In a recent article written about celebrities and how they influence our youth to start smoking.
Craig Nabat President of Freedom Laser Therapy is back in the news again and has taken a big leap to deter people from using nicotine and what better person to employ to get his message across than former Playboy bunny and co-host of the hit CBS talk show The View - Jenny McCarthy.
The Chicago native began appearing in television commercials and webisodes on August 5, 2013 for Blu E-Cigs, one of several popular brands of re-chargeable or disposable electronic smoking devices that are advertised to have little or no levels of nicotine, and produce water vapor instead of smoke.
Nicotine is a highly additive substance in any form regardless of how it is being distributed. This modern and alternative form of smoking is not legal to market as a smoking cessation device even though some smokers believe that using E-Cigs will help them get off real cigarettes. Using E-Cigs to quit smoking is not logical. An alcoholic wouldn't use alcohol to give up drinking, so why would a person use nicotine to give up nicotine?".
Craig has written a 3 page open letter to Jenny asking her to giving up being a spokesperson for Blu E-Cigs. His offer is to join the Freedom Team to help Free the World from Nicotine Addiction by promoting the new Freedom Quit Smoking System, an all natural and nicotine free way to quit. Freedom Laser Therapy is prepared to pay her upwards of a million dollars to do so. Wow what an offer!
You can read Craig's proposal letter right here on Perez Hilton's blog:
I must say even with Jenny's beauty and Nabat's unique marketing angle this will be an uphill battle trying to slow down Big Tobacco as news reports have come to light that Big Tobacco now owns a large share of the electronic cigarette market. Big Tobacco surely would have lost a huge share of the profit to the electronic cigarettes market had they not pulled out their wallets thereby keeping their hands in their competitors pockets and keeping people addicted to nicotine in one form or another, but their ingenious marketing and advertising strategy that entice young kids to join the crowd might be going a bit to far.
Blu E-Cigs are owned by Lorillard, a major tobacco company. Source: