KIMREE would like to offer Wiggins free electronic cigarettes to aid him quit smoking.
(PRWEB) August 29, 2012
In the 2012 Olympic Road Cycling Time Trial, Bradley Wiggins won the championship by 50 minutes 39 seconds 54. But recently, Wiggins was spotted smoking after matches. KIMREE suggests Wiggins to give up tobacco cigarette since it’s harmful for his and his family’s health, and KIMREE would like to offer Wiggins free electronic cigarettes to aid him quit smoking.
It’s said that 32-year-old Wiggins has already been one of the most successful star athletes. After the games, Wiggins took a vacation on Majorca Island in Spain with his family. It’s just then he was photographed smoking a cigarette.
It’s a universally known fact that smoking is a danger to health. While in people’s eyes, athletes stand for healthy and strong. Wiggins, as an Olympic winner, should set a good example. And it’s high time Wiggins quitted smoking for himself and his family.
Electronic cigarettes are recognized as the best substitutes for tobacco cigarettes. Besides adopting Nicotine Replacement Therapy, electronic cigarettes don't change the smokers' habitual behavior, which is the biggest advantage of them.
As the world’s largest electronic cigarette manufacturer, KIMREE is willing to offer free electronic cigarette kits for Wiggins to help him kick off the bad habit of smoking cigarettes. “If Wiggins wants, KIMREE would like to design several electronic cigarettes suitable for him, “said Andre, the sales director of KIMREE.