Cresco Labs announces approval for 10th Illinois dispensary in Naperville

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Daily Herald staff report
Updated 9/22/2020 8:33 AM

Cresco Labs, one of the largest vertically integrated multistate cannabis operators in the United States, announced the approval and the location of its tenth Illinois dispensary in Naperville. The adult-use dispensary is located in one of the busiest shopping areas in Naperville, the 3rd largest city in Illinois with approximately 150,000 residents.

"We have been consistent in choosing locations for our dispensaries in Illinois, focusing on high traffic areas in traditional retail environments. Sunnyside* Schaumburg, which is adjacent to Illinois' busiest mall and our new Naperville dispensary, which shares a block with Costco, Walmart, and Starbucks, are great examples of this strategy," said Charlie Bachtell, Cresco Labs' CEO and Co-founder. "Our approach of meeting the consumer where they are and providing a normalized cannabis shopping experience is allowing our dispensaries in Illinois and all Sunnyside stores nationwide to outperform industry averages."

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

Upon final approval from the state of Illinois for the Naperville location, Cresco will operate the maximum allowed ten dispensaries in Illinois. Cresco's dispensaries are located in some of Illinois' biggest cities, busiest shopping areas and most strategic locations to introduce new customers to normalized and professionalized cannabis and take an outsized share of the Illinois market. Total Illinois cannabis retail sales were $95 million in August 1 while total sales through the first eight months of 2020 were $600 million 2 in the state.

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