In Washington, where the legal pot industry kicked off last week, companies like Winterlife jumped in to fill demand from consumers for marijuana while the state spent the past 19 months building the regulations and licensing growers and retailers. Winterlife has 25 to 30 delivery personnel in cars and bicycles with operators fielding between 400 and 600 calls a day. They have a website that features their products, marijuana flowers, edibles and pipes. After making a call, the consumer's phone is relayed to a driver, who then asks them where they want to meet. - UT San Diego - June 5, 2014, Kristie "Parrot" Rodgers, left, packages marijuana for delivery at Winterlife.