Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Gurkha sets company sales record

   

   Despite FDA Regulations the Company Sees a More than 30% Increase in Sales

TAMARAC, FL – Gurkha Cigars has set new company sales records during this year’s 2017 IPCPR Convention held last week in Las Vegas.  While their appeared to be less traffic at the show than in previous years the company saw a strong increase in sales with a more than 30% hike over last years sales.

“We saw a strong showing from our most dedicated clients,” said Kaizad Hansotia, CEO of Gurkha Cigars.   “Gurkha continually creates products that create strong demand.”

Gurkha Cigars started the show strong exceeding their day one goal and the successes continued from there.  All indications are that the cigar market is thriving and going strong despite FDA regulations that have tried to hinder the industry.

“At the show we saw very serious buyers.  I am extremely proud of our sales force who maintain a strong relationship with our customers,” said Juan Lopez, National Sales Director, Gurkha Cigars.  “Our team is able to understand the needs and wants of our retailers to ensure we are providing them with great deals at the show and product they can move.”

Gurkha released predicate brands as a result of the FDA ruling regulating the introduction of new blends.  The company was able to reintroduce cigars and blends that have been customer favorites and received a great response.

Gurkha Cigars are known throughout the world for their premium and luxurious cigars, so it’s no surprise that they are the most sought-after cigars around the globe. Gurkha produces 12 million cigars per year that are sold in more than 70 countries worldwide. And while Gurkha is known for its exclusivity, it has an impressive array of 250 brands of flawlessly handcrafted, premium cigars created in a variety of strengths, tasting profiles, and price-points. No matter what your taste, there’s a Gurkha cigar that’s perfect for your palate. For additional information visit www.gurkhacigars.com.

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