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Harvest is Having Awesome Cannabis Events for the 4th of July

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This article is a special advertorial piece from our friends at Harvest. 

Harvest has July 4th covered with special events in their lounges, and red hot products in their stores. Ember Valley will be offering special flower tastings in the lounge from 12-8pm, along with Kanha infused-gummies. Look for $2 bong rips all day (so much yes) and a special BOGO for $1 deal from Kanha.

Bring an appetite for hot dogs and other all-American munchies! Plus, they’ll have DJ’s spinning tunes at both stores from 6-8pm to keep that ‘Merca vibe bumping. This year, Harvest also has grab and go boxes featuring 4th of July essentials from Papa & Barkley, Henry’s Original, Str8 Organics, Select, and Kiva.

About Harvest

Harvest is San Francisco’s revolutionary cannabis dispensary concept that reshaped the entire industry with a curated, all-natural lineup of cannabis products presented in a comfortable retail setting. All of their products are independently lab-tested and sourced directly from California’s top growers and artisan producers, and frequently available at Harvest long before at any other dispensary. At Harvest you can browse freely with no separation or counter between you and hundreds of innovative products. Their knowledgeable and friendly budtender/consultants are there to help when you need it. Stop by and enjoy a better way to shop for the very best cannabis. Theyserve both medical and adult-use consumers.

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