Tuesday, February 28, 2017


Ah, Mardis Gras!
We love the French Quarter and Whoa, it's even better during Mardis Gras.
We agree with the saying,, "Let the good times roll!" We ventured over to Nawlins to people watch and have a good time as thousands from all over the world do. Before we left, our talented staff knew to keep throwing out the BEST deals in South Carolina.
Here, there, or anywhere, we will always provide our customers with HUGE discounts and the highest quality products.
Call or visit us today!

Sunday, February 26, 2017


Yea, We Like Old School And Why Not? Times May Have Changed But, Not Us. We Keep Bringn' Old School Prices In Today's Fast And Furious Society. 
Come On In And Feel The HUGE Discount Power We're Giving Our Customers.
You'll LOVE It!!
Tel: 864-277-6999

Thursday, February 23, 2017


This is what we say to people about deals that sound too good to be true. Here's the situation.
We have been offering huge discounts to our community for a very long time. Everything we say is true without any hidden meaning, fine print, or bate and switch tactics.
We're ranked #1 in Greenville, Sc and it's due to our philosophy of giving you the highest quality products at the absolute lowest prices!
We Take Care Of Our Customers!
Come In, Say Hi, And Save!!

Tuesday, February 21, 2017


Yea, folks in our bz try to impersonate us but, it just doesn't work. The reason is simple........
We do business the old throwback way by giving our loyal customers incredible products at ridiculously low pricing.
We don't know the meaning of greed and guess what? people keep coming back for more.
All about volume and fairness.
That's Us!
We ship anywhere within the U.S.!
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Sunday, February 19, 2017


You'll Never Be Fooled When You Shop With Us!
We Don't Believe In Gimmicks And Double Talk.
Maybe This Is Why We Are Ranked As The Number One Smoke Shop In Greenville, Sc.
We'll Beat Any Competitors Pricing All Day Long.
Bring In Your Receipt And Let Us Prove It.
NEVER Be Fooled Again!!
District 25 Tobacco
Tel: 864-277-6999

Wednesday, February 15, 2017


We were speaking with someone about a year ago who had fallen on bad times. He was once very successful but, the wheel of life had taken him to the bottom of the Ferris wheel. He told us in no uncertain terms that he was giving up and calling it quits...
We all stared at each other and then something magical happened.
Our big boss said to him, "Do you want to be remembered as a quitter or a fighter?"
He looked at us and said, "I want to be remembered as a fighter!"
It was a pivotal moment in this persons life, and he instantly made the decision to fight!
Today, he is a HUGE success again, and it started with three friends speaking the truth.
Great Lesson For Everyone!!
District 25 Tobacco
Tel: 864-277-6999

Sunday, February 12, 2017


Daddy, Get Me Something Awesome For Valentines Day!
Go To District 25 Tobacco And Buy Me A Sweet Surprise!!
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Wednesday, February 8, 2017


Yea, Al Capone was definitely a bad dude and ruled Chicago in the 1920's.
Looking at Chicago today one has to wonder how it would be with a new sheriff in town who demanded law and order?
We wish everyone in Cubbie town a Fab 2017 that's filled with Peace, Harmony, and Prosperity!
Hey, maybe we're still into Woodstock when Peace & Love were all the rage?
Bring On The Rage!

Tuesday, February 7, 2017


Can you believe someone stole Tom Brady's Super Bowl jersey?
To regular folks, it might not be such a big deal but, to Brady it's a HUGE deal!
We're old school folks who believe in working hard and not stealing.
Hey, if you have any info about the culprit, plz email us with the details.
Your contact information is "Confidential!"
Yes, there's a handsome reward!

Monday, February 6, 2017


Impossible is just a big word thrown around by small men who find it easier to live in the world they’ve been given than to explore the power they have to change it. Impossible is not a fact. It’s an opinion. Impossible is not a declaration. It’s a dare. Impossible is potential. Impossible is temporary. Impossible is nothing.
Muhammad Ali

Powerful words by the late great boxing champion Muhammad Ali.
After watching the 2017 Super Bowl, impossible really is, NOTHING!
Tom Brady and his teammates did what none of us are likely ever to witness again.How did they come from so far behind and end up winning the Big One?
They NEVER stopped believing and NEVER gave up!
What a lesson for all of us..........
Keep fighting to the very end.
Who knows, you just might win!!
District 25 Tobacco
Tel: 864-277-6999

Friday, February 3, 2017


DEA Asked Public To Comment On Its Proposed Kratom Ban And 99 Percent Opposed It

When the Drug Enforcement Administration formally backed off plans last year to ban the herb kratom, the agency announced it would accept input from the public to help determine how to proceed. Over the next six weeks, the proposed rule change received 23,232 comments, almost all of which opposed the move toward prohibition, according to new data released Thursday.
The study, conducted by nonprofit groups the American Kratom Association and the American Coalition of Free Citizens, found that 99.1 percent of all comments submitted expressed support for keeping kratom legal. Just 113 comments were in favor of the DEA’s proposal.
Kratom is an herb made from the leaves of Mitragyna speciosa, a Southeast Asian tree related to coffee. Often taken in powder form, kratom contains the alkaloids mitragynine and 7-hydroxymitragynine, which appear to activate opioid receptors in the brain and reduce pain. And although most opioids have sedative qualities, low to moderate doses of kratom actually serve as a mild stimulant.
Many users tout kratom not just as an analgesic, but also as a treatment for other conditions like anxiety, depression and opioid addiction. But opponents have expressed concerns that kratom use can lead to addiction, dependence and even acute harm. Although preliminary research has uncovered therapeutic potential, the lack of concrete science left a gray area that the federal government had sought to fill by prohibiting kratom altogether.
A diverse coalition of supporters appears prepared to stand firm against that move. Of the 2,416 comments submitted to the DEA with profession-related information, nearly half self-identified as either veterans, law enforcement officials, health care professionals or scientists. The overwhelming majority of these were in favor of keeping kratom legal, with veterans supporting by a margin of 448 to 1 and medical professionals supporting by a margin of 569 to 7.
“Why would they want me taking 10 pills a day when I have something already that makes me feel better than those pills and in my eyes is a lot healthier,” Danielle, an Army veteran who asked to be identified by her middle name, told HuffPost last year. Danielle has a service-related disability and was getting treatment at Veterans Affairs.
“What people need to understand mostly is that while the VA is treating PTSD with medication, we’ve got 22 of my brothers and sisters committing suicide each day, so obviously it’s not working,” she added.
With tens of thousands of Americans now dying every year from opioid overdose, including both heroin and painkillers, many kratom supporters see the herb as a potential solution. They argue that it can serve as a natural alternative to opioid painkillers and other prescription drugs, which they believe doctors may be too quick to prescribe. Supporters also point to success stories of people who have weaned themselves off of opioid addiction with the help of kratom.
Despite having received overwhelming support in favor of keeping kratom legal, it’s not yet clear how the DEA will proceed. The agency is still awaiting the results of a U.S. Food and Drug Administration analysis on the potential harms and health benefits of the herb, which will determine if kratom truly poses an “imminent hazard to the public safety,” as the DEA initially claimed last year.
The AKA and ACFC have both helped to organize the campaign to keep kratom out of Schedule I ― which includes drugs like heroin and LSD that are considered to have no known medical benefit and a high potential for abuse. The AKA says it was responsible for driving more than 16,000 comments, or about 71 percent of the total, to the DEA.
In a joint statement, AKA Director Susan Ash and ACFC President Jason Jeffers spoke out against the stigmatization of kratom users and moves to criminalize their members’ treatment.
“What we found is a kratom community of responsible consumers who look just like your family and the people who live next door,” they said. “The face of kratom consumers is the face of America today.”
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