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Juul CEO: Don’t Vape, Don’t Use Juul

Juul CEO: Don’t Vape, Don’t Use Juul

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But because of pop culture, the fun flavors of the juul, and its subsequent addictive quality, many have started using the USB/ flash drive looking device. And why not, right? It gives you the nicotine high you need, perks you up, has a super sleek design and doesn’t leave a stench like that dreadful smell that sticks to your fingers even after several washes.

Photo Credit: Juul Official Website

CEO Kevin Burns said that you should probably not start using the Juul if you aren’t already using nicotine. “Don’t vape. Don’t use Juul,” he added. “Don’t start using nicotine if you don’t have a pre-existing relationship with nicotine. Don’t use the product,” Burn remarks.

Photo Credit: Juul Official Website

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