Pierce Jenkins, Linnea Sherman and Luke Hunsberger helping out at the Natick Service Council Food Pantry. reLeaf has committed to 150 hours of community service, $100,000 to local charities and prepayment of their first year HCA fee so Natick programs can benefit immediately.
“Having grown up in Natick, I am thrilled to be able to introduce reLeaf to all of these programs I have worked with since I was a kid. ” Pierce mentioned. If reLeaf’s application is approved, Pierce will run the store as General Manager with 6 years of cannabis experience.
Linnea Sherman, also a Natick local, would become Assistant General Manager, utilizing her 4 years of cannabis experience. They complement reLeaf’s team with over 30 year of experience in all aspects of the cannabis industry.