification and medical marijuana card to gain entry.
“Skymint medical marijuana customers and employees personify blue sky thinkers who want only the best in life,” said Jeff Radway, Green Peaks Innovation CEO. “Skymint is reimagining what the cannabis experience feels like. We are launching this industry-setting model right here in Michigan and plan to expand it nationally.”
“We want the Skymint experience to feel special for our medical marijuana customers,” said Summer Ransom-Cleveland, president of Skymint’s retail division. “We strive to serve our communities by providing an environment that offers browsability, discovery, and ease of purchase; one that will continuously evolve alongside our customers’ needs and expectations. Best-in-class standards are at the forefront of what we believe in, from our premium products to our employees’ passion and product knowledge. The store will feature the Skymint brand and other leading product lines, balancing assortment and curation for our patient satisfaction.”
Ransom-Cleveland joined Skymint in October 2018 as president of the Skymint retail division. She previously was an executive with Urban Outfitters.
Additional Skymint stores will open in Newaygo, Ann Arbor, Nunica, Flint/Mt. Morris, Lansing and Traverse City over the next few months.
“We are excited to launch 30 Skymint stores across Michigan within the next 24 months,” said Joe Neller, chief government affairs officer, Green Peak Innovations. “We have carefully selected partner communities that are searching for a professional, best-in-class organization.”