Mainstream America must be getting very comfortable with medical marijuana.
Group offer sites, the most notable being Groupon and Living Social, are getting into the weed game by offering medical marijuana cards. This week, Living Social offered medical marijuana cards through Leafwell in the state of Massachusetts. We are not sure what to make of it in regard to the whole industry.
Blink reaction was that this can’t be good, right? Millions of “not very screened” people getting offers for medical marijuana cards can’t be good, right? Or is it really, really, good? A sign of mainstream acceptance, of maybe not recreational cannabis for all, but at least medical marijuana for all, if actually needed in some way.
So confusing, but for now we are going thumbs up, as mainstream coupon and deal sites hawking half-off MMJ cards must be good, as those sites only want deals that will make money and be popular. Using that theory backwards, MMJ cards must be in demand, make money for the deal site as well as Leafwell, and mainstream America must be getting very comfortable with medical marijuana.
Groupon is a Chicago based company connecting subscribers with local merchants by offering activities, travel, goods and services in 13 countries. served more than 500 cities worldwide, nearly 48.1 million active customers and featured more than 425,000 active deals globally in 48 countries.
LivingSocial is an online marketplace that allows its registered users to buy and share things to do in their city. Formerly headquartered in Washington, D.C., it has been purchased by Groupon.
Now if they can just list Blue-Dream pre-rolls….