Evergreen Market to open third store in Renton

The 3,000-square-foot store will open Friday, May 12.

The Evergreen Market is opening its third location in Renton today, May 12.

This store, which is located near IKEA at the corner of East Valley Highway and Benson Hill, will be among the largest retail stores in the state, with nearly 3,000 square feet of sales floor.

Owner Jeff Anderson said in a media release, “This store is going to represent the very highest level of aesthetics, customer service and shopping experience, of any store in the country. We have worked hard to create a brand that represents quality, passion and a commitment to an industry that we are all proud to be a part of.”

The Evergreen Market was founded in 2014 by Eric Gaston, Jeff Anderson and Arne Nelson. They are three dads from Issaquah who met while their daughters were in the YMCA Y-Princesses. They opened Renton’s first cannabis store in 2015.

To learn more visit www.theevergreenmarket.com or call 425-318-8898.

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