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I got my card about a week and a half ago and the first place I went to was helping hands. I wish all dispensaries were like them. there are about two or three that I have found that are comprable to Helping Hands. the flower Maybe 10% more then some of your five and dime dispensaries but it's worth the atmosphere the bartenders are great and they know what they're talking about the waiting room is very clean. exclamation
felt very comfortable, friendly staff, nice prices, quality flower. A+
best in Detroit hands down... amazig quality/prices, the whole staff knows their product. great securuty and building. all around 5 stars hands down
This was my first time in a dispensery and the staff are great. After going there I thought all of them were this professional... boy was I wrong. There are some shops that are almost like 10$ liquor stores but not Helping Hands. The waiting room is very inviting. Free water and great bud tenders. The only negative is it's about 10% more than most respectable shops but its worth it. Gated parking lot, security, would recommend this to anybidy
Not only do they treat you like family. but their bud is the best around detriot. their deals are the best you'll find! they really go above and beyond at making sure you're happy and that if they made a mistake they fix it. most professional dispensary
Anthony was a great help and and a lot of info. staff was helpful kind took their time very professional
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