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Leafly visits with budtenders at Stash Pot Shop in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle, WA to learn more about some of their most popular products.
Stash Pot Shop is committed towards advancing cannabis into a new era of culture and normalized use. Their diverse, talented staff represents an assortment of different backgrounds and cultures that intersect within the cannabis community. With a heavy focus on education and community outreach in all aspects of their business, Stash prides itself on the growth of this highly localized industry.
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