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Medical marijuana dispensary to open in St. Peters Wednesday, offer tacos for Cinco de Mayo

Medical marijuana dispensary to open in St. Peters Wednesday, offer tacos for Cinco de Mayo


More government-sanctioned medical marijuana is coming to St. Charles County on Wednesday. 

Ann Arbor, Michigan-based C3 Industries is set to open its first Missouri location, High Profile St. Charles, at 1416 Harvestowne Industrial Dr. in St. Peters.

All Wednesday purchases will be 20% off and there will be a taco truck on the premises for Cinco de Mayo, according to a news release.

The High Profile store is one of 12 dispensaries licensed in St. Charles County under a state system that limits the total number of dispensaries to 192 statewide. At least two other dispensaries have already opened in the county and state records show nine had been cleared to open as of April 28.

Hours will be 10 a.m.-9 p.m. seven days a week.

C3 opened its first Missouri store in Columbia Monday. It also runs several stores in Michigan and Oregon.

C3’s in-state partner QPS Holdings LLC also holds state licenses to start dispensaries in St. Louis, Cape Girardeau and St. Robert, which is near Fort Leonard Wood, according to state records.

The entity was tied with six others for the most dispensary licenses under its control as of April 28.

The business also holds the rights to manufacture cannabis-infused products at 1630 Macklind St. in St. Louis.

Editor's Note: A previous version of this story relied on inaccurate state data that said the dispensary was in St. Charles. It is in St. Peters. That version also related inaccurate information from a news release that said the company's Columbia store opened Wednesday. It opened Monday.

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