Halo Retailer Spotlight: Vaporious of Marietta, GA

Halo Retailer Spotlight: Vaporious of Marietta, GA

Vaporious owner, Jason, saw the success and ease at which he could improve his lifestyle with e-cigarettes. Him and his partner Jennifer wanted to spread that message, so they opened up a vape shop.

While we were busy exploring the peachy streets of Atlanta, we found our way to one of our retailers in Marietta, GA, Vaporious. Store owner, Jason Wells shared with us the inspiration behind his shop (which also happens to be pet friendly) and educated us on the Georgia Smoke Free Association.

Watch the video now.

(00:18) Why did you start selling vape products?
(1:22) What do you like most about being in this business?
(1:59) What’s the spirit or vibe of your company?
(2:25) How do you want your customers to feel when they enter your store?
(2:40) What’s unique or special about your store?
(3:05) What does vaping mean to you?
(3:32) What’s your customers’ favorite Halo Flavor?
(3:54) How has Halo helped your business?
(4:33) Is there an interesting story behind your store name?
(5:25) What advice would you give to someone trying to quit smoking?
(5:51) Can you tell us about your part with the Georgia Smoke Free Association?
(7:08) Why do you think it’s important for people to stand with the Cole-Bishop Amendment?
(8:02) Tell us about the origins of the Georgia Smoke Free Association?
(8:52) Final thoughts.

Thanks for opening your shop to us, Jason! We really enjoyed chatting with you and your customers, and even a four legged friend.

Vaporious

Vaporious is located at 2100 Roswell Rd in Marietta, Georgia. Stop by to see Alan and his outstanding employees — and tell them Halo sent you!

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