Oxford Dictionaries has named ‘vape’ the 2014 word of the year. It’s a verb meaning “to inhale and exhale the vapor produced by an electronic cigarette or similar device.” Vape was added to the dictionary in August and can also be used as a noun. Interested in getting started vaping electronic cigarettes? Visit Eversmoke.com
The electronic cigarette market across the World is growing exponentially. Traditional tobacco cigarette smokers are switching to better tasting and much cheaper e-cigs at incredible rates. Ironically huge tobacco corporations like Altria and Lorillard are scooping up small electronic cigarette brands in a fight for market share. This great article from gurufocus discusses the profitability of e-cigs and the potential for huge gains. We are assuming its a matter of time before online brands like Eversmoke get scooped up as well!
Greg Conley from the Washington Times penned a nice e-cig news article on regulation. He points out 42 states have passed laws banning the sale of electronic cigarettes to minors. He then disccuses more sweeping e-cig regulation and argues for a more common sense approach to these new vapor devices that arrived in America in 2007. Click the link above to read the news!
In a fabulous CNN opinion piece from Oliver Kershaw the founder and CEO of E-Cigarette Forum, Vaping.com and other e-cig related ventures he discusses the current battle between e-cigarettes and big tobacco. The article mainly discusses FDA regulation that could require a long paperwork process for e-cig approval. A process so long that online big tobacco will have the resources to meet. Oliver writes comprehensively supporting e-cigarettes while providing a a lot of valuable statistics. You can read it here.
It’s a tough question to answer but Lacie at Nerd Wallet asks are e-cig better than smoking? In a wonderfully crafted and comprehensive article she dicusses everything from the history of electronic cigarettes, their benefits and their costs. Much too long to go into full detail here E-Cig News strongly suggests you check it out if you want to learn more about e-cigs or are considering trying them!
CVS Pharmacy is about to ban the sale of tobacco in their stores across America but electronic cigarette makers hoping to capitalize on the CVS decision are frustrated they won’t carry e-cigarettes or other vapor products either. CVS claims they have never sold e-cigs and don’t plan too. Read the full article here at ABC News.
Eversmoke is having a massive Labor Day Sale offering a whopping 30% OFF all ecig starter kits and more. The time is now to make the switch to electronic cigarettes and start saving money. Not to mention Eversmoke ecigs taste great and function much like traditional tobacco cigarettes without the smelly smoke and disgusting buts. There is NO Eversmoke coupon or promo code needed the discount will be deducted automatically in your shopping cart. Eversmoke has a few sales a year and this Labor Day Sale is the perfect time to buy a starter kit and save! Click below to shop!
An older but fabulous article from Forbes business magazine claims e-cig bans should go up in smoke. The article discusses the massive differences between electronic cigarettes and their predecessors tradition tobacco cigarette. The author points to cities like New York and Chicago that have enacted restrictions on e-cigs and vaporizers. Bottom line we at Ecig News suggest vapers contact their local representatives and fight for your right to enjoy electronic cigarettes and other vapor!
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Here is a great article from Time Magazine claiming e-cigs are smokers’ favorite quitting tool. Gone are the days of prescription drugs, patches, gum, etc. The majority of tobacco smokers trying to kick the disgusting habit are turning to electronic cigarettes.
This great and informative article from the respective American Magazine discusses flawed electronic cigarette regulation. It argues that current FDA e-cig regulations will undermine efforts to persaude tobacco smokers to switch electronic cigarettes. They compare proposed regulations to the effort to legalize marijuana and make a strong argument. Read it here.