Vape Company Donates Profits To Louisiana Flood Relief

SOURCEvapes, a manufacturer of high-quality vaporizer equipment, is donating profits from its online store to help with relief efforts from the Louisiana floods that killed 13 people and damaged more than 60,000 homes.

Robert Kayvon, president of operations for SOURCEvapes, says the company hopes to see site traffic busy enough to raise a significant amount of money for affected residents.

"We really want to get the word out there so we can donate at least $50,000 to help combat the extreme devastation the floods in Louisiana have caused,” said Kayvon in a press release.

Until September 5, the company will donate 100 percent of all sales profits from its online store to Louisiana relief efforts. Labor Day Weekend is one of the biggest sales events of the year, so SOURCEvapes hopes this will help raise more money for the victims of the worst tragedy since Hurricane Sandy.

h/t Live Science, NOLA.

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