San Bernardino just became home to the second largest STIIIZY retail location and third in the Inland Empire alongside Jurupa Valley and Moreno Valley April 3, 2021. One of the most highly requested locations, the STIIIZY San Bernardino location will now be known as the STIIIZY headquarters for the Inland Empire!
STIIIZY San Bernardino is the seventh retail location and is now being dubbed as the main headquarters for the Inland Empire area. The city will be home to the second largest retail location next to the STIIIZY DTLA location: the first retail to open in 2018 followed by additional locations shortly after.
The location is a reflection of the company’s continuous innovation in providing a shopping experience like no other for the new generation of cannabis, featuring a one-of-a-kind mural by well-known street mural artist: DEFER.
Having the grand opening be the same month as 420, the STIIIZY team decided to go big by throwing a private event for influencers across SOCAL and gifting 25 customers and their guests with an exclusive shopping experience at the retail before anyone else!
On the eve of grand opening day, there were dedicated STIIIZY customers who started lining up 24 hours in advance. TikTok star Nathan Apodaca (Doggface208), pro-skater Boo Johnson, “hood” Comedian Danny Lopez (doknowsworld), cannabis-known influencers Angela Mazzanti and Cynthia Rocha (Queencyn) all came out to show their love and support and to help host exclusive meet-and-greets. Die hard fans were also able to get STIIIZY flash tattoos by artist Poncho!
There were exclusive appearances from known rapper and entrepreneur Xzibit and Diamond Supply Co. 's Nicky Diamonds for their recent new product launches — Diamonds handing out exclusive merch as customers entered the new space. Mural artist DEFER was also in attendance for an exclusive signing and sticker giveaway in celebration of the opening and his one-of-a-kind mural that will now live on the walls of our San Bernardino headquarters.
As the STIIIZY franchise continues to expand, it also continues to provide countless job opportunities during the pandemic while creating them in areas that had seen a major unemployment influx due to the lockdown — San Bernardino reaching 14.2 percent in April 2020 and had been at 4.9 percent the month before (Fontana Herald News).
San Bernardino County is one of the fastest growing in the U.S. according to Phil Cothran, a Fontana resident and chairman of the San Bernardino County Workforce Development Board.
STIIIZY is proud to now have residency in this major business and economic hub of California!