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Metro Detroit-based cannabis company promises deliveries in an hour or less


3Fifteen Cannabis has launched a new delivery service. - 3FIFTEEN CANNABIS
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  • 3Fifteen Cannabis has launched a new delivery service.

Detroit-based 3Fifteen Cannabis has expanded its delivery area throughout the metro area.

The company launched its own delivery service that now covers much of Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb counties.

The service launched on Monday, March 15 with a promotion for 31.5% discounts that day only as a play off of its name. 3Fifteen also launched a Club315 loyalty program.

The company says it will employee between 12 and 20 drivers who will make deliveries from 9 a.m.-8 p.m. seven days a week from its Hamtramck distribution center.

"We are proud to bring exceptional service and a wide selection of fresh, premium, adult-use cannabis products to the entire Detroit market," Thomas Nafso, President and General Counsel of 3Fifteen, said in a statement. "We want our Detroit customers to be able to get the recreational products they want in the most convenient way possible, and nothing is more convenient than delivery direct to their door. We know people might have some reservations about having cannabis delivered to their home, so we’ve ensured that our service is discreet, safe and easy to order online."

The company forged a partnership with delivery service Lantern in metro Detroit last year. A company spokesman tells Metro Times that the partnership remains in place and that 3Fifteen's new service expands coverage in metro Detroit.

You can see where 3Fifteen delivers in metro Detroit by viewing its coverage map.

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