Savagethc Moves Location

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North of Deer Park is the home of Stevens County’s first recreational and medicinal marijuana dispensary, Savagethc. Open since August 2014, it has cases filled with the best cultivators and processors that Washington State has to offer. From CBD topicals to top percentages of THC flower, this locally owned and operated business is the ‘gettin spot’.

Entering the shop, they strive for customers to feel as if they are friends & family. The vibe is meant to resemble the living room of your closest friend’s house.

Not like other dispensaries, Savagethc is unique because of their bank-teller or pharmacy style window. In January, they were featured in an issue of DOPE Magazine: “has the most secure back room.” “Makes banks in town seem inferior.”

Savagethc offers product for everyone, whether it’s higher CBD for those who don’t want THC, or just the opposite. They provide everything from high quality Dabs to budget bud. This shop has an educated staff, and a medical consultant as well. They carry a variety of smokables, edibles, and fine American made glass.

Recently, Savagethc changed locations and was closed for a handful of days. They had to conclude a series of inspections from not only the WLCB, but the county as well. They started with an empty pole  barn with half dirt floor, and have since changed it into a beautiful state of the art dispensary; again. Savagethc would not have been able to pull it off without Your patronage. Returning customers make it possible to continue to do business, so without You, Savagethc would not exist.

“We appreciate you all, and hope to see more new faces. Our new location is 4426 B Williams Valley Rd. Open 10-7 daily. Come visit us at the new shop!” Savagethc.

This is a sponsored article and does not necessarily reflect the position of the Deer Park Gazette or its staff.

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