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LAS VEGAS -- American Heritage International Inc. has expanded its electronic cigarettes' reach to stores within Nevada and Illinois.
The expanded distribution network brings American Heritage e-cigarettes to a total of 11 states: Arizona, California, Florida, Illinois, Nevada, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina and Texas.
"We are making excellent progress toward a reach that extends nationwide. Our results so far in 2014 have been meaningful and measurable, as we've achieved a number of key objectives and milestones," said Anthony Sarvucci, CEO of American Heritage. "American Heritage's primary focus has been and will continue to be moving our company forward by growing our brand and securing the maximum possible retail exposure for our best-in-class product."
The growing footprint comes on the heels of American Heritage's placement in select 7-Eleven stores in Florida last month.
"Our goal is to use the sales data generated from this initial foothold in 7-Eleven stores in Florida as evidence that it is not only profitable to carry our American Heritage brand of premium disposable e-cigs. Our goal is also proving that a high sell-through rate at the retail level can be achieved," Sarvucci explained at the time of the news in March.
March was a busy month for the company. Its disposable electronic cigarettes also started appearing on store shelves at select Chevron gas stations in Florida, Texas and California last month.