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Dave from Cheap Humidors has started a new site called cigarbargains.com. It looks like Dave could put William Shatner back to work with a “negotiator” type site. After going to the site I found a one day deal like the other big boys. The difference is that cigarbaigain.com has a way to make an offer if the listed daily deal is just not good enough for you. You can negotiate the price live on the site and work out a deal on the spot.
Here is a video on how the new site cigarbargains.com works:
The President of CheapHumidors.com Dave Sabot has announced that the new website, Cigar Bargains, has officially been opened to the general public. The new website uses the latest technologies that will allow consumers to negotiate prices on the site in real time.
For the month of march 2012, Dave is will be giving 10% of profits from the new site to CRA (Cigar Rights of America), a site that fights for the rights of cigar smokers in the United States.
Dave is mostly excited about being able to partner with Cigar Rights of America saying that, “It feels good to be able to support an organization that advocates for the individual consumer and protects the freedoms of those that enjoy cigar smoking as a hobby.” Mr. Sabot went on to say, “Donating a percentage of all profits to CRA gives the consumer a way to lend his or her support to the organization, which helps to ensure that CRA can continue the work of their mission.”
David Sabot opened Cheaphumidors.com online store in June of 1997, it was hosted on a free site with only a picture of three humidors that he offered, the price and the address to send checks to. Since then, Dave has grown his website into one of the largest cigar related online stores.
“I really didn’t know too much about cigars or how to store them, so I turned to the Internet. What I found out was that you needed a thing called a humidor to properly store cigars. So I started shopping for them. I went to my local stores, consignment shops, etc. Their prices were unreal. They wanted $200-$300 for a box to store cigars. I almost fainted. I did some research and it turned out there were other people like me. Guys who wanted to store some cigars but didn’t want to spend a fortune doing it. Well it doesn’t take much to see there was a market here that was pretty much unfilled.”
“I found a company that would supply me with humidors and I could order only a few at a time for $45 apiece. I bought one as a sample and to store my own cigars in and decided to take a picture and throw it on a free-hosted Web site. Much to my delight I started to receive orders and inquiries for the product and as they say, the rest is history.”
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