The marijuana dispensary advertised for weeks before the annual 4/20 sale. I don’t think there was a single person in the whole valley that didn’t know about the sale. We wanted everyone to take advantage of the sale prices that we were offering. We were selling our entire collection of pre-rolls for 50% off. We were selling our entire collection of cannabis concentrates for 30% off. The rest of the items in the dispensary were going to be on sale as well and we advertised online, on the radio, and we put up some extra billboards around the city. On the morning of 4:20, the dispensary customers were parked all over the parking lot, down the street, and in the bank parking lot. Unfortunately, the day of the celebration was a Thursday and the bank wasn’t very happy that the dispensary customers were taking up parking. I received a call from the bank manager. The woman told me that she was going to start having cars towed at 11:00 a.m. She wanted me to tell everyone at the dispensary that the cars would be towed if they were not moved. People in line had 20 minutes to move their vehicle. A couple of people bolted from the marijuana dispensary, but there were a couple of other customers in line that decided to wait it out and see what happened. At precisely 11:00 a.m, a tow truck showed up at the bank and stayed there the rest of the afternoon. They weren;t kidding around about staying out of their lot.