Auburn, Washington is officially the first city in the state to have a drive-through marijuana service.

Called Joint River, the establishment is the first in the state to offer the service. The company says its setting itself apart from rivals in the industry by letting its customers have a lower profile when buying their merchandise.

The General Manager of the dispensary, Audria Jaggers, remarked, “Some cannabis consumers don’t share with everybody that they are, so this offers a whole other level of discretion. They can literally make their order online, come to the drive-through without anybody ever knowing they were on the premises.”

“The way that we exist is the tribe actually applied for this through a compact with the Governor,” Jaggers said. “The drive-through window and all of the tenets of our business were approved within that contract.”

Joint Rivers is planning a grand opening in the next couple of months.

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