Nevada has recently jumped on the cannabis legalization train and legislators are opting to give cities and counties the power to create their own ordinances governing the marijuana business rather than have a state law governing the consumption. No longer will people have to hide behind closed doors to smoke pot in public places in Sin City. As long as users are of legal age (21), people can now enjoy smoking cannabis in public places.
Nevada legalized recreational marijuana in July 2017, but restricted the use of the substance to private homes. In Las Vegas in particular, the restricted use of marijuana didn't make any sense seeing as how most visitors are staying in hotels and spending most of their time in casinos.
Visitors to Vegas weren't buying marijuana as much as businesses assumed they would because there was nowhere buyers could enjoy it if they didn't have a home on the strip. The new legislation is the next step in the process of completely decriminalizing cannabis and recognizing the public health benefits of the plant and the fact that cannabis is not something to be afraid.
Your 420 Club is the first social lounge for cannabis consumption in the state. This club will be a private membership club that will offer several different membership packages to choose from. According to 420 Club website, the prices range from $10-$100 per month with a 7-day trial membership also available.
The club will also provide shuttle transportation for members to decrease the risk of driving under the influence. The club is opening in November with locations in Las Vegas and Reno and will serve food and alcoholic drinks as well.
Members will need to BYOC "Bring your own cannabis" as the club is not licensed to sell cannabis, however, 420 Club will provide all the paraphernalia you need to enjoy marijuana from rolling papers to bongs, pipes, and blunt wraps.
If all goes well with Your 420 Club, pot lounges are sure to start popping up all over the state and especially on the strip. Casinos are sure to jump on the chance to introduce cannabis lounges in their facilities.
If people are able to enjoy marijuana in the hotel or casino environment, it will surely keep patrons playing longer and spending more time in the hotels. Before you know it, Las Vegas will earn the nickname of "Little Amsterdam".