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Gazette Premium Content Eagle County issues eight retail marijuana licenses

Vail Daily Updated: May 17, 2014 at 8:16 am
Vail Daily Updated: May 17, 2014 at 8:16 am • Published: May 17, 2014

EAGLE COUNTY — A longtime local business family landed one of Eagle County’s rare retail marijuana licenses. Jim and Kristin Comerford will add The Vail Bud Brewery to their roster of local businesses, which includes Subway sandwich shops, Vail’s Qdoba Mexican Grill and a real estate...

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EAGLE COUNTY — A longtime local business family landed one of Eagle County’s rare retail marijuana licenses.

Jim and Kristin Comerford will add The Vail Bud Brewery to their roster of local businesses, which includes Subway sandwich shops, Vail’s Qdoba Mexican Grill and a real estate development company. They’ll partner with another local dispensary owner, Dave and Dieneka Manzanares of Sweet Leaf Pioneer in Eagle.

“We believe it is the new frontier,” Kristin Comerford said.

Three medical marijuana businesses already in the valley were also awarded retail licenses. Two other new retail licenses went to Front Range-based businesses.

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