We are proud to announce the nomination of the Electronic Cigarette Association’s new President, Matt Salmon. Matt Salmon is a former member of the US House of Representatives from Arizona (1995-2001). Today he is the president of the Electronic Cigarette Association (ECA), following on a path of life’s work in the public health arena that has included pushing through a law in the state of Arizona that was among the first public smoking bans, and later in 2000, being named Congressman of the Year by the American Cancer Society.

For more information about Matt, please visit Matt Salmon’s Bio Page.

Message From The Electronic Cigarette Association President

2 thoughts on “Electronic Cigarette Association President, Matt Salmon

  1. thank you so much for backing us e smokers up. I applause you and every one behind you. I have been a smoker for almost 20 years. I have tried everything to quit. My health was in risk. Now it has been 6 months and I have not had an analog cigarette. I went through 3 hard weeks of coughing up aweful stuff in from in my lungs. I have to say that alone was a wake up call. Because of the electronic cigarette. I am feeling like a million dollars. My husband is amazed, my children are proud of me, and I can do things today that I wouldnt of been able to do 6 months ago. Please dont give up the fight on this. I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for your support and interest in helping us smokers get a second chance. God Bless you and everyone involved.

  2. Hi Matt, I’m 42 and been smoking for 28 years. I live in Worcester MA.I have tried everyting from pills to the patch and even cold turkey a couple of times. I’m proud to say i’m tobacco free for 13 days thanks to the e cigarette. I have no desire to smoke a real cigarette anymore. We have the same last name. Strange enough that I even visited this website, anyrate if you need some help promoting it or financial help don’t hesitate to contact me. Best of luck to you and me as well.

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