STUDY: CANNABIS CUSTOMERS VISIT DISPENSARIES ROUGHLY ONCE A WEEK, PREFER WEEKDAYS

According to recently released Zenreach Walk-Thru data, 60% of cannabis dispensary customers, on average, are first-time visitors. Only 40% are return customers. read more

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