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Social Smoke Announces New, Cheaper Pricing; Hints at Forthcoming New Product Offerings

Authored by William on 6 March 2011 No Comment

Social Smoke, on March 1st, announced a new pricing structure which is designed to bring retail prices down and inspire new innovation and quality.

The new pricing structure is accomplished by removing the middle man and no longer making provisions for distributors. A practice which Social Smoke’s director of sales and marketing, Abrahim Nadimi, says “helped create an environment driven purely by profit and greed instead of quality and value.” Nadimi continues saying, “By lowering our prices and offering a volume pricing structure, even the smallest business will receive distributor pricing on the products they use the most. Retail customers will notice lower prices across almost all product categories putting Social Smoke products in direct competition with inferior products, discount websites, and resellers. A higher quality product at better prices is exactly what everyone in this economy is looking for.”

Social Smoke’s new non-consumer distribution model focuses on serving retail stores and lounges.

Perhaps the most compelling drop in prices comes in Social Smoke’s own line of tobacco, which originally sold for $10.95/100g, $20.95/250g and $69.95/1kg. With the new prices, Social Smoke’s tobacco is now $8.95/100g, $18.95/250g and $62.00/1kg. The new pricing model is currently available at Social Smoke’s website.

In the press release, Social Smoke also hinted at a new “high quality”  products. Nadimi says, “We want to focus on what our customers are asking for, but our current inventory is hindering our ability to make that happen. It’s holding us back from bringing great new ideas to market and providing the best customer experience possible. Look for new products to roll out between now and the end of summer at the best prices anywhere.”

The press release is not specific as to what new products Social Smoke has planned.

If you would like to read the press release in its entirety, it is available here.

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