March 22, 2021
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Real People, Real Cannabis – Meet Devin!
At Oasis Cannabis we are proud to have a team of knowledgeable and compassionate individuals that provide attentive service to our community. As a part of our Real People, Real Cannabis initiative we are publishing employee spotlights so you can get to know everyone at Oasis Cannabis.
This week, meet our Purchasing Manager, Devin!
Where are you originally from?
How long have you been at Oasis and what is your role?
I’ve been at Oasis for 4 years and I am currently the Purchasing Manager.
What things do you enjoy most outside of work/cannabis?
I’m really into reading and writing, I really like to hike and workout. I am a hardcore gamer, a music snob for sure. I have a really large record collection I like to listen to everyday. I’m really into movies and comic books as well. All of which goes hand and hand with cannabis.
How has cannabis impacted your life?
Not only has cannabis given me a fulfilling career but it has also helped me with my struggle with anxiety and depression. I have also shared its benefits with both my mother and my grandmother for relief from their physical ailments. It really makes a bad day good and a good day better.
What is your favorite cannabis product or consumption method?
I am a flower child, and I usually smoke out of a bong. It’s a toss up, but if I had to pick, Fleur’s Orange Cookies is my favorite strain. It has a one of a kind flavor and smell and an euphoric high that has never once made me paranoid.
What makes Oasis unique to you?
Oasis is unique both in the family dynamic of its team, as well as the deeply personal relationship with its community. Our mission is to serve our neighborhood the best cannabis and the best prices, and have fun while doing it.
Any local organizations/charities that are close to your heart?
The Children’s Heart Foundation and the Nevada Donor Network are both really close to my heart. My mom has worked with both of them, and I have volunteered with both of them and have seen the impact that they have on children in our community.