MedMen’s Tracy McCourt appointed president of WeHo cannabis organization

MedMen Enterprises Inc. (“MedMen” or the “Company”) (CSE: MMEN) (OTCQB: MMNFF), a leading cannabis retailer with operations across the nation, today announced the appointment of Tracy McCourt, Chief Revenue Officer, to President of Emerald Village West Hollywood. Established in 2021, Emerald Village West Hollywood is the official marketing organization for licensed cannabis businesses in West Hollywood.  

“It’s an honor to lead an organization dedicated to promoting West Hollywood’s vibrant cannabis industry,” said McCourt. “Working together with a group of diverse cannabis retailers in the community, we’re positioning WeHo as the capital of cannabis culture and curated experiences for tourists and locals alike.” 

Emerald Village offers an extensive and eclectic range of cannabis attractions, including culinary, wellness, entertainment, nightlife, art and personalized experiences. Visitors can plan their cannabis adventures through the Emerald Village website – emeraldvillageweho.com – which features the latest on cannabis events, businesses and attractions in the area. 

Current member organizations of Emerald Village West Hollywood include Alternative Herbal Health Services (AHHS), The Artist Tree, CALMA, LA Patients and Caregivers Group (LAPCG), MedMen, and Zen Healing Collective.  

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angry gay pope
4 months ago

As a pothead I applaud organization in this industry. As a consumer I am disgusted that Sacramento is taxing legal pot to death. Most of the weed grown in CA is illegal which harms the environment, rural areas and honest taxpaying consumers. $30 of pot costs $50 after taxes. We have a massive budget surplus. Do something Governor Newsome.

Huh?
Huh?
4 months ago

Oh look, another article running a press release with no attribution as such. You can find this verbatim on the MedMen investors page.

Is it news? Yeah sure. Is this journalism? Nope.

Thomas
Thomas
4 months ago

I can’t wait for the next election I will for the first time donate my time to dispose of this ignorance

Thomas
Thomas
4 months ago

https://www.sfgate.com/bay-area-politics/article/London-Breed-crime-Chesa-Boudin-Tenderloin-white-16773098.php

READ THIS CITY COUNCIL learn something that’s trending from a real Mayor

disappointed
disappointed
4 months ago

He’s a real gangster! El Chapo is taking notes.

Frankly
Frankly
4 months ago

It feels like residents are now picking up the tab for the industries’ many bribes over the years to the architect of this unwelcome rebrand John Duran

Thomas
Thomas
4 months ago

We did not vote for the pot industry to take over our community our city. You give an inch they take 10 miles only for their self interests that’s our city council.

Dishonorable MedMen
Dishonorable MedMen
4 months ago

Ms. McCourt has apparently arbitrarily positioned West Hollywood as “the capital of cannabis culture” and in doing so has dishonored the city. It’s one thing to have cannabis retailers and another to rebrand the city. Not a smart move and perhaps not a legal one.

JF1
JF1
4 months ago

Residents voted to legalize cannabis. When did residents weigh in on whether or not we wanted to market our tiny city to the world as THE destination for marijuana use? That’s a little nuts.

Jamie Francis
Jamie Francis
4 months ago
Reply to  JF1

You are exactly right. 10 years ago there were 4 cannabis medical weed dispensaries now there are close to almost twenty places throughout the city including weed lounges and edibles stores, and even brought a suit before the state to have power over the city in overriding the contract licenses process to have autonomy and not having to follow city ordinance and be self regulated and operate with impunity!

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