NetworkNewsBreaks – VPR Brands LP (VPRB) Sponsors a Cannabis Voter’s Guide to Presidential Candidates

VPR Brands LP (OTC: VPRB), a market leader specializing in vaporizers and accessories for essential oils, CBD and electronic cigarettes, recently announced the availability of a guide the company sponsored for cannabis voters that details the 2020 presidential candidates. An article discussing the company reads, “‘The time has come to elect a president who’ll establish a nationwide standard for cannabis as a legal substance, distributed through a regulated industry with access to capital markets, with pardons and reparations considered for those who found themselves ahead of the law,’ VPR Brands CEO Kevin Frija stated in a news release. ‘I looked for a single point of reference that clarified each one’s stances and accomplishments in the cannabis space. . . .I couldn’t find it. I don’t think it existed until today.’ . . . The 24-page guide is available at www.VPRBrands.com/Cannabis-Vote-2020.”

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About VPR Brands, LP

VPR Brands is a technology company whose assets include issued U.S. and Chinese patents for atomization-related products including technology for medical marijuana vaporizers and electronic cigarette products and components. The company is also engaged in product development for the vapor or vaping market, including e-liquids, vaporizers and electronic cigarettes, which are devices that deliver nicotine or cannabis through atomization or vaping, without smoke and other chemical constituents typically found in traditional products. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.VPRBrands.com.

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