Lost Still Finds Fans After 10 Years, Will Vaping Survive The Next Decade

When looking to hire new management for a vape shop locally, there is a decade of baby boomers and other customers to be considered. Whether coming to the new vaping shop in Wisconsin or somewhere else in the United States, buyers are part of a united new world generation. Their memories reside together, around things like sporting events, rock concerts, comic books, and of course television shows.

This is why anyone being considered for management positions must know certain pop culture references, one being the TV show called Lost. It wasn’t the top show of all time, but is iconic enough to still find new fans after 10 years or more. Lost has become a favorite binge watch on Netflix and other streaming movie services. Which are the favorite medium of the children, whom were introduced to it by their parents.

Lost still finds fans today, because somethings never inherently change. Just as a vaping shop in Wisconsin can draw a wide variety of ages and people, so can memories shared by a cultural generation with romanticism. Managers always need to have a finger on the pulse of their niche markets, but sales of vape paraphernalia are marketed to the whole spectrum of the baby boomers and beyond into the Y2K generation.

This is why I wanted to aim my sights on recruitment of new management hires, who also realized their ability to sell out their niche demographics. Lost is a television show that is reminiscent of times recently remembered, as one day vaping maybe seen as a pastime only recently lost to the memories of the next generation. To vape or not to vape could someday be the question at hand.