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Exploring Life & Business with Justin Bishoff of Klover

Today we’d like to introduce you to Justin Bishoff. Them and their team share their story with us below:

The San Diego property has been in the Diaz family for 20+ plus years. George Diaz has a background in real estate and saw a great opportunity with cannabis. After connecting with Justin Bishoff and Erick Alvarado, they worked together to conceptualize a meticulous, thoughtful, and empathic business plan to bring the community together through art, the best in cannabis, and dedicated customer service.

I’m sure you wouldn’t say it’s been obstacle free, but so far would you say the journey have been a fairly smooth road?
There has been a lot of positivity to come out of every challenge we’ve faced. Thankfully, the pandemic brought a lot of challenges that ultimately brought the best out of us at every turn. We had to adapt and overcome operations, systems, and regulation hurdles. The heavy regulatory nature of the cannabis industry makes it difficult at many points but we are so grateful about these obstacles because it pushed us and brought us closer together as a workforce and a community.

Alright, so let’s switch gears a bit and talk business. What should we know?
We really focus on the experience that we provide to our guests and patients. That experience is much more than “Wow what a beautiful space, what awesome art, what a cool display,” it’s about education and creating a wealth of knowledge for customers to take home with them. The level of expertise that you interact with when you visit KLOVER is worlds above what people expect and we hope that leaves a lasting impression which will bring people back time and time again!

We also have an amazing location right outside the San Diego airport with an abundance of space for parking and visiting!

What quality or characteristic do you feel is most important to your success?
Our guiding principles are mutual respect, transparency, and empathy. Those are three massive core values that influence every decision and act as a guiding light. This has brought out a challenge of “how do we verbalize our mission?” but after two years, we’ve boiled that down to two words: Help People.

We do this in so many ways like providing medicine for patients, enhancing people’s lives, improving their daily regimens, health, and helping them balance their life. We also focus on creating opportunities for our own employees to achieve whatever goals they have in their life by taking into consideration they may not always wish to be a budtender or manager; so we provide training, resources, and education to help build them for their future.

We also heavily focus on the community by supporting artists, veterans, and musicians.

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