The Roll-Up #151: NBA star Al Harrington turns hashish entrepreneur
Leafly PodcastsJuly 10, 2020
Former NBA star Al Harrington’s cannabis brand Viola is expanding into many legal states, but the company’s heart remains in Detroit. (AdobeStock)
Episode 151: NBA star Al Harrington on cannabis, business, and Detroit
Al Harrington named his cannabis company after his grandmother, Viola, and he continues to honor his roots with the company’s flagship store and grow facility in Detroit. We talk with him about Viola’s location on the Detroit River, bringing in their first crop, and helping other Black entrepreneurs through his new business incubator.
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