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New smoke and gift shops open downtown




NOTICE: These businesses are aimed towards those at least 18 years of age.

TIFFIN, OH – After Tiffin’s last smoke/gift shop, “Zig Stag,” was shut down for allegedly selling spice/K2, a synthetic version of marijuana, the town has been skeptical of any other smoke shops opening – afraid of how long they might last.

Two recently-opened smoke shops in Tiffin appear to be part of small area chains, with stores in other cities, and want to play by the rules – that means no selling spice out the back door.

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The Attic, located at 257 S. Washington St. next to Hunan King, also has a location in Findlay. The store sells a wide variety of products including glassware, pipes, rolling papers (including hemp-based tobacco free products), apparel, incense, and even CBD-infused edible products.

The Attic offers a variety of CBD products (Source: Facebook)

The CBD products range from sour fruit snacks to gummies and other candies, as well as e-vape liquids and hemp wraps containing CBD.

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“Absolutely love this place! Been in here multiple times since the first day and the service is amazing,” one Facebook user said about The Attic. “Great customer service and an amazing selection of products,” another user commented.

For more info about The Attic, visit their Facebook page here or give them a call at (567) 220-7064. Mention this article and get 15% off the original sticker price of any product at The Attic, according to owner Mike Kouza!

Glass N More Store

Glass N More Store, which has locations in Amherst, Norwalk, Sandusky, and other cities, is located at 164 S. Washington St., next to Your Legacy Credit Union. This store seems to offer a lot of the same products that The Attic does, including the herbal “kratom” supplement.

“Great selection, excellent prices, and friendly employees,” a Facebook user said.

For more info about Glass N More, visit their Facebook page here or call (567) 220-6330.

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