Smoker Friendly always puts together great events – and I’m sure this will be a fantastic cigar event - Erik Stokkebye President of Villiger Stokkebye International
Boulder, CO, (PRWEB) July 24, 2010
On August 29th, 2010, the 1st Annual Rocky Mountain Cigar Festival will be the first event of its kind to come to the Colorado region. The festival will feature over 30 premium cigar manufacturers giving consumers the chance to meet famous cigar names such as Rocky of Rocky Patel, Tatianna of Tatianna Cigars, Jonathan Drew of Drew Estates & more.
With the purchase of a ticket to The Rocky Mountain Cigar Festival attendees will receive a gift bag valued at over $300 which includes 20 cigars, 10 drink tickets, lighter, cutter, t-shirt, drink glass and more. Included with each ticket is entrance into a drawing with a chance to win your choice of a motorcycle, scooter, ATV or snowmobile! Attendees can also participate in activities including a long-ash competition and putting contest in order to win exclusive prizes from vendors.
The Rocky Mountain Cigar Festival took its roots from other cigar events that have been hosted around the country such as The Big Smoke in Las Vegas or CIGARfest in Pennsylvania. What makes The Rocky Mountain Cigar Festival unique is its distinctly Colorado flavor. Colorado businesses from car dealers to beer, spirit & wine makers are taking part to give event goers a real feel of the Rocky Mountains.
Featured guests at the festival include NFL Hall of Famer Randy "The Manster" White, from the Soprano's Joe "Vito" Gannascoli, and John Caldera of the Independence Institute and KOA Radio.
Colorado-cigar enthusiasts are already talking about how they can’t wait to light up for this event. When asked why he will be attending The Rocky Mountain Cigar Festival, Colorado-cigar-smoker Dustin Wilson states, “The chance to put a face with the people that blend my favorite cigars is reason enough for me- but the goody bag and shot at winning a motorcycle is a pretty enticing reason as well.” President of Villiger Stokkebye International, Erik Stokkebye, voices his enthusiasm saying, “Smoker Friendly always puts together great events – and I’m sure this will be a fantastic cigar event.” Cigar manufacturers from around the world will be flying in to give Colorado area consumers the opportunity to try products and ask questions. Finally, a big smoke event, without the big city.
Tickets are limited and available at all Smoker Friendly locations and online at http://www.rmcigarfest.com
Ticket prices are $100 for general admission and $150 for VIP.