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Cheap Humidors

Dave Sabot
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What they do:
Sell humidors online to cigar enthusiasts.

Rookie cigar smoker Dave Sabot, an internet marketer, was appalled by high prices cigar stores charged for humidors. After scoring a humidor for just $45 online, Sabot built a website and began selling them via the Internet.

About the business:
Formed an alliance with wholesale distributor and now sells all things cigars and cigar accessories online.


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