A new breed of boutique is coming to downtown Belleville. Sativa Bliss Cannabis Boutique specializes in cannabis products and stocks items such as flowers, vaporizers, concentrates and groceries. Sativa Bliss is one of Ontario’s promising cannabis retailers committed to providing a safe and unique shopping experience for new and experienced cannabis users.
Business owner Jazz Samra is excited to open the Belleville facility as the third Sativa Bliss facility in Ontario. He recently opened a Kitchener boutique and will soon have locations in Guelph, Cambridge, St. Catharines, Brampton, Hamilton and Toronto. They have quick expansion plans to grow to over 100 locations across Ontario in the next few years.
“Excellent customer service is our“ North Star ”. We strive to satisfy every customer to the best of our ability. In a new regulated industry, we know that many of our customers are new cannabis users and have many questions that they need to answer before trying our products. It is our responsibility to educate them and give them the comfort they need. I’ve always believed that if you take care of your customers, they will take care of you. I think that’s how the universe works, ”said Samra.
On his way to Kingston last year, Samra stopped in Belleville and toured some of the downtown properties for rent. During a conversation with the landlord of the Bridgefront Tower, David Gilbert, Samra fell in love with the city and the retail location on the corner of Bridge St. and Front St.
This prime retail space is said to be a shopping destination for residents and tourists in Belleville. “Our store will only sell legal cannabis products and accessories,” said Samra. “Products are laboratory tested and manufactured to the high standards set by Health Canada.”
This new business brings new jobs to the city center by hiring store managers, supervisors and retail workers. “We have received dozens of applications for the postings and we look forward to having our Belleville team on site,” said Samra.
The boutique will open at 200 Front St. in mid-March.