Agate Dreams introduces online cannabis ordering and pickup service

The Suquamish cannabis retailer became the first in North Kitsap to offer such a service

Agate Dreams recently became the first retailer in North Kitsap to offer an online cannabis ordering and pickup service.

“We offer a wide variety of products, including exclusive products you cannot get anywhere else,” a press release from the purveyor of pot reads. “Just fill your order online using our easy-to-use menu and we’ll have your products waiting for you to pick up at your own convenience.”

Located on the Port Madison Indian Reservation, Agate Dreams is a retail cannabis shop operated by the Suquamish Evergreen Corporation, a subsidiary of the Suquamish Tribe’s Port Madison Enterprises.

Order online at agatedreams.com/online-orders/ and pick up at the store just off of State Route 305, east of Poulsbo.

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