April 20 is the unofficial holiday for pot, and with recreational marijuana now legal in Colorado, crowds turned out to celebrate.
One recreational pot shop owner in Pueblo West says he did more business over the few days leading up to Sunday than he did on opening day January first.
Rick Hooper, owner of Nature's Remedy, says Pueblo is benefiting from Amendment 64, with people coming from out of town to buy pot, and staying in hotels and eating a local restaurants during their stay.
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