Liberty Health Sciences‘ latest dispensary to open is in Dania Beach, Florida, the first dispensary to open in Broward County.

The company announced its facility in Dania Beach will be open for business on Feb. 19, 2019, allowing them to serve more than 1.9 million people in the area. The facility is located on US1, a historic highway that is a high-traffic area, ensuring more people can get to the facility and receive timely service.

The Dania Beach facility is open seven days a week, and it is set up to provide customers with an aesthetically pleasing experience that features innovative displays. The ultimate goal of each new facility constructed is to provide necessary product along with a satisfactory experience while purchasing said product. The Broward County location is one of three locations in Florida slated to open by the end of February, giving Liberty Health Sciences a total of 12 dispensaries in the state.

Meanwhile, a grand opening will also be held Feb. 19 for the company’s North Miami dispensary, recognized as the ninth dispensary the company opened in Florida as the dispensary opened its doors on Feb. 13. This facility is the second opened by Liberty Health in Miami, and it is situated so as to also serve citizens of Edgewater, Little River, and Miami Shores.

The second Miami location is located on Biscayne Boulevard. During the grand opening, visitors can enjoy giveaways, food trucks, music, demonstrations on how to cook using cannabis, and also discounts on products.

Liberty Health Sciences has a goal of providing a “high quality cannabis experience” for all of its customers. Currently, Liberty Health operates 60,000 square feet of cultivation space between the original property located in Alachua and the Liberty 360 Innovation Campus. The potential for cultivation is also set to expand greatly in coming months, as an additional 80,000 square feet of cultivation space is currently under construction at the Liberty Campus, expected to reach completion in March. Meanwhile, by summer the company plans to have access to an additional 80,000 square feet of property for cultivation.

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