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The push for Las Vegas to go smoke-free has been simmering for some time and now the well-known Vegas Strip will see its first smoke-free casino: the Park MGM. The Park MGM is among the last casinos to reopen after the city faced closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic. When it reopens on Sept. 30, […]
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Cigar Dojo, a popular app geared toward the online cigar community, has announced the launch of its updated app. The Cigar Dojo App 2.0 comes with a number of features including cigar check-ins, activity points, groups, events and for the first time is available outside of the Google and Apple app stores. Cigar Dojo was […]
In the biblical story of creation, which is told in the first chapters of Genesis, God created night and day; the heavens and the earth; dry land and sea; plant life; the stars, sun and moon; the birds and sea creatures; every kind of wildlife and humanity—all in six days. At the end of each […]
Lost & Found Cigars, a company run and operated by Robert Caldwell, Tony Bellatto and Jaclyn Sears, has announced its latest charitable project–ONE. ONE will be a collaboration between Lost & Found Cigars and Protocol Cigars. ONE is a new release with 100 percent of the proceeds from the sale of the product going to […]
With Sept. 9, 2020 being the deadline for tobacco manufacturers to submit a premarket tobacco application (PMTA) for products that lack predicate status, he U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced that it will be publishing and making public a list of tobacco products that are required to submit PMTA applications. This move will […]
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ITShub, the hybrid event announced during the COVID-19 pandemic by the organizers of InterTabac, has been cancelled due to a rise in COVID-19 cases. The event was scheduled to take place at the Dortmund Exhibition Centre Nov. 3-4, 2020. InterTabac, and the recently announced interactive ITShub event, would have brought together the tobacco and smoking […]
Mom. Baseball. Apple pie. These three things have traditionally been viewed as the quintessential essence of the United States. By 1860, the phrase “as American as apple pie” was already in use. By World War II, when asked why they were fighting in the war, American GIs often responded, “for mom and apple pie,” and […]
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In part 2 of Tobacco Business‘ exclusive interview with Room101’s Matt Booth, Booth talks about his time and experiences in the boutique cigar industry, the challenges he’s faced while building his brand and his plans for the future. For part 1 of this story, click here. Making the Brand Booth’s 2008 meeting with Austin and […]
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Changes are in store for Ventura Cigar Co. as it consolidates its brands and restructures in the face of increasing costs association with complying with regulations imposed by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). As part of the restructuring, Michael Giannini, who joined the company back in 2017, has left his position as Ventura […]
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In every box of Oliva Cigars’ Serie V Melanio, you’ll find something else within it in addition to highly rated premium cigars–a Quick Response (QR) code (QR). QR codes have been used on packaging for some time to provide retailers and consumer with additional information on a product, including the source of its ingredients and […]
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