Business Booming

Every day, around a hundred people walk into Vixen Vapors in Pantego, TX. Lyndee Davis opened the electronic cigarette store – decorated with red, white and blue – a year and a half ago. Starting out, business was slow, she says. “Now we have 25 employees to help us run the store and the day-to-day functions,” Davis says. Vixen Vapors is like the Starbucks of e-cigarettes.

Pat Cox of Fort Worth wears her e-cigarette on a lanyard around her neck, “After 58 years,” she says, “I quit smoking. And I wouldn’t trade my vapor for all the tea in china.”

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