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Liberty Cannabis Opens Their Medical Dispensary in Philly

Liberty Cannabis Opens Their Medical Dispensary in Philly

Liberty Cannabis celebrated the grand opening of its flagship medical dispensary in Philadelphia, with two additional locations in West Norriton and Bensalem. Elevating the medical cannabis experience with cutting-edge products, knowledgeable “Wellness Guides” and modern, inviting interiors, Liberty sister company Holistic Farms has also opened a 110,000 sq ft facility to supply its dispensaries and serve patients’ needs across the state.


Liberty parent company Holistic Industries — it’s licensed in Pennsylvania as Holistic Farms — started just down
the East Coast, with the first cultivation and processing license in Washington, DC in 2012. Currently operating
medical facilities in five states, the company will have 15 dispensaries and over 500,000 sq ft of commercial
space by the end of 2018 for its groundbreaking cultivation, extraction, production and dispensary operations.

Keith Morgan, Holistic Farms Founding Partner, Dr.Bartolozzi, and Lou Giannotti – Holistic Farms Founding Partner Keith Morgan , “Having lived in Pennsylvania my entire life and knowing many close friends and family members afflicted with conditions eligible for medical marijauna treatment, I am
personally and professionally invested in bringing Liberty’s industry-leading products to my home state.”

Jamie Solley, Lisa Harding and Stephen Miller

“It’s only natural for a company called Liberty to open its doors in a city so defined by a spirit of liberation,” said
Josh Genderson, founder and CEO of Liberty parent Holistic Inustries. “Our goal is to serve medical cannabis
patients in and around Philadelphia with individualized care, innovative products and exceptional experiences.”

Eli Freedman, Laurel Freedman and Rebecca Feldman

Guests included Department of Health representatives, government officials, recommending physicians, local community leaders, members of the press, and nonprofit partners committed to cancer research and support groups.

Matt Hill and Denna Hill

Christine Daly, Charles Daly, Kelly Harris,  CEO of Cancer Support Community Greater Philadelphia (formerly known as Gilda’s Club), and Kathy O’Mara

Tim McGinley, Joe McCusker, Laurel Freedman, and Sam Hollander

Cindy Mellitz and Jared Cohen

In the past members of my family who were receiving chemo or suffered from glaucoma used medical marijuana to alleviate their symptoms. Sometimes it’s the only thing that worked for them. I’m glad to see dispensaries like Liberty coming into existence.

Thanks to Andre Flewellen for photographing the Liberty Cannabis grand opening of its flagship medical dispensary in Philadelphia.
Read more about the company in this recent Philadelphia Inquirer article.