Shoreline Dispensary, Dockside Cannabis Now offers 10% Discount On Online Orders

Seattle dispensary in the Shoreline area is offering their new and loyal clients a 10% discount when they take advantage of their easy and convenient online ordering form.

Shoreline, United States - May 16, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Seattle, Washington- Top Shoreline area dispensary, Dockside Cannabis is offering their patrons, new and current, who order online, a 10% discount.

The dispensary which is located just off of Aurora Avenue North in Shoreline, Washington opened in 2011, when only medicinal cannabis was approved for use. Since the folks of Washington voted to legalize cannabis via the Initiative 502 (I-502), which decriminalizes recreational marijuana, (voted into law in November 2012), the business has opened 3 additional recreational (21+) dispensaries around the Seattle area including Ballard, SODO and 85th and Aurora. According to the company’s website, Dockside Cannabis is Washington State’s longest running medically endorsed cannabis shop.

The business currently has a vast variety of options available on their online ordering form, which currently comes with a 10% discount for customers who use this form to place their orders. The online orders can be placed conveniently on the Dockside Cannabis Website https://shop.docksidecannabis.com/shoreline, the 10% discount is on regularly priced items and cannot be stacked with other discounts.

The Dockside Cannabis Seattle dispensary’s online menu is filled with the industry’s most popular products including; flower, pre-rolls, vaper, concentrates, edibles, beverages, tinctures, and topicals, as well as the top cannabis brands and companies like; Lifted Cannabis, Cascadia Gardens, Giant Herbal Shots, Ohlala, Mr. Moxy Mints, and Royal Tree Gardens.

The business has one of the most impressive selections of THC products, however, they are also known for their available supply of CBD products as well, which, are currently gaining in popularity around the pacific northwest as well as the rest of The United States.

In fact, Dockside Cannabis is throwing a CBD education event at their SODO dispensary this Sunday, May 19th from 7-9pm. The business is bringing the top industry experts in for this event, which is a mix between the general public as well as industry folks. Education classes and events are a regular thing in the Dockside Cannabis community and the company encourages its customers and anyone else in the Cannabis trade to attend. Dockside Cannabis has complementary Elevated Education classes on a regular basis as well as cannabis 101 events.

Anyone interested in placing online orders via the company’s website will get the 10% discount and they are encouraged to do so. As far as Dockside’s Elevated Education, more information can be found on the company’s website https://www.docksidecannabis.com/category/elevated-education/

The Shoreline Dispensary is located at 15029 Aurora Ave N, Shoreline, WA 98133 and can be reached at 206-531-0156

Contact Info:
Name: Teri Bauer
Organization: Dockside Cannabis
Address: 15029 Aurora Ave N, Shoreline, Washington 98133, United States
Phone: +1-206-531-0156
Website: https://shop.docksidecannabis.com/shoreline

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 513188

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