PREMIER THC/CBD RETAIL STORE LOCATED AT 7011 CANOGA AVE, LOS ANGELES, CA 91303
GROUNDBREAKING RAPPER/ENTREPRENEUR’S MULTI-MILLION-DOLLAR CANNABIS BUSINESS
HERALDED WITH FEATURE-LENGTH DOCUMENTARY, THE MARATHON (CULTIVATION),
Nipsey Hussle’s extraordinary legacy continues with the long-awaited grand opening of The Marathon (Collective), a premier THC and CBD retail store at 7011 Canoga Ave. Los Angeles, CA 91303. The first official Marathon (Collective) flagship dispensary is open for business daily from 10:00 am to 10:00 pm.
“This is something we always spoke about,” says Hussle’s brother, Samiel “Blacc Sam” Asghedom. “Nipsey, Fatts, Adam, and I had a goal to get a legitimate licensed store and have our brand in other stores across the state. We’re so honored to be able to fulfill the dream.”
Blacc Sam sat down with CBS Los Angeles’ Pat Harvey for an exclusive interview ahead of the grand opening HERE.
The Marathon (Collective) celebration got underway last month with the premiere of The Marathon (Cultivation), a feature-length documentary exploring the life of the late, great rapper/entrepreneur and the challenges he and his business team faced as they grew a multi-million-dollar cannabis business. The film – which had its debut earlier this week with an exclusive rooftop screening at Los Angeles, CA’s new The Marathon Clothing store No. 2 – is streaming now via YouTube HERE.
The Marathon (Cultivation) focuses on the creation of Hussle’s acclaimed Marathon OG strain, produced by The Cure Company and hailed by High Times as “a favorite among long-time smokers that enjoy a heavy-hitting Indica.” The film – which features cameos from friends like Snoop Dogg – follows the brothers as they open their first dispensary, located down the street from The Marathon Store, and where they developed Marathon OG, a strain specifically chosen by Nipsey because it was a “pure OG.” Highlights of the film include Nipsey giving a walk-through of the Marathon OG grow room.
The premiere of The Marathon (Cultivation) was met by high-profile media attention including High Times, REVOLT, AFRO TECH, and more. “You can almost smell the screen,” wrote High Times. “The audience was left inspired by Nipsey Hussle’s words from the song ‘Perfect Ten’ – That’s why I call my thing The Marathon (Yeah)/Because I, I’m not gon’ lie and portray, um, this ultimate poise/Like I been, had it figured out/Nah, I just didn’t quit.”
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