Last week, NVC went to the White House to meet with the OMB on behalf of vapers everywhere. We gave an impassioned plea and described the future landscape of a world without vaping products. We hope we helped bring to light the importance of keeping vaping products affordable and accessible to vapers.
In November, National Vapers Club’s Cheryl Richter hosted a webinar that featured the leaders in vaping today: Julie Woessner of CASAA, Cynthia Cabrera of SFATA, Greg Conley of AVA and Mike Hogan, SFATA’s national lobbyist. If you missed it live, make sure you listen now:
In October, National Vapers Club was asked to attend the TMA conference, where industry leaders got together with Public Health professionals and FDA staff to discuss what common sense regulations from industry expert should really look like. We were happy to see many true experts turn out to impart their wisdom, and look forward to further discussions.
In the meantime, there are some things things that vendors — and consumers — should be doing right now:
2) Store owners should encourage their costumers to follow the customer to-do-list below.
3) Call your representatives in the House and Senate and ask them to move the grandfather date from 2007 because otherwise the products you sell and use today will be off the market.Consumers 1) Shop only at responsible vape shops that are involved in the fight.