Opus Consulting helped develop and will help manage the store
Northwest Indiana is now flanked with cannabis dispensaries just across the state lines of Illinois and Michigan.
The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians opened the Rolling Embers marijuana dispensary and consumption lounge last week at 19279 Kinst Road in New Buffalo, Michigan. It’s located on the tribe’s land off Exit 1 from Interstate 94 just across the state line.
A ribbon-cutting took place Friday and a grand opening celebration is planned for Thursday, which just happens to be April 20, or 4/20.
Opus Consulting, a business management firm with extensive experience in the cannabis industry, helped develop and will help manage the 21+ retail store in Harbor Country.
“At the request of many of our citizens, the Pokagon Band has evaluated business opportunities within the burgeoning cannabis industry for several years and we are very pleased to have partnered with Opus Consulting to enter the market and establish Rolling Embers,” Pokagon Band Tribal Council Treasurer and Pokagon Development Authority Chairman Alex Wesaw said. “With its mix of products, innovative concept, amenities and great location near Lake Michigan in scenic New Buffalo, Rolling Embers offers a retail cannabis experience that is truly unique in the state of Michigan. We look forward to welcoming the public to experience what Rolling Embers has to offer.”
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