Within Denver’s West Highland neighborhood is a dispensary with quite a reputation in Colorado: The Clinic.
Built in 2011, The Clinic Highlands was the third of The Clinic’s six locations. That kind of growth speaks volumes about their ability to provide excellent service and exquisite products. While the neighborhood’s residents can walk to the store just off Lowell Boulevard, it manages to draw in people from all over the city because of its selection and knowledgeable employees.
Growing their own product gives them the control needed to deliver the most pristine quality. Sunni, The Clinic’s manager, told us that they have an extensive edible review program, which enables them to ensure the quality of the edibles that they sell to the public. That’s the type of commitment that earns awards, of which The Clinic boasts many.
The Clinic has received awards recognizing various strains exclusive to their own repertoire, and that includes flower as well as concentrate. The Stardawg Guava won a High Times Medical Cannabis Cup in 2012 and has received excellent feedback among the cannabis community for several years now. Likewise, their Kosher Kush Live Resin Batter won a High Times U.S. Cannabis Cup in 2015 in the concentrate category.
Perhaps the most notable of awards are the ones that symbolize The Clinic’s devotion to charity. In 2014, The Clinic earned recognition for their contributions to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. As part of the annual fundraiser for the Colorado Multiple Sclerosis Society, The Clinic hosts the Charity Classic golf tournament every August, and they just completed their sixth annual tournament.
Take demonstrated loyalty to both customers and cause, add a fair pricing structure and a rewards program that recognizes loyal customers, and you’ve got an innovative dispensary that will be around forever.