VaporEssence offers alternate to traditional cigarettes

VaporEssence offers many different e-cigarette options to match all budgets. (CONTRIBUTED)
VaporEssence offers many different e-cigarette options to match all budgets. (CONTRIBUTED)
Allison Jones has opened VaporEssence at 7643 U.S. 72 W., Suite C. (CONTRIBUTED)
Allison Jones has opened VaporEssence at 7643 U.S. 72 W., Suite C. (CONTRIBUTED)

MADISON – Allison Jones’ new business, VaporEssence, has changed her life.

VaporEssence offers several starter kits for electronic cigarettes, or e-cigarettes, with all components to switch from cigarettes to ‘vaping.’ After opening VaporEssence in December 2013, Jones stopped smoking on New Year’s Day.

“E-cigarettes mimic behavioral aspects of smoking, which can help smokers wean themselves off tobacco more easily than with nicotine gum or patches,” Jones said.

VaporEssence offers many different e-cigarette options to match all budgets. “We also offer a variety of e-liquid (e-juice) flavors. Try VE Juice and other fabulous flavors,” Jones said.

Jones invites visitors to “come ‘vape’ in the ‘Vape Bar.'” Customers can sample 15 top-selling flavors that change weekly. “We allow customers to try the e-liquid, or E- juice, before they purchase.”

VaporEssence sells Halo, Kanger and Ego, most well-known e-cigarettes and 75 flavors of e-liquid. Accessories are available for e-cigarettes, like batteries, clearomizers (tanks), atomizers, replacement coils, lanyards and suction e-cigarette holders.

“Electronic cigarettes are not a smoking device,” Jones said. “They are a safer alternative to smoking tobacco products. If you want to quit smoking or you have a loved one you want to stop, e-cigarettes can help you and them to be successful.”

Jones predicts VaporEssence will succeed because of customer assistance, such as using educated methods that fit the customer. “Every customer is different. VaporEssence will assist the customer in making the right decision,” Jones said.

Jones and her staff communicate one-on-one with customers to discuss individual needs. “Customers leave knowing everything about their purchase. We also assist customers with any questions they may have over the phone,” she said.

Jones opened “in Madison County due to the tax rate. Also, Highway 72 is a very great location.”

Store hours are Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. VaporEssence’s address is 7643 U.S. 72 W., Suite C, across from Outback and inside Cirrus Salon.

For more information, call 256-325-0872 or visit Facebook/VaporEssence.

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