If you happen to be driving east-bound on E. Trent Avenue and happen to look left a little after crossing the Spokane river, you might just happen to see the rather instantly recognizable site of a wacky-waving-inflatable-arm-flailing-tube-man that happens to have bold letters spelling “MARIJUANA” down the front. This is your que—you’ve reached the TreeHouse Club. It is hard to imagine how the atmosphere of the shop could get any better after hearing that co-owner Steve Burks and his step-father renovated the entire building by hand using reclaimed 100-year-old barn wood and hand carved statues made by a family friend.
A Budtender That Won’t Disappoint
The THC has spent virtually no resources on advertising, so their popularity can be traced almost exclusively to word of mouth and, given their exceptional staff, it’s not hard to see why. All eleven employees hold a Washington State Department of Health “Medical Marijuana Consultant Certification” so there is no need for customers to wait for the “right employee” to be on shift. Moreover, the diversity of personalities among the budtenders ensures that, no matter your character preferences, there is a budtender there that you can trust. With full benefits, an upbeat work environment and one of the lowest turnaround rates in the industry, you’re guaranteed excellent customer service and a happy crew.
With over 20 farms on their standard menu, 10–15 farms on a “rotating tap,” concentrates, edibles and THC’s “joint point” (the corner of the display case that features a large selection of pre-rolls), it might be hard to turn around and look at the TreeHouse Club’s variety of glass pieces. But you will be glad you did—there is a lot of glass to choose from. A lot. More than I have seen in any I-502 store and, best of all, quite a bit of it comes from local artists. This makes the THC truly a one-stop-shop for a cannabis enthusiast.
“All eleven employees hold a Washington State Department of Health “Medical Marijuana Consultant Certification” so that there is no need for customers to wait for the right employee to come to work.”