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Cloud Cannabis marijuana dispensary is open in Muskegon 

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Cloud Cannabis in Muskegon Township opened for business earlier this month for medical and recreational customers.

The company plans to donate 5% of all profits to local charities and will hire 80% of their employees from the area.



"Our main focus is to bring jobs and give back to Muskegon," Cloud Cannabis's John McLeod tells Metro Times.

For now, the store is only open for online ordering for curbside or delivery, but spokesman Mike Berro says customers can expect a high-tech shopping experience when the store opens for in-person customers.

It's the first Cloud Cannabis store to open, with another planned for Ann Arbor within the next two months. Berro says more are planned across Michigan.

Cloud Cannabis is located at 2190 Whitehall Rd., Muskegon; cloudcannabis.com.

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