If you have ever felt alone in your journey, when no one seemed to care, or no one was open-minded enough to hear your thoughts – these feelings end here.
We all have felt unrepresented, like no one was ever there to fight with us. Good thing there’s Kevin. Kevin Hill is also known as the Telford Vaper – a husband, a father and a vape enthusiast.
He got interested in vaping way back in a trade show in Worcester, where he first got an experience with e-cigs.
He began his journey into vaping with an eGo style e-cig, but this did not help him replace cigarettes. So, it hit him. What if I completely stop smoking, and buy an expensive and advanced e-cig instead? Then, he eventually stopped and pushed through with his plans. Therefore, he decided that he would stop smoking and move onto a more expensive and advanced mod. Eighteen months later, Kevin has added an Asmodus Triad to his collection.
But for Kevin just owning and vaping wasn’t enough, so he pitched an idea to a few sellers, and he was amazed to the amount of support they’ve given him. Initially, he just wanted to see if his idea was feasible or not. Telford Vape Show was born.
His event will now be sponsored by UK-based retailer lovevaping.com, and 19 other companies will exhibit their products and give off raffle prizes in the event.
The best part about the Telford Vape Show is that proceeds will go to charity.
Kevin hopes that this vape show will be held annually, and he looks at it as a chance for start-up or smaller businesses from the e-liquid to e-cigarette companies to exhibit their products.
So, vaping friends from the UK, the event will be held on August 19, from 12:00-4:00pm at Cordingley Hall, with an entrance fee of £2. The charities of the event are: Daddys with Angels; Great Ormond Street Hospital; Brains Trust and Libby Mae’s Little Angels. – Full article here
For more info about the event, you can visit the official Telford Vape Show site, and watch this video too!