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Chalice Farms to Celebrate 4/20 with New Public Art, Product Launch, Giveaways and More

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Oregon dispensary brand, Chalice Farms, will celebrate cannabis industry holiday, 4/20, by unveiling a new product, plus a variety of specials and giveaways at its seven locations on Tuesday, April 20.

The popular dispensary commissioned artist James Reka to create digital art files exclusive to Chalice Farms to be displayed at all locations starting on 4/20, bringing vibrancy to the city with street art. The art will use Reka’s abstract colors and shapes combined with imagery inspired by Chalice Farms and its commitment to the community, and will be displayed at all locations with window vinyls and displays. Chalice Farms will offer limited-edition merchandise with the art available for sale beginning on 4/20. 

Chalice Farms will welcome the first 20 customers at each of its dispensary locations with a complimentary, limited-edition 420 t-shirt. The company will also debut its latest product on 4/20, the Drip Stick, a pre-roll created with premium Bald Peak flower, including one gram of flower and .33-grams of live resin concentrate. Crystals on the exterior of the pre-roll are painted with oil, causing the product to drip when smoked.

Chalice Farms will host photobooths at select locations and offer additional promotions including:

  • Up to 50% off in-house brands including Chalice Chews, Elysium Fields, RXO and more 
  • 50% off Meraki flower
  • 50% off Chalice Chews and Chalice Blasts 
  • $10 off PAX Pods
  • 50% off Wyld edibles
  • 40% off Phoenix Rising flower
  • 30% off OreKron flower 
  • 30% off Grasse pre-rolls

Leading up to 4/20, customers will have a chance to win giveaway items from various sponsors. The company will also sell cannabis hardware and accessories, including bongs, dab rigs, blunt tips and more, made by local artists in the Portland area. All proceeds from these cannabis hardware sales will go directly to artists. In addition, the company will feature pop-up “selfie stations” for customers to enjoy at four locations: 13315 NE Airport Way, 16735 SW Pacific Hwy., 15252 OR-224 and 5333 SE Powell Blvd.

“Oregon is the center of the cannabis universe,” said Jeff Yapp, CEO of Golden Leaf Holdings, which operates Chalice Farms. “Oregon was the first state to decriminalize cannabis in 1973 and offers arguably the best growing conditions in the country, with representation from Senator Wyden and Representative Blumenauer. Oregon is well-positioned to influence federal policy on the road to legalization, and we look forward to continuing to normalize this industry and welcoming 420 as it becomes a more mainstream celebration.”

Reka is a young contemporary artist based in Berlin, Germany. Surrealist, abstracted creatures emerge from the depths of Reka’s mind, communicating through strong lines, dynamic movement and bold colors. With influences in pop culture, cartoons and illustration, Reka’s style has become known for its fusion of high and low art. 

Chalice Farms encourages customers to take advantage of its online ordering platform, plus delivery and express pick-up offerings. While shopping in stores is still permitted, the number of customers in each retail location is being limited as an additional precaution and as a measure of social distancing. The company’s online ordering platform allows customers to reserve products, select options for pick-up in store, have products delivered or utilize curbside pick-up. 

Chalice Farms offers complimentary delivery services for orders of $60 or more, available daily beginning at noon. Deliveries are collected and distributed on an hourly basis, with an estimated wait time of 30 to 90 minutes. Customers interested in submitting online orders for delivery can place orders and find more information here: https://www.chalicefarms.com/delivery.

Chalice Farms advocates for cannabis accessibility with an emphasis on health and wellness benefits. Offered at its seven locations are more than 25 strains of cannabis, as well as a variety of concentrates, edibles, topicals and related products. The award-winning dispensary is led by a team of experienced operators and is known for its curated product selection, high-quality vendors and innovative sustainability efforts. 

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