Cash-Only Seattle Dispensary In Greenwood Provides No Fee ATM To Customers

Best dispensary in Seattle, Greenwood, takes customer service one step further by offering no-fee ATMs at their Seattle dispensaries.

Seattle, United States - May 18, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Seattle, Washington- Dockside Cannabis, located at 8401 Aurora Ave N is a Washington State Licensed retail store providing cannabis products to Seattle residents as well as visitors of Washington who are 21 years of age or older. The Seattle dispensary which established themselves in 2011 has 4 locations including the 85th and Aurora location as well as Ballard, Shoreline, and SODO. Infact, Dockside Cannabis started as a medical co-op in the Fremont neighborhood of Seattle in 2011 when Washington State was strictly, medical only.

Dockside Cannabis is known for their incredible and impressive menu of products. The Seattle dispensary’s menu offers customers a reliable selection of curated, high-quality products in a comfortable, easy going, and professional setting. The business believes part of what sets themselves a apart from other dispensaries in the area is their commitment to sustainable operations which are demonstrated by exemplary business practices which protect the people of Washington as well as the environment.

In addition to the dispensary’s pledge to conduct business in a sustainable way which pays respect to the culture of cannabis as well as the enviroment, Dockside Cannabis also stands out amongst their competetors by offering a no-fee ATM machine in their location.

Many dispensaries in Washington and around the United States have a strict cash-only policy, due to federal regulations still being an active hinderence in the Cannabis industry. This regulatory can put a damper on a standard trip to the dispensary for most folks who just don’t carry cash on hand these days. Many patrons either forget to stop by their local bank to get cash, or, may not realize the dispensary has a strict cash-only policy, and often have to suffer the consequences of high ATM fees in addition to their own bank fees which are usually charged with cash is withdrawled from a foreign ATM machine.

The Seattle dispensary is excited to offer fee-free ATM’s at their location, and believe costumers shouldn’t have to pay extra fees to be able to purchase their medicinals and cannabis products at Dockside Cannabis. The business says in addition to their tireless efforts to strive for excellent customer service and high-quality marijuana products they are also commited to providing a safe enviroment for recreational marijuana users.

Dockside Cannabis offers classes and education events. Coming up this Sunday, May, 19th, the SODO location will hold thier popular “Elevated Education” event where they will have a round panel discussion and Q&A lead by the directors of Project CBD & The Center for the Study of Cannabis and Social Policy.

Anyone interested in attending the Elevated Education event all about CBD is encouraged to attend, more information can be found at

The team at Dockside Cannabis can be contacted at 206-531-0156

Contact Info:
Name: Teri Bauer
Organization: Dockside Cannabis Express
Address: 8401 Aurora Ave N Suite F, Seattle, Washington 98103, United States

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 514350

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