ProVape Could be One of Thousands of Small Business that Will Likely Shut Down
As a Result of the FDA’s New E-Cigarette Regulations
Monroe, WA – May 12, 2016 – ProVape, maker of the ProVari and the largest vape hardware company in the U.S., will be one of thousands of small businesses that will end up closing its doors as a result of the FDA’s new e-cigarette regulations.
Founded in 2009 by David Flagg and Philipp Schuessler, ProVape has shipped over 450,000 devices to 67 countries all over the world. While the vast majority of vaping devices are made in China, ProVari devices are designed by former aerospace and military engineers and made in the U.S. using primarily U.S.-made components and electronics.
Flagg says the FDA’s ruling puts millions of people who successfully switched from smoking to vaping at risk of returning to cigarettes.