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Executive Quits Corporate Job. Takes Over Vape Apparel Company.

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An Interview with Tom Gruger CEO of Vaprwear located in COLORADO

Written By Angela Lopez, Chief Editor ELiquidUniverse.com

Vaprwear producers of discreet, hands-free vaping integrated wearable products.

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Over the past few decades we have watched technology progress to a level we never imagined possible. We saw tapes become CDs. We saw CDs become MP3s. We saw pagers become cell phones. We saw cell phones become smaller cell phones, and then we saw them become bigger smart phones that became our own compact computers. We’ve seen major progressions in fashion from the iconic “little black dress” mastered by Coco Chanel to the “Space Odyssey Chic” of Alexander McQueen. Progress is what we have come to know in every aspect of life. Now we finally get to see that progression in technology applied to clothing. Technologically advanced clothing wasn’t something anyone really thought about. Or so we thought. Then came a company, who’s ahead of its time thinking, put that into motion. All it needed was someone looking for a new opportunity to take the helm and take it to a level of perfection. The company I am talking about is Vaprwear. I recently got the chance to interview the CEO of this “Tech Couture” company, and I did not leave that conversation disappointed.

Tom Gruger is the CEO of Vaprwear, and the only thing more interesting than the company itself is the story of how Tom got there. Tom Gruger was a marketing executive for Wilson Sporting Goods Company in Chicago for eighteen years when he finally left to pursue this venture in clothing and accessories that have upped the game as far as vape apparel goes. The company, located in Colorado, designs items like jackets, hoodies, and backpacks that are not only functional as clothing, but have the added bonus of hidden tubing for vaping. In my interview with Tom we covered a range of topics about the who, what, where, and when of Vaprwear. The interview went as follows.

Angela:

You worked as a Marketing Executive for Wilson Sporting Goods Company for eighteen years in Chicago?:

Tom:

Yeah, that’s right. I worked in the world of sporting goods for most of my career. So, that included the hard, good side of things. The equipment as well as the apparel and sportswear.

Angela:

Okay, so you were already pretty familiar with apparel then?:

Tom:

Yes, in fact, that was one of the things that drew me to this. Just the opportunity to really streamline this organization and take advantage of some of the things that I had learned from my past.

Angela:

And how long after leaving your corporate job did you get involved with Vaprwear? Was it just immediate? Was this a decision that you chewed on for a while or was it kind of a leap of faith that you went into it?:

“I wasn’t actually looking for a new opportunity”

Tom:

Well, no, no. I wasn’t actually looking for a new opportunity, per say, but a very good friend of mine from college, who lives in Colorado, had seen this Vaprwear device. He and I had started to talk about the actual product, and as I helped him do a little research he was actually considering buying the rights to the patent. That’s my business partner, Steve Suttman. We started to explore it and really dug into the opportunity. It just became very apparent to me that we were digging around a product that for one had great opportunity and two was an extremely fast-growing category. Those being the vape market and the cannabis markets. And so, Steve and I, when he decided to purchase the patent, we started to talk about “well, who’s going to run this company?” and he said “Well, you should come out and do this.” And I said “Well, I kind of like what I’m doing. I’m kind of good at it (chuckles). It’s all going well.”

Angela:

Well, you had been doing it for nearly two decades so obviously you were good at it (laughs).:

“literally woke up one day and said this is the right time. This is the right opportunity…”

Tom:

Exactly! But the timing was just perfect. You talk about literally woke up one day and said this is the right time. This is the right opportunity and I’m going to go pursue that. So, shortly thereafter, I gave my notice, and I’ve been out here ever since.

Angela:

Wow! In most of your interviews you’ve said that word of mouth was really what got Vaprwear the recognition it has right now. Is that still true, or are you finding that social media is helping as well?:

“Social Media is by far the most important marketing element we have…”

Tom:

Social Media is by far the most important marketing element we have, in my opinion. It’s just a challenge sometimes because, as you’re probably aware, the challenges of using the most popular platforms to advocate around vaping and/or cannabis just makes it very hard. Those are two categories that we’re not allowed to use most of the traditional digital marketing aspects of those platforms. So, it makes it a little bit harder for us to reach broad audiences using a lot of the tactics that I was able to use for the previous categories.

Angela:

Are you talking about the cannabis angle? Does that make it harder?:

“Cannabis, tobacco, vaping. Those are all very regulated…”

Tom:

Cannabis, tobacco, vaping. Those are all very regulated on Facebook or Instagram or any of those categories. Whereas, I might have been able to boost a post, for instance, in a previous category. If i show somebody vaping, even if it’s not cannabis related, that’s something that they won’t approve.

Angela:

Really?:

Tom:

Yeah. Yeah.

Angela:

In Colorado?:

“That’s why we spend time really starting to hit the ground around events…”

Tom:

Even in Colorado, and these are global platforms. So, we have to operate on the broader guidelines. The way that some folks are able to get around that is if your saying that the vaping that’s going on is an essential oil so it has nothing to do with cannabis or tobacco. That makes it a little more limited in its appeal then, but that’s why word of mouth is so important. That’s why we spend time really starting to hit the ground around events and ambassadors and those folks. We get such a great response when somebody sees it that we just have realized that if we can get into an event and have folks on the ground using our product is just such a high hit rate on people who are just like ‘Wow! That’s amazing’.

Angela:

I read somewhere that you went to a festival donning your companies designs and they were such a hit that people were extremely curious about it.:

“invariably someone would just tap you on the shoulder and say ‘Wait a minute! What just happened there?'”

Tom:

(chuckle) I did. So, I’m from Chicago and i went back for Lallapaloosa, like we do every year, and I wore one of our backpacks. It was just phenomenal. It was really great! Being able to actually just use it in front of people and invariably someone would just tap you on the shoulder and say ‘Wait a minute! What just happened there?’ (both of us laughing) So, you know for us being able to show the device and how simple it is to use and how discreet it is. Like i said, it’s just such a great way to get the word out.

Angela:

So, this company is located in Colorado, and this venture was initially conceived as apparel for people who wanted to enjoy cannabis. What made you take notice that it would do well in the vape industry?:

“really wants to be discreet and not look like they are self-medicating.”

Tom:

Yeah. You are exactly right, Angela. It started out as a very discreet way to enjoy the vaporized version of cannabis out of the concentrate. Basically, what we see is we have three audiences, when we dug into this. So that was the original audience. It was around cannabis enthusiasts and somebody who was looking for discretion. When we started to dig into “What other concentrates would fit into this, and what other functionality is really important.” That convenience factor. That discretion factor. We found two other major audiences. The second one is around CBD, which if your familiar with CBD it’s the non-high inducing version of the cannabinoid. So, what it provides for the user is the positive effects of an anti-inflammatory or anti-anxiety use. So, for that we were able to really sort of take a look at the PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) market. Somebody who wants to be able to take CBD but really wants to be discreet and not look like they are self-medicating. Our product is perfect for that.

Angela:

Yes. ELiquid Universe is one of the biggest distributers of CBD. I use it because I have anxiety issues. I wrote a review about it dealing with how it helps with PTSD and anxiety.:

“It’s almost invisible to the rest of the world while its around you.”

Tom:

Absolutely! And our product is being housed in the collar of your favorite comfortable hoodie, and so the fact that you’re able to have that quick discreet access to that whenever you want. You don’t have to try and find a pen that’s in your pocket. It’s just almost invisible to the rest of the world while its around you. You know that factor is huge for that CBD user. The third market really is around nicotine and nicotine replacement, and really it comes down to that convenience factor. The utility aspect of it. We really looked at the idea that “Here’s a whole audience of potential. People who are working. Drivers. A professional truck driver, or an Uber driver, or a motorcycle enthusiast. These are all folks that maybe right now are either smelling up their rig or are not allowed to smoke in their car and so they are stopping frequently so they can have a cigarette break, but they still smell like cigarettes. Or a motorcycle rider who is going to pull over and have a cigarette or some of those factors. What our product does is its completely convenient, it’s always accessible, and its distraction free. So, you always know that its hanging from your collar, and I don’t have to look away even for that one second to see where i set my vape down in the cup holder. So that functional aspect, you know, we just think is fantastic, and we think that the more people that see that the more they are going to recognize “That’s awesome! I’m going to get one those so when I’m driving i don’t need to worry about getting distracted or stopping or jonsing for a smoke.” From a worker’s standpoint, Angela, we recently just got a custom order from a moving company.

Angela:

Oh, really?:

“It was just a big win for him, and we were pretty excited about it.”

Tom:

Yeah. It was a guy who was ordering hoodies for his workers and his intention was “Well, if they don’t have to stop for a smoke break. If they can keep rolling on my cab’s and my moving trucks aren’t going smell like cigarettes.” It was just a big win for him, and we were pretty excited about that.

Angela:

That is amazing! I can imagine there are a lot of uses for that.:

Tom:

Yeah.

Angela:

When you got involved with Vaprwear it was already in existence, right?:

“The concept was great, but the product he was making wasn’t very good…It was inefficient and unprofitable.”

Tom:

Yeah. It was actually invented by a local Denver individual who came up with the concept and applied for and successfully secured a patent for it. He was just simply struggling with the execution of the patent. The concept was great, but the product he was making wasn’t very good. They didn’t know how to manufacture so they were literally buying parts at local hardware stores to build the devices. It was inefficient and unprofitable. So, when we looked at it that was one of the things we knew we’d be able to address almost immediately. Was bring a professional level of execution.

Angela:

Yeah. You kind of stepped in and did a total overhaul. Rebranded it, launched a site, hired new people, and made it what it is now?:

Tom:

Exactly. I got some professionals in, and yup, you got it!

Angela:

And without, of course, disclosing sales or revenue would you say that you’ve hit your mark in sales goals? Can the company expect a great end to the year?:

“We have seen sales growth every consecutive month since we acquired the company…”

Tom:

Yeah. So, we have seen sales growth every consecutive month since we acquired the company, and we launched our new website, which is an ECommerce enabled website, around August 2017. Since then we’ve really been able to engage with consumers in a meaningful way, and again that’s what we want to do best. Our website is in the top two percent of websites on the Shopify platform with regards to traffic. So, we are generating a lot of interest, and we are continuing to sell directly to consumers on our site. The interesting thing is, as you said earlier, that the initial focus was around the cannabis enthusiasts, and so that’s only in nine to ten markets in the US, but we’ve sold in virtually every state in the union. We’ve sold our products in twenty-two countries. So, the interest in this goes far beyond just the cannabis user.

Angela:

Wow! Well that’s amazing.:

Tom:

Although, that still remains a big focus of it.

Angela:

Your products are being sold in stores now, correct?:

“You’re going to need to train your employees so they are able to explain what this actually is…”

Tom:

Yes. So, we just started to distribute to and reach out to dispensaries primarily and vape shops. We’re only doing that in a limited model right now so we can learn and understand what the demand is going to be and what sort of merchandising stores are going to require. Because most of these places have not really actively sold apparel yet. They don’t really know how to do it outside of, you know, just your T-Shirts or your Rasta pullover. That kind of thing (both laughing). So, we are really trying to help them understand this is how to do it. “Here’s a display. You’re going to need to train your employees so they are able to explain what this actually is just because it’s easy for it to be misconstrued as just a hoodie hanging there.”

Angela:

Yes, I saw a picture of it on your page, and that’s what I thought. I was like “wow it just looks like a normal hoodie.”:

“It looks like a regular hoodie dot dot dot.”

Tom:

Well, exactly! That’s the good side. That makes it just a little bit harder for us to explain in a shop “Hey, there’s something a little bit more going on here than meets the eye.” That’s actually part of our marketing campaign is “It looks like a regular hoodie dot dot dot.”

Angela:

(laugh) So, your basically kind of training stores to sort of understand the product and when people walk in and ask about it they know how to explain it?:

“I think a trained store person is just invaluable to us…”

Tom:

Exactly. Exactly. I think a trained store person is just invaluable to us because they are, especially in the dispensary side of things, where that consumer walking into that store more times than not at this point isn’t quite sure what he’s looking for and really relies on the expertise of that budtender.”

Angela:

Of course.:

“This is one of the coolest ways to be able to enjoy your purchase.”

Tom:

So that budtender is not only going to be able to influence what they may purchase from a concentrate standpoint but then also to, if they might be wearing one of our hoodies, be able to say “Hey! Have you ever seen this? This is one of the coolest ways to be able to enjoy your purchase.”

Angela:

How does it make you feel to see your passion project on racks in stores? Is that an exciting feeling?:

“Stay focused. Not try to do everything all at once, and so really stick to the plan.”

Tom:

Oh, absolutely! It’s just that right now in startup mode we want to do so many things. So, part of what Amanda Ladas (VP of Marketing) and I talk about all the time is stay disciplined. Stay focused. Not try to do everything all at once, and so really to stick to the plan.”

Angela:

Okay. What are some of the items your company makes, and what are your biggest sellers?:

“We would say are going to be the favorite thing you wear even if it didn’t have our device in it.”

Tom:

So basically, we are focused on apparel and bags at this point. So, we have a full selection of hoodies that start from a short sleeve light weight hoodie that might be great for a Texas or warm weather market. Then we have a full range of traditional hoodies with two products we call “The Classics”. It’s a classic pullover and a classic full zip hoodie. We have new base wear that we think is going to do great with the Colorado and mountain markets. This is something you can wear when you’re heading up to hike or ski or snowboard. Then we have what we call “The Cozies”. These are just the super comfortable Sherpa lined awesome hoodies that we would say are going to be the favorite thing you wear even if it didn’t have our device in it!

Angela:

(swooning) Oh, wow! That sounds amazing!:

“So, we think that’s just another great opportunity for us.”

Tom:

Yeah, it’s really great. We’ll get your size and send you down one of these so you can check it out because they’re really fun, and people are amazed when you show them actually what’s inside. It’s kind of funny. The other thing we do is we have a backpack in which the vape device is in integrated right into the shoulder strap so it tucks away. You can’t even see it, but its right there at the ready. It’s perfect for somebody who is going up into the mountains and being active whether its hiking or snowboarding. We just got back from Eugene, Oregon, which is where the University of Oregon is, and got a huge response from the kids who were going to be commuting or walking to and from school or riding public transportation or those kinds of things. So, we think that’s another just great opportunity for us.

Angela:

Yeah, that would make sense. Thats amazing. That sounds like a huge market you could tap into.:

“So, it’s a complete at the ready kit when you buy a product.”

Tom:

And everything we sell includes the vape pen, a cartridge, and a USB charger. So, it’s a complete at the ready kit when you buy a product.

Angela:

And what would you say are your biggest sellers? The backpacks?:

Tom:

Yeah, backpacks are just doing fantastic right now so we are really excited about that, and the two classics are probably overall the best sellers and that’s just your cotton pullover hoodies.

Angela:

And how much do these items cost retail to purchase?:

Tom:

From a retail standpoint they range anywhere from $69.99 to up to $139.99.

Angela:

Okay. Well, you’ve already kind of explained what goes into making some of the items you’ve mentioned. Would you say it is affordable or would you say that due to the intricate way the products are manufactured the cost is a little bit higher because of quality?:

“We’re really looking for something that somebody is going to be able to wear and use for years.”

Tom:

Absolutely! We’re not looking to be the cheapest thing that you buy. So, we’ve really invested in quality garments, and a quality vape battery. We’re really looking for something that somebody is going to be able to wear and use for years. So, we’re not the opening price point, but we’re far below the cost of some of the really really branded expensive apparel that somebody might wear. So, we feel like we are at a really nice little sweet spot. We’re around that $100 price point.

Angela:

And so, the tubing gear in your apparel and backpacks is pretty inconspicuous to someone just walking by a person? It wouldn’t be easy to detect?:

Tom:

Honestly, unless you told somebody there’s just no way they’re going to look at it. I mean we’ve just had too much experience wearing these to sporting events and concerts and all sorts of public venues and nobody has ever said “Hey, what’s that?” unless i point it out to somebody.

Angela:

So, you kind of seem like the go to guy for this because I hear you are very into hiking and trail running.:

Tom:

Yup, love it!

Angela:

So, you are outdoorsy and the products reflect that…:

“We really reach, especially on the cannabis/CBD side, that outdoor enthusiast.”

Tom:

Yeah, yeah, absolutely! That’s sort of our audience. We really reach, especially on the cannabis/CBD side, that outdoor enthusiast. You know, we’re in Colorado. We love the whole outdoor vibe.

Angela:

Yes. It’s beautiful there.:

Tom:

Yeah, and we just see so many people where this is just part of what they do, and for us to be able to get that really convenient discreet access to whatever that is when they are outside doing their thing its perfect for us. It was one of the reasons I joined.

Angela:

It seems like a very good thing to be involved in. Those are two markets, the cannabis/CBD industry and the vaping industry, that are huge right now. So, at 54, changing direction in life…and i actually could not believe you were 54! I saw a picture of you. I was very surprised. It seemed odd.:

“It seems odd to me too!”

Tom:

(laughs) It seems odd to me too!

Angela:

Well you don’t look 54!:

Tom:

Thank you. That’s good!

Angela:

So, changing direction in life? Any regrets? Are you relieved, scared, nervous? Because that is a big life change. How did the family feel about it?:

“After twenty-five plus years working in a corporate environment the timing was just perfect.”

Tom:

As you might imagine, we went through all sorts of ups and downs in a startup environment. I would say as we finish our first year we’re one hundred percent positive about the outlook. So that makes the decision just seem all the better, but yeah after twenty-five plus years working in a corporate environment the timing was just perfect. I love the startup lifestyle. We’ve got a great team here, and we have fun doing what we are doing. It’s fun to work in categories that are growing to, and these categories that we’re competing in are just exploding with growth. So, if you’re able to do what you do well chances are your business is going to do okay because the overall climate is one of growth and that’s just a fun place to be.

Angela:

Besides the ups and downs of moving and changing paths sounds like moving from a corporate environment to this would more of a loose environment. More fun, and positive experience.:

“If not now when? If not this what?”

Tom:

Absolutely! Yeah, I was ready! I was ready for a different kind of challenge, and as my business partner said “If not now when? If not this what?” and that was really the defining moment for me where I said “boy, he’s exactly right!” So, there’s risk involved, obviously, but it was calculated risk and one that’s paying off.

Angela:

Calculated risks equal big rewards sometimes.:

Tom:

Exactly!

Angela:

So, tell me a little about you. What does Tom do when he wakes up in the morning? Whats his view? What would our readers love to know about you? Any anecdotes or stories you’d be willing to share?:

“Being able to take my experience and the energy of the younger folks working for us and make that turn into something that’s a good thing.”

Tom:

Well that’s pretty open (laughs). What’s the best way to approach that? Every minute I can I’m going to try and get up to the mountains whether it’s for a good hike or a trail run or we’re getting into ski season now. Just such a fantastic place to be, and the weather out here is wonderful. So that’s really what’s driving me right now is work hard so we have a chance to go out and really enjoy what’s around us. I think that’s what I’m trying to instill in our young company. All of our employees are younger folks excited about this opportunity. It’s something new and different and so there’s challenges around every corner and that’s what’s been fun. Being able to take my experience and the energy of the younger folks working for us and make that turn into something that’s a good thing.

Angela:

Sounds like you are having much more fun than me!:

Tom:

(laughs) Yeah, it sounds good right?

Angela:

It does! It sounds amazing actually.:

Tom:

We work long hours though.

Angela:

You said your partner was Steven?:

“So that was sort of the impetus behind the purchase…”

Tom:

Yes, Steve Suttman. Steven and I…that’s an interesting piece of the puzzle actually. Steve and I have known each other since our very first day of college when we met. We’ve just been best friends ever since. He’s an entrepreneur who had sold a company out here, and he had been retired for six or seven years when he ran across Vaprwear. So that was sort of the impetus behind the purchase was getting the chance to work with a really good friend and try to create something. That’s been fun too.

Angela:

So, you two have had a bond for a very long time, and now you’re in business together?:

Tom:

Exactly, trying not to ruin that bond (laughs).

Angela:

(laughing) I was going to say they always say never to go into business with family or friends.:

Tom:

Exactly! Although, it’s been great. So far so good.

Angela:

Well that’s good. That’s always good to work with somebody that you’ve known for a long time or have a good connection and relationship with. Makes it a lot easier.:

Tom:

Exactly!

Angela:

I know me and my boss get along so that makes what i do a much easier because i don’t have to worry about someone being angry at me all the time (both laugh).:

Tom:

Exactly!

Angela:

So, I’m assuming a typical day for work for you when you were a marketing executive was kind of like get ready for work, making the drive, get to your office, get your coffee, and get to work and Vaprwear is more of relaxed environment?:

“So, in that respect the job piece of it is a lot more fun.”

Tom:

I wouldn’t say it’s less stressful, but it’s a different kind of stress. It’s a stress that’s around something that we are passionate about, and we’ll get to turn this into something that we’re really proud of as opposed to just working in a big company with thousands of employees. There’s just a lot more bureaucracy. What I really have embraced with this is we can make fast decisions. I don’t have to worry about our owners or our shareholders and make decisions based off those kinds of things. We’re making decisions based off of our consumer and on what we think is the right thing. So, we can be more nimble and work faster. If we make a bad decision we can stop it and pivot and go a different way so much faster and easier. So, in that respect the job piece of it is a lot more fun.

Angela:

So, a little bit of stress, but mostly excitement?:

Tom:

Yes, absolutely!

Angela:

Well it definitely sounds like an exciting experience and company. When I first heard about the company I just thought it sounded amazing and innovative. It seems like an idea that nobody has tapped into also.:

“Unofficially, it’s the Camelbak for vaping.”

Tom:

The fastest way to describe our product to somebody is to say, unofficially, it’s the Camelbak for vaping. That enables people to get a vision pretty quickly especially if they’re familiar with what a Camelbak is.

Angela:

Okay, well you’re going to have to tell me because I have no idea.:

Tom:

So, Camelbak is the hydration bladder. A backpack that you can drink out of. Have you ever seen it?

Angela:

Okay, now i know what you’re talking about.:

“We’re starting to explore the uses of the medicinal side of things.”

Tom:

So that’s really what we do for vapers. It’s the same thing. We’ve made it mobile and accessible and its very handy, but it’s not a big bottle that I had to carry around or some of those things. So, it [Camelbak] kind of revolutionized how people hydrate when they’re exercising, and that’s what we’re trying to do to. Just revolutionize peoples access to clean vapor as opposed to smoke. Down the road we are even looking at some other uses for our vapor delivery system. So right now, we’re focused on delivering either a nicotine based ejuice or a CBD or cannabis oil, but when we look down the road we’re starting to explore the uses of the medicinal side of things. Delivering Insulin or Albuterol to somebody who has a medical need like that where its actually on their person and at the ready all the time. Oxygen even. So really, again, that would be an expansion into a fourth category right there with the medicinal side of things.

Angela:

Those are actually really amazing ideas.:

“We’re just trying to not do everything all at once and get overwhelmed by it.”

Tom:

Absolutely! We’re just trying to not do everything all at once and get overwhelmed by it. So, we’re really focused on establishing the product before we start to approach some of those partners.

Angela:

Yeah, kind of perfecting what you’re doing now and then moving forward?:

Tom:

Exactly!

Angela:

Well, I think that future sounds very interesting for Vaprwear, and I cannot wait to see what happens next with your company.:

“The focus on these kinds of articles and helping us get the word out is just so critical…”

Tom:

Well, thank you. We’re pretty excited about it right now too, and the focus on these kinds of articles and helping us get the word out is just so critical so I can’t thank you enough for your interest and helping us tell our story.

Angela:

Definitely! I wanted to tell this story. Thank you so much for sharing your story. Thank you for allowing me to interview you.:

“Corporate America’s Executive Wunderkind…”

Tom Gruger surprised me very much by being one of the most down to earth, personable, affable business owners I have spoken to. He comes off as one of those people you meet and instantly want to grab a beer and hang out with. He’s a very cool guy, and I expect Vaprwear is very happy he made the switch from being Corporate America’s Executive Wunderkind to heading up their company. This is a company to look out for. They are already doing some of the most innovative things imaginable for vaping, and they have some pretty spectacular plans for the future. If there are lessons to be learned from this interview with Tom it’s that it’s never too late to change your fate, your passion, and that second chances at doing something amazing are more than possible. Tom is living life in the now while still managing to plan for a bright future for the budding company. You are only given one life to live, and you should be living it to its fullest. When you are at your most fecund point take advantage of it, and do something you are passionate about. Live for today. Think about tomorrow. If you are lucky enough to find something that you love to do that will allow you to live life happily take it and run with it. We could all take a cue of how to find ourselves from this man, and as his wise friend and business partner, Steven Suttman, said “if not now when? if not this what?” I wish Vaprwear nothing but luck and success. Huge Thanks going out to Tom Gruger for allowing me to interview him, and I will be holding them to that Sherpa hoodie promise. Make sure and check out Vaprwear at www.vaprwear.com and follow them on Instagram @vaprwear.

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