“The press notified me after the deal was announced,” inadvertent High Times deal partner Alexis Bronson tells SF Weekly.” And since then, he says, “I have not heard anything” — not from High Times, or their holding corporation. ”
WW has been diligent in following the company’s sometimes hard-to-fathom follies, and the story behind High Times’ new deal coming undone is a fascinating look at what happens when social-equity responsibilities mingle with private-equity concerns.
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- Bronson’s former Geary Street shop, right next to the Chanel store, was part of a 13-dispensary deal announced April 28. The deal has been hung up since partners in Bronson’s dispensary — a participant in The City’s social-equity program — merged with MSO Harvest.