Vape NY Opening Electronic Cigarette Store at 40 Rivington

Posted on: July 19th, 2013 at 6:34 am by
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Electronic cigarettes are everywhere these days. It seems like at least one person in every bar sucks on it; bodega windows and payphone furniture across the city advertise ’em; and New York Magazine covered the current corporate gold rush mentality to develop such stogie alternatives (i.e. NJOY). Dedicated stores are also popping up. Like this new one at 40 Rivington Street, which previously housed the Ale et Ange boutique.

Vape NY, as it’s called, just planted its flag at 40 Rivington, and will be opening later this week. The outpost offers their own branded electronic cigarettes, vaporizers, and accessories.

We get the feeling that in a few years, experts will discover how horible these things are for you. Do you think the phenomenon is really catching on?

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