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Discussion in 'Michigan Vapers' started by VapieDan, Jul 3, 2015.

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  1. VapieDan

    VapieDan Vaping Master ECF Veteran Verified Member

    I would like to recommend the Expo be moved from Ann Arbor for two reasons. The Anti Vaping legislation of Washtenaw County and a location more suited to the event. Multiple rooms for the exhibition were a hassle and the parking was non existent. It would also be a great "show of force" to our State legislators. I would think somewhere in the Lansing area would be even more centrally located than Ann Arbor. Any thoughts or other proposed locations?
  2. VapieDan

    VapieDan Vaping Master ECF Veteran Verified Member

    By now you are all aware of the problems with Vape Expo NJ and the board of health banning vaping in the facility. As stated above lets make certain the next Michigan show has been thoroughly coordinated to avoid restriction problems.
  3. 440BB

    440BB Vaping Master ECF Veteran Verified Member

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    One thing to note is that the VapeXpo in Ann Arbor is not related to the NJ event and has run for four years. VapeXpo 2015 was a fund raising event to help The Vaping Militia fight for our right to vape. It has always been a free event to attend. I chose to make a donation to The Vaping Militia, but that was my choice after checking in to the meet. I believe one of the reasons they returned to that hotel is specifically their vape friendly management.

    The Vape Expo NJ required a "club membership" fee to enter, and was managed by an entirely different group of people. They just adopted a very similar name to the original.

    I'm pretty sure the Ann Arbor VapeXpo volunteers would want vapers to know the difference.
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  4. VapieDan

    VapieDan Vaping Master ECF Veteran Verified Member

    I believe you misunderstood the nature of my comment. The Ann Arbor and New Jersey events are not related other than the fact they are both vape shows. My point is ALL show promoters take great pains to ensure all Is have been dotted ant Ts crossed when it comes to anti vaping ordinances. Washtenaw County has an indoor ban. Will they show up and close the show or ticket participants? Besides the revenues generated should go to vape friendly communities.
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