Trulieve to open first Seminole County dispensary in Longwood this week

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Trulieve is set to open a new location in Longwood on Thursday, announcing the grand opening of a new dispensary on State Road-434.

This is the 56th dispensary of the juggernaut "seed-to-sale" cannabis company in Florida, and the first in nearby Seminole County.



"Opening our first Trulieve location in Seminole County allows us to better connect with our Trulievers and deliver the customer experience and quality products they have come to rely on," said Trulieve CEO Kim Rivers in a press release.

Trulieve opens their Longwood dispensary 820 W. State Road-434 at 9 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 20.




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