Managing a CBD shop

My friends Mom has a small store in the mall. I started entirely working at the store when I was 17. At that time, the store was a candy shop. Every one of us sold many strange types of gummy bears, chocolate-covered candies, and gumballs. Every one of us also had 71 strange types of jelly beans and hard candies. I decided to attend a community school, so I kept entirely working at the store during our time in university, but during Summer chop last year, our friend’s Mom decided to stop selling candies and start selling CBD products. At the start of the year, CBD products became legalized to sell everywhere. As long as you check someone’s ID to make sure they are 18 years of age, then you cannot legally sell them CBD products. I was entirely surprised that George decided to convert the candy store into a CBD store; He sent myself and others and more than one additional employees to a budtender training class for CBD and marijuana products. Even though the people I was with and I do not sell any marijuana products, a lot of people ask questions about the differences. Since CBD products do not have any THC, they do not have the same effects as marijuana. A lot of our customers do not understand how these products job and why they are legal. It’s up to our fellow employees and I to educate every customer that walks through our doors. I will absolutely say that our store is much busier since the people I was with and I changed our inventory. Every one of us have a variety of customers too, from senior citizens to school students too busy legal Executives. CBD use in our quarterly lives is on the rise for all the people.


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