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Tobacconists’ Association of America Announces Convention Updates

TAA convention news, the Limited-Edition ESP, and Ongoing ESP offer the best cigars for any occasion.

CONYERS, GA / ACCESSWIRE / June 23, 2021 / The Tobacconists’ Association of America (TAA) announced today key updates for the 2021 and 2022 annual conventions. Responding to support the needs of members remains a top priority for the TAA in this post pandemic era. The Tobacconists’ Association of America has a tradition of providing members with the tools and relationship-building opportunities that optimize their success in the brick-and-mortar cigar business. That legacy of commitment to the TAA premium cigar community now spans for more than five decades. The association remains steadfast in its focus on continued support for member retailers and cigar manufacturers by also creating innovative new opportunities for growth.

Specifically, the TAA is pleased to confirm the special convention that will be held October 24, through October 28,2021. The annual convention is an important event that will give member retailers the opportunity to resume networking and buying opportunities with premier manufacturing members of the TAA. The previous spring convention was adapted for virtual participation as a response to pandemic travel conditions creating the need for this one-time unique fall convention. ‘Looking ahead to 2022 we are excited to also announce that the TAA will resume its flagship annual convention with all the mystique and excitement in March of next year,’ said TAA Executive Director Stephanie Guadagno.

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The 2022 Tobacconists’ Association of America Conference will take place in Los Cabos, Mexico.

The 2022 TAA spring convention will included announcements on selections for the Limited Addition ESP Cigars, additions to the Ongoing ESP Cigars, and special events packed with a sampling of great cigars from member manufacturers. The convention will be held March 20, 2022, through March 24, 2022. ‘We are so excited to host this private event for members with cigar industry legends at Hacienda del Mar in Los Cabos, Mexico,’ said Guadagno. The Tobacconists’ Association of America is advising members to participate in the one-time fall conference and the major spring convention to enjoy the benefits that each unique format has to offer.

About Tobacconists’ Association of America:

The Tobacconists’ Association of America is a membership organization that consists of the premier cigar retailers in the United States along with the top cigar manufacturers. Established in 1968, the Tobacconists’ Association of America has a tradition of providing members with the tools and relationship-building opportunities for success. Each year, the association follows a rigorous process to select the best cigars submitted for the Limited-Edition ESP Cigars and the Ongoing line of ESP Cigars. Each series is carefully selected to provide cigar enthusiasts with great cigars for any occasion. The ESP selection process serves as a testament; when you want the best cigar, ask for TAA.

Media Contact:

Dave Green
Fourth Estate Communications
[email protected]

Tobacconists’ Association of America
Stephanie Guadagno, Executive Director
PO Box 81152
Conyers, Georgia 30013
(770) 597-6264
[email protected]

SOURCE: Tobacconists’ Association of America

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