Lucky’s Cannabis Co. has found a home in Muskegon Township and is open for business with a soft opening and ribbon cutting on Friday, November 11. The store will open at 9 AM for business, and the ribbon cutting is set for 3:30 PM. The public is invited to join.
The store which sells recreational cannabis is located at 1446 Holton Road in a newly renovated 3 bedroom two-story brick house built in 1947. The inside has been redesigned with a comfortable, warm reception area, sales floor, merch area and custom hand-painted murals. The remainder of the facility is used for storage and office space with the outdoor grounds set for upcoming community events. “It’s an interesting space and much different than how other stores are configured,” said Marc Robert, president of Lucky’s. “It was a challenge to make this space wheelchair accessible, functional and inviting,” said Robert, “We think we nailed it.”
Lucky’s Muskegon is the second store the company has opened—the other store is located in Big Rapids.
As part of the opening celebration and in honor of Veteran’s Day, Lucky’s invites customers to make a cash donation to the Muskegon County Veteran’s Center. “The donations will support the food pantry there,” said Robert. “For decades, veterans have advocated for cannabis legalization here in Michigan and on the federal level. Their first-hand knowledge of the healing properties of cannabis for pain and PTSD has helped sway how the public views cannabis.”
Those who donate will receive a free premium pre-roll. “Supporting our veterans and community at large is an integral part of Lucky’s ethos, and this is just one of many ways we plan to continue this mission, “ said Raahul Reddy, co-owner & principal.
Lucky’s is open daily from 9 AM to 9 PM and features a wide range of cannabis products, focusing on flower made by craft growers from across Michigan. For the soft opening, the store has several cannabis vendors on site from 4-7 PM—they include Traverse City Grow, Jeeter, True North, Golden Shores, and UpLiftn’.
We’re planning a bigger grand opening event in the spring.