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    Posted January 28, 2014 by
    Los Angeles, California

    Founder and CEO of Easy Vape Club fights unfair e-cig regulations


    Founder and CEO of Easy Vape Club fights unfair e-cig regulations


    With a background in Business Law and Consumer Protection, Easy Vape Club Founder and CEO Matt Navid has launched an online venture that could be the next big thing - and he wants to make sure no unfair regulations get in the way.


    Electronic cigarettes and monthly subscription clubs have been all the buzz lately. The newly launched company,, combines the two. Navid has created an e-liquid subscription platform where members get gourmet e-liquid delivered to them on a monthly basis and at a deep discount. E-liquid is the flavored liquid (often containing nicotine) that goes into an electronic cigarette and produces the smoke-like vapor.


    Navid is aware of the threat of heavy regulation on the industry and believes that his background in the legal field will serve him well when it comes to understanding and complying with or challenging any newly enacted laws. In response to a proposed bill in January 2014 that would ban online sales of electronic cigarettes in California, Navid immediately created a petition on that already has a few thousand signatures. Navid plans on handing the petition to various legislators, including the bill's lead advocate State Assemblyman Roger Dickinson, before the bill gets voted on or advanced.


    Navid states "I'm extremely excited to see how quickly Easy Vape Club will grow. We've only been in business for about a week and are constantly getting contacted by vendors and vaping enthusiasts wanting to join. It would be a shame for unfair regulations on an industry that is seemingly the most effective means for kicking a tobacco habit to hinder that growth."


    For more information on the petition and Easy Vape Club, please visit and


    You can reach Matt Navid at

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