A couple weeks ago, a few of us from the Vapor4Life team went to a local event in the city of Chicago called the “Taste of Lincoln Avenue” in Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood. This festival is huge and has been around for over 20 years so this was a big step for our three-year old company. It was a two-day event and both days were memorable.
This is a guest post written by bjfgator ~ Beth Fitzgerald from Nutter Fort, WV. She enjoys vaping, cooking, camping, laughing and writing.
I’m not really good at remembering dates but one date will be forever etched in my memory as one of the best days of my life… it’s the day my first package arrived from V4L. I share my infamous date with other historical events such as the abolishing of the Y formation in college football (1942), the clubbing of Nancy Kerrigan (1994), the last appearance of Elvis on the Ed Sullivan show (1957), and the end of the “Battle of the Bulge” (1945).
Names, names, what’s in a name? A name is a word or phrase by which a person, thing, or class of things is known, called, or spoken to or of. It is a word expressing some quality considered characteristics or descriptive of a person or thing, often showing approval or disapproval.*
We’ve been pretty busy lately doing some events at our Lounge in Northbrook, Illinois, as well as in our community. Last week Vapor4Life sponsored and participated in a farmers market and held a cookout and open house. This past Sunday we had a booth set up at a local festival.
Bars? No. Clubs? No. Blue Angel Diner? Also no. That’s how I felt when the smoking bans
went into effect. At the time I was in the peak of my smoking career and now I had to watch where I smoke? Fine. I’ll be complacent but what I hated the most wasn’t the glares, or the signs, the measurements of 15 or 20 feet. No. It was sports.
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This is a guest post written by LadyStrick9, from Chesapeake, VA who often refers to herself as a “vapaholic”.
Remember Sunday mornings when your kids were little? Years ago, I would sit on my front porch on Sunday mornings, watching my kids running, playing and laughing in my front yard. I love the sound of children’s laughter.
This is a guest post written by Keyzygirl from Key West, Florida. Laid back and vaping in paradise.
It’s amazing how far we have come as vapers. Just a few short years ago nobody knew what an electronic cigarette was. Now when you vape in public, people come up and ask about ecigs, and they have heard about them or seen them on TV. Ecigs are becoming acceptable to the public.
I am not a “full-time” vaper. I usually puff on an e-cigarette just a couple of times throughout the week. Because I am not addicted to nicotine, and don’t want to ever go back on that route, I use e-cigarette cartomizers that don’t have any nicotine in them (0mg).
This is a guest post written by Joyce B., an emergency management professional who has been enjoying Vapor4Life products for just over a year.
Let me say I generally despise proprietary anything. That is why I own iNothing. In spite of that, and in spite of the horrendous directions, I fell in love with this e-cig as soon as I saw it. I was easily able to figure out how to assemble it, how to fill the tank, and get it working straight out of the box. From the reed instrument-like design to the lack of an end “ash”, I found this unit to be sleek and sexy. It is designed for stealth.