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Bask, Inc. Announces 4th Annual Food Drive for Veterans

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Donations will be accepted November 1 – November 21 at Bask

Bask, Inc. (“Bask”), a locally owned cannabis dispensary in Fairhaven, Massachusetts, has announced plans for their 4th annual Food Drive for Veterans.
Donations will be collected at Bask’s adult-use and medical dispensary between Monday, November 1st, 2021 through Sunday, November 21st, at 2 Pequod Road in Fairhaven, MA.

Bask,
which is Veteran owned and operated, continues its commitment to the community with
donations going directly to the Veterans Association of Bristol County (VABC). The VABC provides
resources including a food pantry, counseling services, and support to the area’s Veteran population.
“This will be our fourth donation drive for Veterans since opening Bask in 2018 and we hope it will be
our biggest yet,” explains Bask CEO and Veteran, Chapman Dickerson. “Our goal is to collect enough
food to help Veterans enjoy a nice meal on Thanksgiving.”
“As a company, we are committed to helping those in our community. For those who have served our
country, it’s our turn to give back,” says Dickerson.

Bask will be collecting non-perishable food, hygiene products, and grocery store gift cards at the
dispensary located at 2 Pequod Road in Fairhaven. Donations can be dropped off at either entrance
during regular business hours. The medical entrance is open from 9am to 7pm and the adult use
entrance is open from 9am to 9pm daily.

Bask has been serving registered medical patients at the Fairhaven dispensary since 2018. The multi-
award-winning cannabis dispensary, cultivator, and manufacturer was named Best Dispensary in 2019
by south coast residents and recently expanded its cannabis retail operations in Fairhaven with the
addition of recreational sales to adults 21 and older in February of 2021.

About Bask, Inc.

The founders of Bask are experienced medical cannabis cultivators, educators, and advocates. The team
came together over a shared vision to create an environment where patients could learn and have safe
access to quality products. Bask opened its doors to medical patients in February of 2018 as the first
cannabis dispensary on the South Coast of Massachusetts. In February of 2020, the company moved its
cultivation and processing operation to a state-of-the-art greenhouse facility in Freetown, MA in
partnership with AmeriCann, Inc.

About leonbg

Lifelong New Bedford Resident, Umass Dartmouth & NBHS alum. Passionate, sarcastic and informed. Avid duckpin bowler and a lover of amazing food, fine wine and awesome movies.

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