Hey there, vape fans!
I know you’re all vaping, but there’s a good chance you’ve still got smokers in your life. Friends, family, coworkers, private detectives, cat-calling construction workers, mysterious X-Files antagonists… There are still a lot of smokers out there who haven’t yet made the switch. In today’s Dear Summit blog, I’ll give you some tips on getting people in your life to make the switch!
1. Let a smoker try vaping with your equipment.
Chances are, you have a few options for vaping. The smokers in your life perhaps haven’t tried vaping. Remember your first vape? For many, it’s mind-blowing: a flavorful, lighter puff that gives you the nicotine without the stench of combustion. Feel free to blow minds by letting a smoker blow a few clouds! You may have a spare e-cigarette to loan. If you loan your equipment out, be sure to give the borrower a thorough lesson in vaping safety and instructions on how to use the device properly.
2. Tell a smoker how vaping has changed your life.
Vaping changes lives in many ways. Be real, be honest. Tell the smokers how your car isn’t covered in ash. Tell the smokers about how much better you smell. Tell them about the exciting “hobby” aspect of vaping. Word-of-mouth endorsement is one of the most effective means of shaping perspective. To convert the smokers, be completely honest, and they may be receptive.
3. Give the gift of vapor.
The most important part of any journey is the first step. Sometimes, smokers are set in their ways and have a hard time making the first step: laying down the initial investment. If you buy a smoker a vape setup, and direct them to Mt. Baker Vapor, you will very likely galvanize an exciting change in their life.
Though vaping is a relatively young industry, there is a wealth of information (and misinformation) on the topic. Prominent publications, studies, forums, and blogs are all over the internet and print media world, and are illuminating to smokers looking to make the switch.
Well that’s it for this week’s Dear Summit installation. As always, if you have any questions or concerns, be sure to leave them in the comments section below!
Something to think about:
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