Smoke Genie® Electronic Cigarette Praised by Wisconsin and Michigan Tavern Owners, Introduces 5% Summer Sale

Smoke Genie®, a nationwide reseller of electronic cigarettes is reporting explosive sales growth through its website. The company credits the success to a recent ban against smoking in Wisconsin and Michigan bars and taverns.

Gulf Shores, AL, July 21, 2010 --( Smoke Genie® today announced a "Smokin’ Summer Sale" and will include a free wall charger and 5% off with every single order for a limited time only.

The promotion was introduced to raise awareness for a smoke free alternative and in response to recent bans against smoking in Wisconsin and Michigan.

The need for a solution is nationwide. Bars and taverns across the country have been searching for a smoke-free alternative to keep their businesses thriving while non-smoking bans continue to be introduced.

"We want to help bars and restaurants by building awareness of the Smoke Genie® alternative," says Richard Davis, company spokesperson of Smoke Genie®.

Many consider that the solution to a non-smoking environment is electronic cigarettes or ecigs. The device looks, feels and tastes like a regular cigarette but instead of harmful tar and smell, the unfavorable ingredients are replaced with a safer glycol based nicotine solution which creates the taste and even the smoke-like vapor of a real cigarette.

Bars are embracing the electronic cigarettes because it allows them to run business-as-usual without passive smoking effects to other guests.

"We chose the Smoke Genie e-cig because of their superior quality backed by a solid customer service experience. Their cost and shipping policies were superior and in just 3 days we had our order," says Robert Wilson of Bob’s Tavern (Milwaukee, WI)

Bar and restaurant owners agree that e-cigarettes decrease business concerns related to the smoking ban.

"Many of our customers have switched permanently to the Smoke Genie® due to the huge cost savings and documented health benefits over traditional tobacco cigarettes," says Richard Davis

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