Question by monalisa: Why won’t charities partner up or work with electronic cigarette companies?
I am trying to get charities such as Susan G. Komen to work with us to promote our product as well as their cause. I am getting a lot of no’s instead of yes’s even when the majority of the proceeds will go into the charity. Some of them are telling me they cannot work with us because the electronic cigarette is still technically a “cigarette” and they are not allowed to promote cigarettes and alcohol.
Can someone tell me why and send me a link supporting why they act this way and if there are any charities willing to work with an electronic cigarette company?
Answer by db
You are trying to get charities to help you sell electronic cigarettes. Why do you think, setting aside you’re trying to sell people an intoxicating substance, that charities would want to let you use their names and reputations for your own benefit?
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