Wednesday, 13 February 2013

Local News Story - Pub Bans E-cigs (again)

It seems that every few weeks, or so, a local newspaper publishes an article about someone, somewhere, who is annoyed and doesn't understand why they are not allowed to use their e-cig in a local pub, usually a Wetherspoons.

This week, it is the Hartlepool Mail who report that 2 local e-cig users are shocked to discover that e-cigs are not allowed in some of the town centre Pubs.



You can read the full story here :


Whilst I cannot see why a pub would ban an electronic cigarette, I do accept that pubs and clubs are private property and the owner can apply any rule they like, and they do not have to give a reason.

BUT

I do like reading these stories. Everytime a pub asks a person not to use an e-cig on their premises and that person goes running to the local paper to complain - It gives electronic cigarettes a free advert.

Every time this happens, there is a story about how someone who has smoked for 20/30/40 years has not had a cigarette since using an e-cig. How e-cigs produce harmless vapour and how there is no reason why they cannot be used indoors.

So, thank-you Wetherspoons for another free advert for our wonderful electronic cigarettes, and there are plenty of other pubs who have no problems at all with their customers using a harmless e-cig whilst having a drink. 

There is only one loser in this kind of story (clue - begins with the letter W)


4 comments:

  1. the sooner jd wetherspoons go bankrupt the better..bye bye tim martin...tony blairs bum boy.

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  2. Should just go to The Arches Park Road Hartlepool and buy one from the new Ecig shop there.

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  3. VaporFi is the #1 electronic cigarettes provider.

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