Electronic cigarettes gain popularity in our area
“It should lead to better product performance and reduced variability,” he added. Altria has not disclosed details of its MarkTen campaign, and Sylvia declined to answer whether the company would advertise on TV or radio. But Altria is holding the product to standards similar to those for its traditional cigarette brands, he said.
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Iowa, Nebraska, and South Dakota don’t cover them under their smoke free laws. Instead, it is up to individual owners and managers to decide if people can use e-cigarettes inside. And, this is just one reason why the sales have taken off. “It’s been pretty much a steady climb ever since we opened up,” Revolver Vapor Shop Owner Patrick Gill said. “Business is doing good.
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