Fayetteville vape shop reacts to Walmart eliminating e-cigarette sales (KNWA)

Fayetteville vape shop reacts to Walmart eliminating e-cigarette sales (KNWA)


OF A MYSTERIOUS LUNG DISEASE THAT HAS KILLED EIGHT PEOPLE. OUR ANDREW EPPERSON IS LIVE IN FAYETTEVILLE TO TELL US HOW LOCAL VAPE SHOPS ARE REACTING. (*ANDRE*)) SOME OF NORTHWEST ARKANSAS’ VAPE SHOPS ANTICIPATE GETTING MORE BUSINESS AFTER WALMART ANNOUNCES IT’LL STOP SELLING E- CIGARETTES. JEFFREY CHURCH IS THE STORE MANAGER FOR OHMIES ON M- L-K, AND HE SAYS THE COMPANY’S DECISION IS A KNEE-JERK REACTION TO WHAT HE CALLS AN “INCOMPLETE STUDY”. HE SAYS IN HIS EXPERIENCE, VAPING HAS HELPED PEOPLE JEFFREY CHURCH, OHMIES STORE MANAGER 374 15:29:53:17 “FOR THE CUSTOMERS THAT DO GET VAPE PRODUCTS FROM WALMART, I DO RECOMMEND THEM COMING AND SEEING A SHOP LIKE US. I DO THINK WALMART’S GONNA LOSE BUSINESS. THAT’S A NORMAL THING. THEY SHOULD COME AND SEE US.” (*ANDRE*)) CHURCH SAYS HIS SHOP WON’T FOLLOW IN WALMART’S FOOTSTEPS, AND HE DOESN’T ANTICIPATE ANY VAPE SHOPS IN NORTHWEST ARKANSAS DOING SO. (*ANDRE*)) HE SAYS THE PROBLEMS INVOLVE T-H-C CARTRIDGES AND NOT THE VAPES THEMSELVES. LIVE IN FAYETTEVILLE, ANDREW EPPERSON, KNWA NORTHWEST ARKANSAS NEWS. (*CRYSTA*)) ANDREW THANKS. IN CONTINUING COVERAGE NINE VAPING ILLNESSES HAVE BEEN CONFIRMED ACROSS THE

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