Liberty Health Sciences (CNQ: LHS) continues its mission to be a leading cannabis company in Florida, a mission that it is conducting well. The company already had 15 dispensaries across the Sunshine State after it announced its latest in Palm Beach County last week, but just added another to the mix. The latest is located in Florida’s capital city, Tallahassee.
Tallahassee is the seventh-largest city in Florida and the largest closest to the Florida Panhandle and the state’s “Big Bend” region. The dispensary is located on W. Tennessee St. and – most likely not by coincidence – is located near Florida State University.
While many of the dispensaries have been opened in South Florida – Miami, North Miami, Boca Raton and Dania Beach, for example, this will be Liberty Health’s first store in Leon County. The company also has dispensaries in Port St. Lucie, Gainesville, St. Petersburg, Tamp, Merritt Island and others.
According to a statement by Liberty Health interim CEO Victor Mancebo, “On behalf of the entire Liberty team, it is truly an honor and a privilege to establish a dispensary in the state’s capital. As we continue to expand our Florida footprint, we are proud to provide patients access to our beautiful, modern, and educationally equipped dispensaries. We are also excited to continue to witness Liberty’s growth and achievements in such a short time span, while at the same time executing on our solid growth strategy. Every day we strive to be the best at what we do and provide our patients with the best care and products on the market today.”
Only a week ago, Liberty Health announced its 15th dispensary, located in Boca Raton, the second-largest city in the Palm Beach area with a population of 100,000. Tallahassee beats Boca Raton, though, with a reported population of 191,049.