I am fairly new to CS and have never participated in a pass, so if the answer is already posted, just link me to it. With cigars being passed around for an extended period of time, will it not be detrimental to the cigars' humidity? How do folks in a pass ensure the cigars will be in good, smoking condition as they near the end of the pass? Thanks in advance.
Foks usually include some kind of humidity device in a tupperware type container containing the cigars. Might be a boveda humidity pack, might be water pillows, might be a humidity stick. I've not seen a box pass done without some kind of humidification, but maybe somone else has.
After you've received everyone's address, sorting the recipients by state and planning the route to minimize shipping time is a good idea and surprisingly easy to do, even for someone with as rudimentary a knowledge of US geography as me.