- Ohio Cannabis Company on County Road 621 is celebrating its second anniversary this month, opening in March 2019.The medical marijuana dispensary has generated more than $500,000 in sales tax in two years.They have seen more than 5,000 patients in two years with many coming from major cities like Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati.The owners are looking to apply for more licenses as Ohio is looking increase the number of dispensaries.
COSHOCTON – A startup business in a new industry producing more than $500,000 of sales taxes as an economic boost is rare, but it’s what Ohio Cannabis Company has done since opening two years ago.
The medical marijuana dispensary has been termed a destination dispensary by the industry because of the number of people who come from outside the area to purchase products aimed at managing pain for a variety of ailments. This has included major cities like Columbus, Cleveland and Cincinnati. More than 5,000 different patients have come into Ohio Cannabis in two years. There are about 200,000 people in Ohio registered with medical marijuana cards.
Co-owner Cindy Bradford said they have brochures in the lobby and employees often field questions about local attractions such as the Three Rivers Wine Trail and Roscoe Village. She said