Ownlife Vapor Podcast 50 – Vape for Your Ownlife

Greetings, vape fans! This weeks installment of Ownlife is a momentous occasion for us as it is our 50th episode of the podcast. 

We have a very special episode of Ownlife for you this week as it is our 50th episode! Tim, Kenny, Isaiah and John are joined by the founders of the show, Michael and Nick, who explain the history of the show, the meaning of the term Ownlife, as well as share memories from past episodes. We also discuss the new customer loyalty program and it’s benefits.



The views and opinions expressed on this podcast are solely those of the original authors and other contributors. These views and opinions do not necessarily represent those of Mt. Baker Vapor LLC, and/or any/all contributors to this show. This show is intended for person’s over the age of 18 years old due to the subject matter and language. 

Kenny Spotz

Kenny joined the Mt. Baker Vapor crew in November of 2014 because he was excited by the idea of working in such a cutting-edge industry. Beyond MBV, he's an avid musician, writer, and hiker.

  • Kevin and Eve says:

    Great program. Great way to give back to the customers. So many different ways to earn points. Discovered MVB several months ago. Awesome juice at unbeatable prices. Will be a loyal customer to the end. Thanks so much. Great Job. Congrats on 50!

  • Bryan Miguez says:

    Good stuff. Thanks for the details on the loyalty program.

  • tony says:

    nice podcast

  • Roger says:

    Hey guys great podcast I used to listen when it was Michael and the other guy only. It was interesting to hear your stories on how you got into vaping though I feel like part of the problem was minimized. I, like many people out there, smoked for 10 years half pad. Mostly the reason why I quit is because of health issues I started to have and other pressures from friends and family to quit. Again, I enjoyed listening though I was disappointed in a sense because you guys didn’t really get into the hardcore cigarette addicts that are out there nor the day to day health problems that all smokers face. Cigarette addiction is not something to marginalize; I felt like such an outlier while listening though I am one of many smokers out there who struggled to quit

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