Founded in 2013 by Western graduates eager to make a difference, Trove cannabis has always strived to provide three things: A great place to work, an exceptional selection of quality products and legendary customer service.
When Trove was awarded a marijuana retail license in 2014, we quickly moved to be the first retailer in WA state to construct something from the ground up. As the first project to adopt the City of Bellingham’s Samish Way Urban Village Development vision on Samish Way, we’re very proud to be able to offer the community a transformation of what was once a vacant run-down lot into a beautifully landscaped center that features a high-quality building with modern architectural designs, abundant parking, and street improvements. We believe our store is one of a kind in that we have the widest selection of any store in Bellingham. Each and every one of our products are displayed alongside with key information that’s tailored to help make your shopping experience as easy and fun as possible.
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We’re proud to be living here in the PNW, hiking the mountains, paddling the bays and celebrating the end of prohibition. Not only do we want to provide the best service to our customers, we also want to give them the most up to date information on cannabis that we can. That’s why we are constantly educating ourselves on new strains, products and cannabis research. Our goal is to provide great service to our recreational and medical customers and have fun doing it!
Trove provides a company retirement plan, paid vacation and health insurance to employees. If you are interested in applying at Trove, don’t hesitate to email us at email@example.com or swing by the store to drop off a resume and cover letter!
We take pride in supporting our small, local cannabis farms and work hard to bring our community a wide selection of high quality products at affordable prices. We also partner with local charities, participate in school projects and internships with Western students and make it priority to develop partnerships with vendors who create local jobs.
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