Famous Smoke Shop recognizes and supports our brave soldiers – and to say “Thank You” in our own special way for their commitment to our country, are happy to help ease their demanding duty through our partnership with Cigars for Warriors.
These donations are a taste of home for our troops: a good cigar at the end of a day, plus a chance to unwind – while working hard, so far away from family and friends.
This mission that we have taken up is one of great importance as we know that some of these fine men and women would not be able to enjoy well-deserved moments of reassurance and relaxation without the generosity of sponsors and individual donors.Read More »
Creighton Williams Abrams, Jr. Perhaps you’ve heard of him, perhaps not. This cigar smoking military hero certainly is worth recognizing either way you cut it. This Army General was rarely seen without a cigar in his mouth, and even had the famous General Patton say “I’m supposed to be the best tank commander in the […]Read More »
Intro Considered perhaps one of the most controversial figures in U.S. Military history, and regarded as one of the most successful field commanders of any war, General George Smith Patton, Jr. was born on November 11, 1885 in San Gabriel, California. Even as a child Patton had visions of grandeur, and believed that his goal […]Read More »
Easton, PA (PRWEB) April 6, 2014 Famous Smoke Shop is the nation’s leading online distributor of discount premium cigars. The company has just announced they are shipping out their monthly Operation: Cigars for Warriors donation with this month’s shipment including just over 2,500 cigars. Famous Smoke Shop is an online distributor of discount premium cigars […]Read More »
During my teen years I was a major beach bum and have always been fascinated with the sea, so I joined the U.S. Navy, where I served for 4 years as a hospital corpsman. It allowed me to meet people from all walks of life and was perhaps the greatest social education I’ve ever received. At the time I did not smoke cigars; that came later.Read More »
It was only after getting to Basic Training; I learned I had another name. Fred. Yes, as proof that all soldiers are the same no matter where we came from. We had to learn we were one unit, one force and no different from the soldier next to you, “Fred”, the soldier on the right is no different than “Fred” the soldier on the left of you.Read More »