Aqueous Vapor opens e-cigarette store in Lee’s Summit

November 21, 2014 

Aqueous Vapor, an electronic cigarette retailer, has opened in Lee’s Summit.

The 1,650-square foot shop is located in the Mission Square strip mall at 506 Missouri 291 and is the fourth store in the Kansas City area and its 10th overall in 15 months.

The official grand opening of the store is from 2 to 6 p.m. Nov. 22 and includes product discounts which will be available at other Kansas City locations throughout the day, an official ribbon cutting, complimentary food from Sarpino’s Pizza and Subway, an appearance by the Pitch street team and hourly prizes courtesy of the Pitch and 95.7 The Vibe including:

PlayStation 4 gaming system and Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare game

An Aqueous Vapor e-juice basket

A Nemesis mod gift pack with rebuildable dripping atomizer, charger, and battery.

Tickets to the Pitch Sugar Rush (Jan. 29), the Pitch Vodka Vodka (Feb. 19), the Schwag, a Grateful Dead tribute band (Nov. 27 at the Uptown Theater), the Trailer Park Boys (Dec. 3 at the Midland Theater), Trans-Siberian Orchestra (Dec. 23 at the Sprint Center)

Gift certificates to BB’s Lawnside Barbecue, Saigon 39 and Taco Republic.

The company opened its first store in Columbia and operates locations in Lawrence, Jefferson City, Osage Beach and St. Joseph.

The company’s founders are James Yeager and Merek LeGrand.

“When we saw other e-cigarette stores, we knew we could do it better,” Yeager said. “Customers will enjoy the experience of a retail environment that includes custom finishes like granite countertops, flat screen monitors, and decorative pendant lighting and appreciate our knowledgeable associates who can assist them with their selections.”

Also called e-cigarettes, electronic cigarettes have gained popularity in the United States since their introduction in 2007.

For more information, visit the Lee’s Summit location or call 816-347- VAPE.

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