THC NYC immersive cannabis experience goes full circle – find out how
Though some states legalized cannabis for adult use over ten years ago, tourism has yet to pick up steam. But New York is bringing the heat as its cannabis industry turns over from legacy to regulated market.
In the latest headlines, Union Square Travel Agency (USQTA) installed kiosks at the House of Cannabis (THC NYC), a cannabis-friendly event venue and tourist attraction. With this partnership, the space now offers delivery on demand.
“We are excited about this partnership with Union Square Travel Agency. Our guests, from enthusiasts to the canna-curious, can now visit our location, place their order with USQTA, have it delivered, and then enjoy their experience at the House of Cannabis,” David Goldburg, interim Chief Executive Officer of THC NYC, said in a press release.
Guests at THC NYC over the age of 21 can now order cannabis from a USQTA kiosk and get their weed within an hour. Sounds like an ideal amount of time to walk the thought-provoking sensory experience provided by THC NYC.
Paul Yau, CEO of USQTA, said: “We’ve been a fan of the House of Cannabis since it opened, and like us, they want their guests to explore the cannabis plant, products, and community in the most memorable and educational way possible.”
One reason THC NYC chose to partner with the brand on an exclusive delivery partnership is because USQTA has an extensive menu. Visitors can order from many brands offering flower, edibles, vape pens, concentrates, and more.
The kiosks are located on the ground level of the building adjacent to the gift shop, cafe, and convenience store. No ticket purchase is required to use the kiosk, so those who want delivery to a safe space can place an order and enjoy a cup of real Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee (the roast is hard to come by) at Sangsters Coffee while they wait. This service doesn’t only help NYC nightlife and tourism—these cannabis kiosks can assist New Yorkers who need delivery, too.
“Helping people navigate impactful cannabis experiences is what we’re known for, and offering delivery to THC guests is a great example of how cannabis hospitality will look moving forward. We’re proud to be working with THC to make this happen,” Yau concluded.