Medical marijuana dispensary for sale on eBay: Wanna buy a RiNo?

Good catch by the Denver Post: The paper discovered that the owners of RiNo Supply Co., a local medical marijuana dispensary, are trying to sell the business on eBay.

At this writing, there's a little over four hours left in the auction. The listing asks for a modest starting bid of $120,000, which no one's offered to date. But what a bargain! Look below to read the RiNo pitch.

1500 sq. ft. Medical Marijuana Dispensary for sale. Attached 3500 sq. ft. area for grow and/or infused product kitchen facility-zoned F-1 with a plant husbandry license. Fully licensed facility meeting all requirements in HB-1284.

Interested in getting into the business? There are only a few days left to transfer ownership before the new moratorium takes effect, ideal location with existing clientele only a few blocks away from Coors Field in downtown Denver. The dispensary is fully operational, licensed and appropriately zoned. 3500 sq. ft. are available for a grow facility, 5 year lease on this space is available. The majority of dispensaries will likely go out of business do to zoning and new restrictions, this is a rare opportunity to take over a fantastic location with a great reputation.

Must be a Colorado resident to immediately take full ownership, out of state owners will need to establish residency while transferring (other options available as well). The business is an S-Corp, operational since November of 2009. A clean background is necessary for the owner with new state requirements taking effect (background check, financial disclosures).

Along with the lease and business license come 200 existing assigned patients, allowing the operation to grow up to 1200 plants. Very exciting opportunity for the right buyer!!! Serious offers only, must appear in person to finalize the sale and transfer ownership.

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