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Chamber holds ribbon cutting at B.B. Vape

Posted: Thursday, October 2, 2014

The Huntington County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting at the new B.B. Vape store, on Thursday, October 2. The event took place at their facility located at 45 E. Market Street.

B.B. Vape was founded when owner, Bart Berry says, “Five years ago I was trying to quit smoking and was buying my electronic cigarettes and liquids online, and they were not good quality.” Berry says he decided to make his own flavors, and after family and friends who were also trying to quit smoking expressed interest in his product, he began an online company. “Then, it grew into this store,” he said. Berry says he wanted to open the store to help even more people quit smoking, and also to offer a quality product to anyone who uses electronic cigarettes or vaping devices.

All of Berry’s e-liquid is made in house, by Berry himself. He uses either propylene glycol or vegetable glycerin to create the liquid, both of which are “safe, and found in foods,” Berry says. The food grade ingredients are all made in the United States. The customer may create their own e-liquid by choosing which substance they want, and also the amount of nicotine they would like in the liquid, if any at all. B.B. Vape currently has 93 different flavors in which to choose.

Store hours are Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Friday and Saturday, 1 p.m. to 9 p.m.  B.B. Vape offers weekly drawings, loyalty cards and gift certificates, starter kits, devices and accessories. For more information, you can reach Berry at (260) 200-1234.

Shown in the photo from left, Bobby Bailey, All American Home Remodeling & Repair and Chamber Ambassador; Tara Garretson, Quality Inn and Chamber Ambassador; Tammy Berry, Bart Berry, owner, B.B. Vape; Allen Hoffman, Kyle Allen, both from B.B. Vape and Belinda Clancy, Markle Health & Rehabilitation and Chamber Ambassador.