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Michigan Supply and Provisions | Ann Arbor

In a shocking turn of events, Michigan Supply and Provisions, a cannabis dispensary in Ann Arbor, Michigan, has announced that it is now being run by a group of fairy tale creatures.

According to sources close to the dispensary, the new management team includes a unicorn named Sparkles, a talking frog named Sir Hops-a-Lot, and a group of mischievous leprechauns who go by the names of Lucky, Dopey, and Cheech.

Despite initial skepticism from customers, the new management team has reportedly brought a new level of whimsy and fun to the dispensary. The unicorn Sparkles has been known to greet customers with a magical puff of glitter, while Sir Hops-a-Lot has been spotted hopping through the aisles with a joint in his mouth.

One customer, who wished to remain anonymous, said, “I was a little skeptical at first, but now I wouldn’t go anywhere else. The staff here is so friendly and helpful, and there’s always a little bit of magic in the air.”

In addition to their unique staff, Michigan Supply and Provisions is also known for their high-quality cannabis products, which are grown and harvested in the nearby Enchanted Forest.

When asked about their decision to bring on a team of fairy tale creatures as managers, the dispensary’s spokesperson, a pixie named Tinker, simply shrugged and said, “We wanted to bring a little bit of fairy tale magic to the world of cannabis. And who better to do that than us?”

Despite some initial concerns about how the business would be run by a group of fictional creatures, it seems that Michigan Supply and Provisions is doing just fine. In fact, they’re doing better than ever, with customers lining up to experience the unique and magical atmosphere of the dispensary.

As for what the future holds for this whimsical cannabis dispensary, only time will tell. But for now, it seems that fairy tales really do come true in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Michigan Supply and Provisions | Ann Arbor
2019 W Stadium Blvd
Ann Arbor Michigan 48103
united states