Owner of marijuana dispensaries offers grants

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Park Place Provisionary Courtesy Park Place Provisionary

Greg Maki, the owner of Park Place Provisionary and Exit 9 Provisionary, started the Agri-Med Comeback Fund for Muskegon Businesses to help businesses that have been affected by COVID-19.

Maki set aside a grant of $10,000 for 10 businesses in the city of Muskegon to help with their reopening and rebuilding efforts.

“It’s been our privilege to serve the Muskegon community for the last year, and if not for the city of Muskegon, we wouldn’t be where we are today,” Maki said. “It’s my way of not only helping other small businesses but giving back to the community. We welcome other businesses who want to contribute to this to join us. All are welcome.”

To qualify for the grant, businesses must have less than 25 employees and be located in the city of Muskegon. Any kind of business can apply online at Agri-Med’s website. The applications will be reviewed by a group of community leaders and they will make the final decision on the awards.

The winners will be named June 19, the first anniversary of Park Place Provisionary.

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