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Denver dispensary donates more than $15,000 to hurricane relief

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COLORADO - The Native Roots Dispensary in Denver has donated more than $15,000 to hurricane relief for those affected by Harvey, Irma and Maria. 

According to a media release as the largest U.S. dispensary the organization designated a "5% Donation Day," where the percentage of revenue from all 19 of its retail locations across Colorado donated. 

The company says they also matched funds from personal staff donations including retail and grow-house teams to expand the overall monetary gift, they also organized a supplies collection drive at all facilities.

“Community is a core value at Native Roots and we take that very seriously,” said Ryan Brown, Native Roots CEO. “We are committed as individuals and as an organization to support those in need with words and actions.” 

The company says this is their first time joining a national fundraising effort mobilizing staff and corporate donations.

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