Yes, there are lots of dispensaries in Oklahoma City and likely in other Oklahoma cities and towns.
We were going down North May the other day and counted four of the damn things in about three blocks. However, the number of them at this point in time isn't relevant to what is going on. It appears that the majority of them are not open for business. There is one a couple of blocks South of 50th Street and Meridian. It was the first one opened up close to us. I drive by it a half dozen times every week and have yet to see an auto in front of the dispensary. We never saw a car in front of the ones on North May either.
There are issues with the implementation here in Oklahoma. Many forget that marijuana is still illegal in the US. I'm sure not an expert on the marijuana sales. It is my understandings that federal law prohibits the sale that results on it being a "cash" business.
Anyone want to accumulate over $10,000 in cash and then make deposits in your bank or try to spend that amount for other purposes?
We have a lawyer in the family who was approached by a group here in Oklahoma that tried to get her to work on a process to avoid the law. Her opinion was that it wasn't possible and she told them to find someone else. We also have a former banker in the family and the banks aren't interested in doing business with them.
Anyway, if anyone wants to explain the issues of the marijuana laws that are barriers to the business. I don't know if this is just an issue in Oklahoma or nationwide.