- VPR Brands recently announced the availability of its ‘Guide to 2020 U.S. Presidential Candidates on Cannabis Issues’
- The company is working to establish the Honeystick brand as a market leader in cannabis vaporizers
- Honeystick recently launched its HRB Turbo Dry Herb Vaporizer
VPR Brands LP (OTC: VPRB) recently announced the availability of its ‘Guide to 2020 U.S. Presidential Candidates on Cannabis Issues’. The 2020 election may be the first for which the views of presidential candidates on marijuana issues have been compiled into a guide. VPR has sponsored this guide, which contains an extensive analysis of every candidate’s stance on cannabis issues (http://cnw.fm/KP2ad).
“The time has come to elect a president who’ll establish a nationwide standard for cannabis as a legal substance, distributed through a regulated industry with access to capital markets, with pardons and reparations considered for those who found themselves ahead of the law,” VPR Brands CEO Kevin Frija stated in a news release. “I looked for a single point of reference that clarified each one’s stances and accomplishments in the cannabis space… I couldn’t find it. I don’t think it existed until today.”
The 24-page guide is available at www.VPRBrands.com/Cannabis-Vote-2020
VPR Brands is a global leader in the product development of vaporizers and e-cigarettes containing nicotine, CBD extracts and accessories for essential oils. The company is working to build an international presence of its Honeystick brand (http://cnw.fm/vjLZ9) as a global producer of cannabis vaporizers.
Ezequiel Pavlotsky, VBR Brands’ director of international sales, has been in Europe since last year, focused on building new industry relationships and representing Honeystick at every major cannabis expo (http://cnw.fm/9cZ6o). Honeystick will now be available in the European Union through its newest distributors: Near Dark in Germany, AllGrano Distribución in Chile, and B.O.B. Headquarters and Humble & Fume in Canada. Honeystick is also available online on Amazon UK.
Honeystick produces high-quality vaporizers that offer sound performance. VPR Brands also launched HRB Turbo, its pocket-sized, dry-herb vaporizer designed to take the consumer vape experiences to the next level. This ultra-premium, dry-herb vaporizer is priced competitively at $99.
“The HRB Turbo is the best dry-herb vaporizer under $100 on the market,” VPR Brands COO Dan Hoff stated in a news release (http://cnw.fm/d96PH). “The luxurious feel and performance of the unit makes it truly a great value for anyone on the market looking for a top-tier pocket vaporizer who doesn’t want to spend an arm and a leg. With many of our clients requesting us to make more products for dry herb, it’s a perfect fit into our product line.”
For more information, visit the company’s website at www.VPRBrands.com
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