Image: Blue Line Protection via Denver Business Journal

A Denver-area company that provides security for marijuana businesses moving around large amounts of cash said it’s growing in the city.

Blue Line Protection Group Inc. said it’s opening a new 12,000-square-foot facility in Denver that will be able to house its armored vehicles, count companies’ cash and store cash in vaults.

It’s scheduled to open in the first quarter of next year, the company said.

Right now in Colorado, the marijuana industry is basically operating as an all-cash industry, because national banks don't want anything to do with pot, since it's still technically illegal nationally.

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Ben Miller ~ Denver Business Journal ~

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