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Friday, 24 December 2010

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cignews1224 The stream of news within the cigar industry never seems to stop flowing, and we have more recent happenings to report to you today. Let's take a peek at an upcoming cigar festival in the Garden State, as well as a new address for Davidoff's shop in NYC. Last, but not least, is a story on a fire that set blaze to one of Camacho's warehouses.

Tickets for the New Jersey Cigar Festival going on sale soon

Are you a cigar fan living in the New Jersey area? If so, you may want to mark your calendars, as tickets for the New Jersey Cigar Festival are set to go on sale beginning on January 15, 2011 at 10am. Why visit the festival? Well, why not? If you love cigars, love freebies, and want to get some hands-on access to the industry, the New Jersey Cigar Festival is a great opportunity to do so.

Although tickets go on sale in January, the actual festival takes place on Saturday, April 2, 2011 from noon to 6pm. Bears & Eagles Riverfront Stadium in Newark is the setting for the six hour stogie-themed event. What you choose to do at the event is up to you, and you have plenty of options.

First and foremost, you can smoke wherever you want on the festival grounds. After all, what would a cigar festival be without smoking? You can come empty-handed to the festival as well, since freebies will be given to you at the gate for you to enjoy in the open air. If you have a little money to spend and feel like shopping, you can purchase some cigars at prices that are even lower than in the tobacco-friendly state of Pennsylvania.

The biggest draw of the festival, however, is its special attendees. There will be plenty of cigar manufacturers on hand with booths filled with cigars and information on their products. Some of the manufacturers also plan on holding seminars throughout the event. So far, the list of manufacturers scheduled to appear at the festival is quite impressive. Among those scheduled to be represented include Alec Bradley, Drew Estate, Joya de Nicaragua, Rocky Patel, Torano, and more. At this time, an actual schedule of the day's events is not available, but the festival's organizers will update their website, www.njcigarfestival.com, as more information becomes available.

General admission tickets cost $100. Each general admission ticket gets you access to the festival from its regular hours of noon to 6pm. You also get a humidor packed with a variety of cigars, one food voucher, and a door prize raffle ticket. A VIP ticket costs $175, which gets you early access to the festival at 10:30am instead of noon. You'll get the humidor filled with cigars, as well as access to a buffet lunch, free non-alcoholic beverages, two door prize raffle tickets, and access to a special VIP area. From the information already available, the New Jersey Cigar Festival sounds like a great time, so if you are in the area, make sure you snag up a ticket for yourself before they run out.

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