Jamie Warm worked at California’s first cannabis dispensary while attending college in Santa Barbara, sparking a career that’s positioned him to take entrepreneurial advantage of the state’s newly legal commercial marijuana market – the nation’s largest.
“The cannabis industry has been my only source of income for my entire adult life. It got me through college. I opened a dispensary after college,” says Warm, 33, who later sold his dispensary, purchased a cannabis farm and eventually co-founded Henry’s Original, a boutique cannabis cultivator and distributor.
While parent company Heritage Holdings of California has been in business serving the medical marijuana market since 2015, Warm launched the Henry’s Original brand last year as the state prepared to legalize marijuana for adult recreational use on New Year’s Day 2018.
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