About Us

VaporBrands International’s business is the development and ownership of culturally relevant electronic cigarette brands. The Company focuses on developing brands relevant to cultural niches and thereby acquiring market share in the e-cigarette marketplace – the fastest growing sector of the global tobacco business.

VaporBrands International creates its unique brands by establishing strategic marketing partnerships in the sports, liquor, casino and lifestyle industries and leveraging licensing and distribution opportunities.  The Company’s current brands include VAMP – secured through a ten year licensing agreement with Vampire Brands, LLC of Beverly Hills, CA – and now in development – Junkanoo.

Electronic Cigarettes

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VaporBrands International is uniquely positioned through its industry expertise and strategic partnerships to achieve commercial success by providing consumers with unique and satisfying state of the art e-cig technology and culturally relevant e-cig brands which are distinct from any competitor.

 

Guidelines

TSA Guidelines
Traveling with e-cigs and e-liquid on a plane isn’t something anyone wants to really waste much time thinking or worrying about. The TSA guidelines for traveling with liquid apply to nicotine e-liquid as well. As for your batteries, cartridges, clearomizer tanks, and whatever else – unless you’re taking an unreasonable amount, don’t sweat it. The TSA doesn’t currently have any restriction on e-liquid, or e-cig products.
State Laws
Currently, no states have completely banned e-cigarettes. However, several states have prohibited e-cigarette sales to minors and included them in their indoor smoking bans. California, Colorado, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Jersey and Utah have prohibited the sale of e-cigarettes to minors since March 2011. In New Jersey, e-cigarette use is banned in areas where smoking is banned. Currently, New Jersey is the only state that has this law. New York is considering a complete ban on electronic cigarettes.
Employers
Currently, many private employers are beginning to review the use of e-cigarettes in their workplaces. Several federal employers have banned e-cigarettes. The U.S. Air Force bans the use of e-cigarettes in most of its facilities based on the categorization by its Surgeon General’s office in 2010 of e-cigarettes as “tobacco products.” Additionally, the U.S. Department of Transportation prohibited the use of electronic cigarettes on airplanes, and plans to issue an official ban.

Legal Status

Because of the relative novelty of the technology and the possible relationship to tobacco laws and medical drug policies, electronic cigarette legislation and public health investigations are currently pending in many countries. Current regulations vary widely, from regions with no regulations to others banning the devices entirely. Partial list of countries where e-cigs are legal:

  • United Kingdom
  • Germany
  • Ireland
  • Hungary
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • Czech Republic