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published on May 3, 2018 - 3:12 PM
Written by Gabriel Dillard
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Valley Pure, the Central Valley’s first recreational cannabis shop, has officially opened its doors in the Tulare County town of Woodlake.

Located at 132 Valencia Blvd., Valley Pure is owned by United Property Interests Corp., which lists Bruce Kopitar of Woodlake as its CEO, according to state business records. Kopitar is also the CEO of telecommunications service provider US Tower in Woodlake.

United Property Interests Corp. also owns another marijuana dispensary called Central Coast Wellness Center in Ben Lomond in Santa Cruz County.

Woodlake is one of a handful of Valley cities that opened the door for recreational cannabis production operations as well as dispensaries. A second Woodlake pot shop is expected to open this summer, reported the Visalia Times Delta.

In the first three days of being open, Valley Pure has had about 200 customers, reported the Times Delta.


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