They say it's supposed to fuel the feeling of joy and boredom, but dispensaries across the country have been inundated with orders for marijuana from "Green Wednesday." —
One in three Americans now live in a legalized state, but sales are falling, and marketers waste no time. Mary Daze a women-owned cannabis company in California is taking the "holidaze" seriously by offering killer deals all 'Green Wednesday' through "Mary Daze Cyber Monday."
It's getting more recognized every year, and we plan to take it by storm," said Mckenzie Santa Maria, co-owner who has seen countless "Green Wednesdays". Thousands of legal businesses are increasing the herd's propensity for weed, according to the Marijuana Policy Project, a group that advocates legalization.
Mary Daze marketing said " Orders for the Green Wednesday were nearly four times higher than the previous Wednesday. Sales on Wednesday doubled from Wednesday's average, and orders have risen 40% in the past two weeks, according to the Kevin Leonard co-owner of Mary Daze.
Green Wednesday has been hot for the past two years, with sales of more than $1.5 million in the first few hours. Not only do the holidays bring more spending but this year stress has skyrocketed, which leads to more consumption among regular users, reports found.
If ever there was a season when you could stock up on THC, it was 2020, stated the Marijuana Policy Project.
People rely more than ever on cannabis this year but the numbers don't lie. "In 2020 there was a crazy increase in cannabis use, which correlated with the pandemic. This spring, regulators said legal cannabis sales were crucial nationwide", according to the Santa Maria.
Less spending outside the house means more money for cannabis, travel, clothing, and food budgets diverted from quarantine to tasty herb streaming services.
The size of the weed sales had increased by 50 percent by October 2019. Leaflink, a California-based company with more than 1,000 employees, says it will increase by 100% in 2019, but the stock is rising less sharply than a year ago, according to the company's website.
Cannabis is normalizing and - stigmatizing, experts say - medical and adult-use initiatives are being implemented across the country. Spending on weeds rose 34 percent in October, and people are bracing themselves for the increasingly severe winter closure date of COVID.
Those shopping online can brace themselves for the annual rush on Wednesday, as the store runs all week, but take the delivery into account.
Costumers can order online and pick it up from the curb by lowering your Rona exposure like a pro, or you can order online, and delivery services are racing to your area this week. Nationwide, California offers its first-ever online delivery service for cannabis products, but other states like Oregon are doing the same.
When you shop, you'll also do your Christmas shopping (Cyber Monday started earlier this year), but what else are young people doing- calling Mary Daze.
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