August 25-27 the Electronic Cigarette Convention (ECC) visited the Ontario Convention Center in California. This amazing vape expo featured the best vape and e-juice manufacturers in the industry. With mods in hand, thousands attended the event over the weekend. Booths were lit up and designed by various businesses to feature their e-juice lines and quality vape products. Samples of flavors were provided, with each individual mod juiced up and ready with every flavor imaginable. Entire e-liquid lines were available for the tasting, with disposable mouthpieces available for sanitary purposes. Better yet, multiple companies offered vape gear and e-liquid samples for the taking. Samples ranged from killer mods, bags, and t-shirts, to up to 100ml bottles. It’s safe to say, if you didn’t go, you definitely missed out!
Ruthless attended the event with a solid metal cobra that spewed fire, positioned in front of a spacious lounge area. The room was complete with glass booths showcasing all of the top Ruthless Wholesale E-Liquids, including the new e-juice lines: Ruthless Shisha, Ruthless Hand-Rolled Tobacco; along with the newly manufactured e-juices such as: Loaded Strawberry Jelly Donut, Loaded Cookie Butter, along with their other manufactured brands. It was a weekend for Ruthless to remember, with bustling crowds and excited vape enthusiasts. The entire crew worked the convention all to assist those searching for the vape juice of their dreams.
Ruthless' sponsors attended the vape convention as well. Meet and greets were available for popular Instagram vape stars: @___justpeachyy, @drewdrips, @kyleevapes, @subohm_turtles, and @a_kidz. The star vapers sported cool vaping tricks, such as blowing O's and the jelly fish.
Eddie Wang, an assistant sales manager who attended the event, dubbed it a huge success by stating, "Ruthless had a wonderful time handing out vape swag and introducing the new flavors! Being surrounded by all of the other amazing vape companies in the industry was a blast as well. We look forward to doing it again."
The Ontario Convention Center (above) courtesy of Google Maps