Online CNMI cannabis hub to be launched soon

Posted on Nov 19 2021

A website that will showcase the CNMI’s growing cannabis industry and the CNMI’s cannabis strains, allow customers to make online cannabis order reservations, and be the first in the CNMI to give customers the latest information on daily deals at CNMI dispensaries will soon be launched.

The website, RealGoodys, is currently partnered with CanaMarianas, The Health Co., and Saipan Select, with many more future partnerships in the works.

In an email to Saipan Tribune yesterday, RealGoodys said the goal for the website is to meet the CNMI community’s cannabis needs, be a way for overseas visitors to place order reservations before arriving in the CNMI, and minimize face-to-face interactions for safety reasons during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“RealGoodys is a place for the people to know where to go, [and to know] which dispensary has whichever strains [they] want. We created this online platform to help the CNMI community with their cannabis needs, be it either for health reasons or for recreational purposes,” said the RealGoodys email.

“We wanted a place for people to go online, not waste gas [traveling and visiting multiple dispensaries], and [minimize] further interaction with other people due to the rise of COVID-19. …This is also the perfect way for overseas visitors to place their order reservations while on the way to the CNMI, and visiting our shores to enjoy some R&R, the cannabis way, to ensure that stock items won’t be sold out when they arrive,” it added.

RealGoodys said Thursday that after signing up on the website, RealGoodys customers will be able to place online order reservations for strains. A dispensary that has the strains in stock will be notified of the order and will reserve the product for customer pickup.

“Our platform’s [purpose] is to inform our visitors, and we hope that we do that with all our participating dispensary partners. We are also excited for the future, [and] there is much exciting news that we can’t wait to share with everyone,” the RealGoodys email adds.

RealGoodys stakeholders Daniel R. Miller II and Valentina Rivera will soon be sharing further details about RealGoodys next week.

Joshua Santos | Reporter
Joshua Santos is a Mount Carmel School AlumKnight and University of Florida Gator Grad with a passion for writing. He is one of Saipan Tribune’s newest reporters. Josh enjoys golf, chess, and playing video games with friends in his spare time. Reach out to him @rarebasedjosh on all socials.
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