Eaze, a cannabis delivery service, is expanding to Detroit, Mich., through a partnership with Pleasantrees, a Michigan-based cannabis company.
Eaze now offers its delivery services in three of the 10 largest Michigan cities: Detroit, Grand Rapids and Ann Arbor—two cities the company expanded to earlier this year, according to the Detroit Free Press.
The recent expansion “allows customers to find their favorite, and try, new products from the comfort of home,” Rogelio Choy, Eaze CEO, told the Detroit Free Press. “We believe delivery is going to be a huge part of the Michigan success story.”
Choy told the news outlet that the last 18 months have shown how cannabis delivery services are a fast-growing part of the industry and are “here to stay.”
“If we’re going to be successful in Michigan, we have to be successful in Detroit,” Choy said.
While there are other cannabis delivery services in Detroit like Latern and Breeze, Choy told Detroit Free Press that Eaze’s low prices and deals are what sets it apart from the rest.
“We offer great daily deals, [and] we offer discounts to customers as we enter the market with very low minimum order values of $35,” Choy said. He added that consumers do not need to schedule deliveries in advance when using Eaze.
The company plans to hire more than 250 Michigan drivers over the next year to meet demand, and Choy said Eaze offers health care benefits, paid time off for full-time employees, mileage reimbursements and competitive pay, according to the news outlet.
The company plans to continue its Michigan expansion, Choy said, and it hopes to introduce some California cannabis brands to consumers eventually.