E-cigarettes Save Lives.


                                                                Kevin Crowley

● Speaker ● Tobacco Harm Reduction ● Advocate

E-cigarettes save lives.

My goal, in fact my passion, is to speak with as many people as possible to present a fair, balanced opportunity to understand e-cigarettes and vaping and why they work. They can then make an informed and educated choice for themselves.

The information I provide will empower them with the knowledge to personally succeed in reducing or eliminating tobacco in their lives.

I want every smoker to know that research and science exists, despite media stories and many public health “experts” worldwide claiming otherwise.


I want to speak directly to smokers. I want to speak to the elderly, people who aren’t online. The people who are afraid or don’t know anything.

The unsure. The doubters. I would like to talk with church groups, medical organizations, rotary clubs, senior citizen centers, active military members, veterans, business owners, firefighters, cooks & waitresses, self-employed, corporate jet-setters, stockbrokers, gas station attendants, doctors, nurses, clerks, truck drivers. Everyone.



I will share a brief introduction. I’m 49 years old. I started smoking when I was 9. Thirty+ years smoker – two packs a day. I repeatedly tried to quit with the patch, gum, cold turkey. I finally stopped smoking in less than 48 hours with an e-cigarette, and so did my wife-accidentally – at the same time.

After almost two years of being smoke-free I was completely inspired to create and author “The Vaping Truth Survey” to raise awareness properly about e-cigarettes worldwide, despite the rhetoric and media blitz of misinformation. This garnered over 7,000 participants worldwide from 72 countries.

That survey itself gives clear and specific information about what “vapers” – e-cigarette users know, do and experience. How they succeeded. It gives someone contemplating the use of an e-cigarette distinct insight to those who are unaware of the potential as their way out of the grip of tobacco. For those to gain the knowledge to potentially be free from tobacco forever. Forever.

I am on a mission to educate & inform, based both on both personal experience and information obtained from the worldwide survey & other reliable sources. I want every member of every group to be comfortable with what they learn to walk into a vape shop with confidence. This is their first step on their journey to end their relationship with tobacco.

If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at: kevincrowley@hotmail.com

Thank you,

Kevin Crowley

National Coming Out Day

National Coming Out Day


Today is “National Coming Out Day“.

I’ll preface this with a standard statement of “I’m not gay myself”. Not that it should make any difference, not that you should care. Really, that isn’t your concern.

Rights of many kinds have been fought for – for generations.

I’ll be brief and let you ponder these few statements.

  • Morals are standards set by those who want their standards met by others.
  • You never know who you’re talking to.
  • If it doesn’t affect you, why do you care?
  • If you are coming out, be who you are. If you’re not, be who you are.

Educate yourself.

For much more information please go here.



Pay It Back.

Pay It Back.


Do you have someone who has impacted your life in a positive way? Were they influential in your life? Did they have a life-changing effect on you? Have you ever thought to reach out and tell them? Why not?

I encourage you to do so. It may be good for their soul as well as yours.



Don’t wait.

Instead of the “wish I would have” thoughts corrupting your brain, I encourage you to immediately seek out who has influenced your life if you are able to do so. If you haven’t, acknowledging their efforts can be rewarding for you both.

Reaching out doesn’t need to be complicated, it’s simple stuff. While a personal touch is much more desired, an email, a text or a phone call is a start. With social media, you can message them. Post on their wall. If they’re close enough, invite them to lunch. Make a little noise. Make a lot of noise.

Years ago, Oprah Winfrey set off a movement called “Pay It Forward” that is still in use today. I’d like to suggest you take Oprah’s advice, and add another.

I’m going to call my suggestion “Pay It Back“. You can steal it. Call it pay it backwards. Give it back. Call it whatever you’d like. Do it before it’s too late.

I recently came across this while researching a “top secret” project I’m currently working on with someone who inspired and influenced me.




Pay It Back

If someone impacted your life, pay it back. If you have the chance, I strongly suggest you take it. If not given a chance, create it.

Is it in you? I hope so. As one brother has put it so eloquently:

“Be kinder than necessary.”