C-Stores Give Adult Smokers Options With High-Quality Vape Pens

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Photograph courtesy of Bidi Vapor

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With adult smokers (21 and older) looking for options beyondcombustible tobacco products, Bidi™ Vapor, LLC, the maker of the premium vape pen called Bidi™ Stick, announced a new 100-Pack Acrylic Display Case for convenience-store countertops.

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The new 100-pack acrylic countertop display allows retailers to show customers the product’s 10 distinct varieties and position their stores as a destination for a wide range of electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS), say officials with Bidi™ Vapor. In addition, this countertop display is not self-dispensing, which is in line with Bidi Youth Access Prevention Program’s effort to combat underage vaping. 

Changing the vaping industry, the Bidi™ Stick features medical-grade parts, no charging required, and an even, consistent vaping experience. It provides adult customers interested in a disposable option with enough e-liquid and long-lasting battery power to match use time with value. Device construction, e-liquid formulation and overall functionality align with adult smokers’ preferences for a premium vaping experience in every puff.

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