Doobie, a multi-state cannabis delivery service, has officially expanded its delivery services to the Massachusetts market. Additionally, Doobie launched its first direct-to-consumer delivery solution for brands in the state through Doobie Direct.
Doobie Massachusetts was founded in partnership with Ericca Kennedy, the first Economic Empowerment Applicant to receive the Delivery Operator License in the state.
"We saw a lot of synergies between Doobie's mission and our own values. We're passionate about finding ways to give back to our local community and we are looking forward to working with other minority owned businesses," Kennedy said in a news release. By obtaining one of the first Delivery Operator licenses in the state of Massachusetts, Doobie is now able to serve over 3 million residents, per the release.
Doobie in July kicked off Doobie Direct operations in partnership with the cannabis-infused social beverage startup, Cann, and will utilize its current infrastructure to begin fulfilling orders placed through a dedicated Cann web page.
Doobie Direct enables premium cannabis brands in the state to offer DTC delivery. The company calls its expansion into the DTC marketplace a “critical milestone” for Doobie's national growth. Doobie co-founder, Jessie Powell, said in the release, "We believe that on-demand delivery is the future of cannabis retail, and we want to provide customers with their favorite brands however they choose to shop."
Doobie delivers cannabis brands and products directly to customers via trydoobie.com, which provides a mobile-optimized experience. Customers can browse popular products by category or brand, and Doobie expert consultants are available via chat and phone to answer any questions. The company now offers delivery across Missouri, California, Arizona, and Massachusetts.