HANNAHVILLE — The Fire Station Cannabis Co. will open its fifth location in Hannahville this summer. The store will be located next to the Island Oasis.
“We’re incredibly excited to be serving the Hannahville Indian Community, Escanaba, Menominee County and the visitors to the area,” said Stosh Wasik, co-owner of The Fire Station, in a news release. “It’s a very exciting location for us because of the tourism draw and the overall economic impact potential for the entire Upper Peninsula.”
Marketing Director Jeremy Johnson said cannabis tourism is a growing trend across the U.S. and the Upper Peninsula is “uniquely positioned” to be a leader in the Midwest region.
The U.P. shares more than 200 miles of border with Wisconsin and the new Fire Station location will be the closest destination location for many Wisconsin residents, the Fire Station said. The Upper Peninsula is seeing a growing trend of tourism for its natural beauty, as well as cannabis, according to the release.
“We’re an experience-oriented company, and our new location next to the Island Oasis offers an experience unlike any other. It’s one of the most unique travel destinations for individuals coming to the U.P.,” said Logan Stauber, co-owner of The Fire Station, in a news release.
The Fire Station is currently building two additional retail locations in Houghton and Sault Ste. Marie, both of which are scheduled to open in late spring.
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