It’s that time of the year for one if not the largest trade show for the vaping industry is upon us. Last year it was held in Ponoma, California. This year it takes a trip on down to the strip of Las Vegas, proof that the electronic cigarette industry is booming. Sponsored by names such as Lost Art and Liquid Guys, expect some incredible company sets and some phenomenal debuts. Last year ECC was a six building event. In ninety plus degree weather we undertook a vaping marathon of epic proportions. A trip to ECC is a special event for any level of vaper, meeting the people behind your all day vapes is well worth the trip, the freebies make it well worth it.
Vapers who attend ECC can expect departing with several hundred dollars worth of merchandise, some into the low thousands. I returned home to New York City with well over 400 bottles of vape liquids to either review or just enjoy. The event offers companies the ability to introduce potential customers to their juice, the best way to stand out is to hand out the product and sit back. One of the other benefits to ECC is meeting the random video reviewers as well as the owners of companies you already purchase from directly. Last year we ran into the folks from Breazy, Sigelei, KangerTech, and Grimm Green. Special shoutout to Cuttwood Mike! One tip for an ECC trip is to hydrate plenty ahead of time, the amount of vaping you will do at one of these events can take its toll. On my flight back to the big apple my jaw started tingling some. Whether you plan on flying in, are considering taking a drive, or riding the rails to ECC expect this year to be bigger and more impressive than ever. We’ll see you there.