By Blake Ashley Frino-Gerl

Originally starting out as a cannabis cultivation business in 2018, growing and selling retail-ready products, 7 Points decided to open up a delivery service running from Fresno to Bakersfield. After having such success, the company began “looking for ways to bring the same model over to the Central Coast,” according to Brand Manager Ryan Wall.

7 Points launched its delivery service for the region in January of this year. Delivery runs throughout San Luis Obispo County, as well as into Santa Maria and other parts of Santa Barbara County. 


“Locally in SLO, we have 16 employees, but including the entire company with [the] original operation in Woodlake, we have 53 employees,” Wall says.

7 Points’ 100,000-plus-square-feet facility is located in the little farming town of Woodlake in Tulare County. In utilizing a former citrus packing facility, the business can facilitate environmental control over how it grows and maintains its cannabis in high-production, vegetative, and flowering rooms with a refined nursery “equipped to produce high-quality flower and use a variety of early-veg techniques.” 

It is where 7 Points continues to grow and package its own retail brand.

The business’ mission is to “bring its customers the best experience cannabis possible by offering quick delivery times, a large menu with all of the top brands in the market and discrete drop-off service,” Wall says. 

Its operators emphasize having discrete drop-offs and delivery speed for North County customers to help alleviate the stress of traveling far, and therefore can enjoy the ease of having their order delivered right to their door.

7 Points, standing for each leaf on the plant, has grown in terms of its product and services in a short time. There are plans to add more brands to its inventory, as well as launching an Express Menu, “which will give customers the option to shop a limited menu but with a delivery time of one hour or less,” Wall says. He hopes to launch this service in early-to-mid May “and bring North County (and South County) residents their cannabis faster than ever before,” he adds.

7 Points

SLO Delivery Contact: (805) 439-2652


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