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Quantum Vapor: Setting Its Mark as a Vaping/E-Cigarette Industry Leader

NEW YORK, March 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The tobacco industry and world economy is being jolted by a new sector that is projected to grow exponentially over the next few years and that sector is the Vaping/E-Cig industry.  At the forefront of this smoking revolution is Quantum Vapor (  Quantum Vapor is a wholesale and retail distributor of electronic cigarettes, vaping products, e-liquids and accessories which specializes in high quality products and flavorings with a primary focus on outstanding customer service.  With a massive inflow of start-up companies entering the infant industry in an attempt to gain a small piece of the enormous market share, Quantum Vapor is able to differentiate itself from all others by providing customers with first hand experience that no other company can match.  Through high end vaping equipment offered at affordable prices and a stable of over 100 signature all natural and organic flavor blends and 4 trillion possible e-liquid flavor blends that can be created by each individual customer to suite their personal preferences through the "Quantum Flux Juice Bar," Quantum Vapor has emerged as a Vaping/E-Cigarette industry leader.

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In 2011, high school friends and vaping aficionados Timothy Braun and Eric Totten recognized their leisurely hobby was about to become more than just a fad.  Electronic cigarette industry sales were expected to increase to $1.5 billion in 2013, $2.5 billion in 2014 and $5.0 billion in 2015.  Mr. Braun and Mr. Totten became enamored by the prospect of a product that provided many of the desired results of the smoking sensation but contained significantly less toxins than cigarettes, offered a much better taste through a variety of e-liquid flavors ranging from Strawberry to Almond to Black Currant, and aided in the rehabilitation of cigarette smokers by providing a more effective method to quit smoking than traditional nicotine replacement products through the physical stimuli of holding and puffing on an electronic cigarette or mechanical personal vaporizer.  The two entrepreneurs knew if they could utilize their personal expertise by developing the highest quality and best tasting e-liquids made of the purest ingredients and conveniently offered such to the vaping community at reasonable prices, they could make a major impact.  Quantum Vapor was born and its website home at became an instant success.

"We started offering to the entire vaping community the opportunity to live our personal daily vaping experience," Timothy Braun explains.  "Once people were able to create their own blends from limitless flavor options created with the purest all natural and organic ingredients, the tastes just blew everyone away."  Quantum Vapor offers its customers freedom from the clutches of cigarette smoking.  Through the "Quantum Flux Juice Bar and Flavor Lab," it provides the World's most advanced e-liquid flavor "lab" that offers custom blends of e-liquids created by customers as well as the ability to try their own blend.  Quantum has over 100 base flavors and the capacity to create over 4 trillion unique mixes of original blends.  To date, its customers have discovered over 1,500 unique blends.  "Why put a cigarette or even a nicotine flavored e-cig in your mouth when you could put such Quantum Vapor creations as Grand Marnier, Bubble Gum and, my personal favorite, Chaos Theory which is a combination of Passion Fruit, Guava, Strawberry and Lemon.  It's a no-brainer," stated Eric Totten.  Using the revolutionary "Quantum Flux Juice Bar and Flavor Lab," user created flavors can be posted to for the world to see and purchase.  When other customers purchase your flavor design, "Quarks" (Quantum Vapor's innovative loyalty point program) are awarded to your account.  These Quarks can be used as cash on future purchases at alongside Quarks rewarded from standard purchases.

Quantum Vapor is in the process of expanding its domination of the market from wholesale and retail online sales to brick and mortar retail stores.  It recently opened its first Quantum flagship store in Rockaway, New Jersey and is celebrating this success by offering an evening with vaping legend Phil Busardo on March 29, 2014.  Quantum Vapor has plans to expand its retail locations throughout the Eastern United States to twenty locations by the end of 2015.  The Quantum e-liquids are so unique with tastes so unmatchable that many other e-cigarette retailers throughout the United States sell the Quantum e-liquids in their stores as Authorized Quantum Vapor distributors.  "Our wholesale sales are booming," states Timothy Braun.  "It's truly the greatest compliment to know that peers want to offer our product in their stores more than any other e-liquid available on the market today."  The future is wide open for Quantum Vapor and it is undeniably becoming an industry leader.  Touted by many as the "Apple" of the E-Cig industry due to the "clean" look of its retail location which is filled with leather couches, custom built furniture and sixty-inch flat screen televisions, Quantum Vapor has carved-out a true niche for itself by distinguishing its product from all others.  "We are not Marlboro.  We are not Logic.  We are not Blu," adds Eric Totten.  "We are a completely different experience and the vaping community recognizes it."

Quantum Vapor has brought a breath of fresh air to the lives of cigarette smokers and e-cig users alike.  It is destined to be a true force in this vastly expanding industry.  Quantum Vapor has become more than just another "vape shop" – it is a true lifestyle.

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