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Mary Jane’s House of Glass wins growth award

Mary Jane’s House of Glass, a Vancouver maker of marijuana pipes and other glass products, recently won a local business award for its fast growth.

(Brandon Brock of Mary Jane's House of Glass -Steven Lane/The Columbian)
(Brandon Brock of Mary Jane’s House of Glass -Steven Lane/The Columbian)

The chain now has 11 stores in Washington and Oregon, and has grown from 25 to 95 employees in the past three years.

The company is also growing its glass blowing operation at the Port of Camas-Washougal.

For more, check out their press release (and video interview about the store’s growth and opportunities with owner Brandon Brock) below.

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Mary Jane’s House of Glass – Named 2014 fastest growing business by Vancouver Business Journal.

Mary Jane’s House of Glass was proud to accept the 2014 Business Growth Award at the Heathman Lodge in Vancouver (last week).

Mary Jane’s has 11 locations between Washington and Oregon.

Since 2010, Mary Jane’s has opened seven stores and has almost quadrupled employee count in the past three years from approximately 25 employees to 95 employees.

Over the past two fiscal years alone, revenue at the chain of stores has increased by approximately 150 percent.

The company’s business model is focused on responsible growth along with the booming legalized marijuana industry in the Pacific Northwest.

The company’s management is committed to staying educated about the latest legislation, laws and regulations. They strive to work hand in hand with local communities, governments, and neighborhood associations to become a good neighbor, employer and supporter of local non-profits and community events.

2015 will be an even bigger year for Mary Jane’s as it expands to Mary Jane’s Glass Productions.

Local artists will learn the valuable trade of glass blowing of functional art that gives them instant career opportunities and skills to develop their own business.

The legalized marijuana business is giving birth to many local cottage industries. Glass blowing artists are in high demand to produce locally generated functional glass artwork that will be sold in local shops and ship all over the United States.