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Largest dispensary on the planet planned for Las Vegas

Largest dispensary on the planet planned for Las Vegas

Posted: Jul 19, 2018 5:30 PM PDTUpdated: Jul 19, 2018 6:33 PM PDT

Largest dispensary on the planet planned for Las Vegas
Posted: Jul 19, 2018 5:30 PM PDT
Updated: Jul 19, 2018 6:33 PM PDT
Written by Kathleen JacobCONNECT

Plans were revealed for the largest marijuana dispensary in the world Thursday. (FOX5)
LAS VEGAS (FOX5) –
Plans were revealed for the largest marijuana dispensary in the world Thursday. Planet 13 will be located off Desert Inn and open in Nov..

The 112,000 square foot warehouse will be transformed into an interactive dispensary playground.

“We’re still trying to out Vegas Vegas,” co-CEO Larry Scheffler said. He said he wants the dispensary to be more than just shopping for marijuana.

“We’ve invested $1,000,000 into special effects. Everything from floating orbs from Germany that we brought over, to interactive floors like giant iPads that are 10 feet by 16 feet, to laser graffiti that is outside that the customers can interact with,” Scheffler said.

Phase one will be 40 thousand square feet and feature technology that’s basically an hour long show between featuring floating orbs and 3D mapping.

Plans were revealed for the largest marijuana dispensary in the world Thursday. (FOX5)
Plans were revealed for the largest marijuana dispensary in the world Thursday. (FOX5)

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) –Plans were revealed for the largest marijuana dispensary in the world Thursday. Planet 13 will be located off Desert Inn and open in Nov..

The 112,000 square foot warehouse will be transformed into an interactive dispensary playground.

“We’re still trying to out Vegas Vegas,” co-CEO Larry Scheffler said. He said he wants the dispensary to be more than just shopping for marijuana.

“We’ve invested $1,000,000 into special effects. Everything from floating orbs from Germany that we brought over, to interactive floors like giant iPads that are 10 feet by 16 feet, to laser graffiti that is outside that the customers can interact with,” Scheffler said.

Phase one will be 40 thousand square feet and feature technology that’s basically an hour long show between featuring floating orbs and 3D mapping.

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