Imagine if, where you live, there are only three businesses allowed to sell you something.

Only three businesses could sell coffee.

Or cereal.

Or toothpaste.

Being one of those three companies puts you at the top of the food chain.

You are the only game in town.

Today, we’re going to share with you one company that has accomplished just that.

Being only one of three businesses allowed to sell weed in a California town that’s both rich in cannabis culture and overflowing with disposable income…

Straight From Santa Barbara

With its new BEYOND / HELLO dispensary in Santa Barbara, Jushi Holdings Inc. (OTC: JUSHF) is now one of only three licensed cannabis operators in the town.

And Don got to spend all of Wednesday with the Jushi team for their grand opening…

Touring the store, talking to budtenders, and sitting down for one-on-one conversations with several of Jushi’s key leaders – including Vice President of Customer Experience, Blythe Huestis.

A video crew was there to capture the whole thing, and we’ll be sharing that footage with you as soon as it’s ready.

But for now, Don wanted to give you a sneak peek of Jushi’s new California cash cow:

You can be sure that this is just the start for Jushi.

Its stock price is up over 36% since we recommended it to our Cannabis Profits Daily readers last week and up over 110% since July, when our paid-up NICI Membership subscribers first received their buy recommendation.

These triple-digit gains are impressive. But as profits climb along with sales, in part thanks to this key Santa Barbara location, Don expects your JUSHF shares to leap another 15-to-20-times from the current $3.25 price.

That’s what’s so exciting about being a cannabis investor right now…

Many of the best stocks, like Jushi, can still be had for under $10 per share.

Click here to learn how to find another big winner today.

Take care,


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