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Building a business The proposed dispensary isnt a fly-by-night operation, Turse assures. He and his partner have spent significant money preparing the application, as well as designs for using space that housed the vape shop and a neighboring storefront. The partnership hired a legal team from Harrisburg, a lobbyist, as well as consultants from the Colorado-based American Cannabis Co. Turse describes the latter as founders of the medical marijuana industry. All three have assisted in completing Thera Greens application, he said. I think weve brought on the best team we possibly could, he said. These are the guys who know best about this industry. The consulting firm will set up the physical dispensary, hold a job fair and handle all background checks and hirings, and work hand-in-hand with a surveillance company installing camera and alarm systems, he said. He described the application process as extremely tedious. A board of directors has been assembled and consists of a local attorney, a CEO of a security company and a pediatrician who will serve as medical adviser, Turse said. Turse said hes been in talks with a retired police officer for operating and maintaining security systems. The head of security will also be responsible for transporting product to the dispensary, he said. A posting on Thera Greens social media page said the partnership is looking to fill several positions, including a certified pharmacist, nurse practitioner, a physicians assistant or retired or part-time physician.
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