Fire & Flower Holdings Corp. and its wholly-owned subsidiary Hifyre Inc. announced today that its Kingston and Ottawa store locations have launched the Spark Perks Fastlane “click-and-collect” online cannabis ordering and pickup service that recently became permissible as a result of a recent change in the Ontario regulations.
Fastlane is a key part of the Spark Perks members program – with more than 73,000 members nationally – that has been operating at Fire & Flower outlets in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and the Yukon territory.
“Hifyre’s ability to rapidly launch the Fastlane click-and-collect service in Ontario demonstrates our Company’s core focus as a technology-enabled, retail 2.0 company,” said Trevor Fencott, Chief Executive Officer of Fire & Flower. “The Fastlane service will allow customers in Ontario to reserve products online for pickup in store, which is especially important when new, high-demand products come on to the market.”
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Earlier this month it was reported that Fire & Flower Holdings Corp. had completed the acquisition of the Ottawa and Kingston outlets from the initial Ontario cannabis retail store licence holders and has submitted applications for an additional eight store locations in Ontario. In the same statement it was revealed that the Ottawa and Kingston stores have generated in excess of $16,532,000 in combined sales to date.
Kingston’s Fire & Flower Brock Street Cannabis store opened in April of 2019 and the following October received a 5-star award for Best Retail Interior – Ontario, Canada at the USA & Americas Property Awards in Toronto.
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