Greetings and Celebrations, Friends!
We are thrilled to announce Theorem is celebrating four years of cannabis in Kenmore, on Friday, June 14th. Navigating Washington’s recreational market has been a wild ride! We’ve shared some fantastic experiences and want to thank our customers, and community for the support. We couldn’t have done it without you!
It's that time of year again friends - the annual cannabis celebration known as Theorem’s 420 sale! We have great pre-party specials in Kenmore, on sale right now. Theorem has even more deals rolling out 4/18 - 4/21/2019! Shop early to get these deals while supplies last. Stop by on 4/20 and join us for some cannabis festivities: meet the brands, enjoy food and join in some creative fun. Cast and crew at Theorem Cannabis wish you an excellent high holiday filled with joy. Share the love with some great 4-20 deals!
Happy Halloween from your friends at Theorem Cannabis! We're ready for this frightful season. Amidst all these scares, the best part is seeing your great costumes in the shop, and around Kenmore. Show off your Halloween costume! Visit the store in your Halloween garb and receive 20% off your purchase, thru 10/31/18.
Don't dress up? Just in it for the treats? Pick yourself a spooky strain to kick back and enjoy the spectacle of Halloween spirit.
Calling all dog lovers and bleeding hearts in Kenmore, and beyond! Have we got a cuddle opportunity for you! Our kind friends at Ginger's Pet Rescue are visiting Theorem Cannabis the weekend of June 23rd and 24th, for a pet adoption event. There will be a wide variety of dogs available, young and old, small and large. Ginger's Pet Rescue has saved over 10,000 dogs from death row, since 2006. Please help these dogs find homes!
Theorem welcomes neighbors from Northshore Senior Center to an educational community event. The topic was seniors and cannabis. The lessons covered more than just defining product types, accessories and consumption tips.
Theorem Cannabis is passionate about sharing the ways herb can soothe. Considering each individual's unique threshold, care regimen, and experience are also a key part of the cannabis conversation. Attendees were enthusiastic with questions; but cautious with concerns around consumption levels and impacts on their prescribed regimens. This further demonstrates the public's need for cannabis consultations when developing a multi-faceted care plan. We are proud to operate in a legal state looking to solve access issues for the public welfare.
Bothell Kenmore Reporter covered the educational event, and we appreciate the media support highlighting this topic in our community. Theorem would love to hear additional educational events you would like to see in our community. Share your ideas in the comments below.
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