Kix Electronic Cigarettes opens new Galway vaping outlet

Kix managing director, Brian Geraghty and family, outside the Ros Dumhach Cogaisiochta factory at Cornamona, Galway, which produces Nicofresh e-cigarettes and e-liquids.

Kix managing director, Brian Geraghty and family, outside the Ros Dumhach Cogaisiochta factory at Cornamona, Galway, which produces Nicofresh e-cigarettes and e-liquids.

Kix Electronic Cigarettes, market leader in a rapidlygrowing electronic cigarette industry throughout Ireland, has recently opening a vaping outlet at 3 Cross Street Lower.

It is the latest addition to the Kix chain of outlets where KIX offers the people of Galway a healthier alternative to smoking and provides expert advice to all vapers.

Currently Kix employs more than 100 personnel in its 26 specialised retail outlets nationwide, which includes Dublin, Limerick, Castlebar, Belfast, and Derry.

Kix offers popular brands, including Nicofresh, Innokin, and Kanger from Europe, Australia, United States and the Far East.

Established in 2007, Kix Electronic Cigarettes was the first company in Britain and Ireland to promote quality ecigarettes at affordable prices. Kix boasts a 97 per cent retention rate from customers who have trialled its e-cigarettes and e-liquids with customer satisfaction at an all-time high, according to managing director, Brian Geraghty, who has plans for a further 32 specialist retail locations over the year, including Cavan, Monaghan and Sligo.

Kix has begun production of its Nicofresh e-liquid at the €5.2 million factory in Connemara, Co Galway, supported by Udaras na Gaeltachta.

Plans to expand its manufacturing process will support a further 138 jobs by the end of 2015.

For more details, or to purchase from the Kix website, visit: www.getyourkix.com

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