Common Citizen Opens New Retail Location in Hazel Park, Mich.

The new location also includes a cannabis processing center, and an indoor cannabis grow operation is under development on the site.

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HAZEL PARK, Mich. — PRESS RELEASE — Common Citizen, which produces cannabis products for patients and adult-use customers with a focus on patient, consumer and product safety, has opened its new retail location in Hazel Park, Mich. The new location at 877 E. 8 Mile Road also includes a cannabis processing center, and an indoor cannabis grow operation is under development on the site.

“Hazel Park is a welcoming, vibrant community and we’re proud to be part of it,” said Michael Elias, Common Citizen CEO. “We are excited to provide safe, high-quality cannabis products to our patients and adult-use customers in Hazel Park and throughout the Detroit area. We look forward to creating jobs at our new facility and helping boost the local economy during these challenging times.”

The retail store’s hours are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., seven days a week. 

Common Citizen expects to hire up to 100 people in Hazel Park. Visit commoncitizen.com/careers for all the latest Common Citizen job opportunities.

Common Citizen practices all state and federal requirements for protecting the health and safety of patients, customers and employees during the continuing COVID-19 pandemic. Safety protocols include requiring patients, customers and employees to wear masks when inside retail stores, and maintaining a limit of one customer per service terminal at any given time. For a full overview of Common Citizen’s COVID-19 safety protocols, visit commoncitizen.com/covid/.

Common Citizen also has retail locations in Flint, Battle Creek and Detroit, and is finalizing plans to open additional locations statewide. The company also has a state-of-the-art cannabis manufacturing headquarters in Marshall.

Common Citizen is committed to patient and consumer safety, and adheres to Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), which are the quality standards of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Common Citizen is also leading the charge to bring tighter regulations and certification requirements to licensed operators in Michigan and nationwide to ensure people have access to safe, quality product.