New Site Highlights Mission of Cigar Advocacy Group
Cigar Rights of America site packed with information on membership benefits, consumer events and grassroots support Alexandria, VA, DATE: Cigar Rights of America (CRA) has launched a new website with…
CRA Leadership Brings Message to PCA Event in Vegas
The Cigar Rights of America leadership was recently in Las Vegas to attend and speak at the Premium Cigar Association (PCA) annual event. The event, which took place July 9-13…
Florida: Ybor City calls itself “the heart of Tampa.” It is. In the 43 years between its founding in 1886 and the start of the Great Depression of the 1930s, Ybor City was the beating heart from which life’s blood flowed into a poor, dirt-street, fishing village called Tampa Town, growing it into a modern city of brick and stone whose name was familiar to people across the nation.
Washington, DC: Earlier this month, the Congressional Cigar Caucus Caucus was approved as a Congressional Member Organization, better known as a caucus. The effort is being led by Rep. Dan Meuser, R-Pa., who is serving as the chairperson, and Rep. Tom Emmer, R-Minn., who will serve as as the vice chairperson.
Michigan: A major victory took place yesterday morning just before 10 am in the Great Lake state when governor Gretchen Whitmer signed House Bill 4485, which preserves Michigan’s 50-cent state tobacco tax cap into permanence. The cap will help keep cigar prices low in Michigan, and can save them a few dollars on each cigar they buy.
Florida: A line of cigar and whisky aficionados stretched from the opening doors of the ballroom all the way through to the casino at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida. Each person held a custom Cigar Aficionado tote bag in their hand, ready to make their rounds to gather more than 20 cigars directly from the people who made them.