Get to Know The Grove Medical Marijuana Dispensary Las Vegas: Tanya Peñar Leyva

Posted on November 1, 2016 , updated on November 17, 2016 by Grove Team

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Tanya Peñar Leyva is a budtender and responsible for intake at The Grove Medical Marijuana Dispensary Las Vegas.

Tanya Peñar Leyva: Budtender and Intake

Tanya Peñar Leyva is a budtender and responsible for intake at The Grove Medical Marijuana Dispensary Las Vegas. She checks patients in as they come into the dispensary and helps them find what strains work best for them.

Question: What do you enjoy about working at The Grove?

Tanya Peñar Leyva: Our staff and management are always being taught different product knowledge so we are always up to date on our education.

Q: What is your favorite strain?

TPL: Gorilla Glue #4

Q: What is the importance of connecting with patients?

TPL: It is important to help inform them of what cannabis is best for them.

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