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. We’ve done a tremendous amount of sales since we lowered our prices from what they used to be, and more people are switching over to e-cigarettes,” Assistant Manager at Overstock eCigs, Bryce Drager said.
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