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Jon Levine and Rosie Naumovski discuss some of the new products available at Thrive Metropolis. Levine, the CEO of MariMed, and Naumovski, general manager for MariMed Illinois, were in town Monday, Jan. 9. In the months since the business opened, it’s contributed over $2.3 million in sales tax to Massac County.

Sitting in the demonstration room, they were slightly surprised at the number of customers coming in early Monday afternoon.

That flow has been a constant since Thrive Metropolis opened its doors at 1551 E. Fifth St. on May 5, 2021.

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