Thursday, June 19, 2014 | Posted: 6:23 a.m. Thursday, June 19, 2014 Marijuana takeout? Seattle students create pot-delivery phone app Two 19-year-old students are preparing to launch the phone app Canary next month. Seattle students create pot-delivery phone app Sponsored Links KIRO-TV Seattle SEATTLE University of Washington students Josiah Tullis and Megh Vakharia said their parents were not exactly excited about their business plan, but they were impressed by their entrepreneurial spirit. “My mom called me and went, ‘Wait, what are you up to?’ I said, ‘We’re starting this business!’ ” Vakharia said. (My mothers) main guideline is, Go ahead and pursue this business; just don’t partake in what you’re delivering, and I was like, OK, OK, Mom! The two 19-year-old students are preparing to launch the phone app Canary in Seattle sometime late next month. But what is it? “The easiest way we say it, is that it’s Uber for marijuana, Tullis said. “Canary is an on-demand service that allows you to get cannabis delivered right to your doorstep, Vakharia said. The app will allow medical-marijuana cardholders to order different strains of pot in different amounts from their favorite dispensaries. The deliveries are then made by a driver.
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