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Cigar News: Protocol Cigars Unveils Latest Release: Cyber Crimes Unit (CCU)

Protocol Cigars unveiled their new core line cigar for this year, Cyber Crimes Unit (CCU). The last addtioin to the core line prior was the Protocol Official Misconduct in 2018. As always, this cigar has a law enforcement theme and the Protocol Cyber Crimes honors those that protect the world from cyber criminals. The mission of the CCU Investigation squads are to conduct and assist in investigations where computers, networks, telecommunication devices, and other technological instruments are the vehicle or target for the commission of criminal acts against network resources critical to the function of corporate or government entities.

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Cigar News: Espinosa Hires Tyler Jones as Territory Manager

Espinosa Premium Cigars announced they have hired Tyler Jones as a Territory Manager effective August 3, 2020. Erik Espinosa said, “I saw this kid a few years and knew he had it, but he was working part-time at cigar shop in Ohio and serving his country in the United States Air Force. Now that his military service is over, we are ready to have him join our sales team.”

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Cigar News: Protocol Announces Protocol Pool Party Year 1

Protocol Cigars (Cubariqueno Cigar Company) has announced a new limited edition cigar called the Protocol Pool Party Year 1. Like all other Protocol cigars, they are rolled at Erik Espinosa’s La Zona Factory in Esteli, Nicaragua. It comes in one size, a Corona Gordo: 5 5/8 X 46. Protocol Pool Party Year 1 comes in paper bundles of 10, and only 100 bundles were produced. The packaging is remeniscent of summer time pool parties.

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Cigar News: Espinosa 601 La Bomba Warhead Returns With ‘Warhead VI’

Espinosa Premium Cigars announced today the sixth installment of their warhead series with ‘Warhead VI.’ The line made its debut with the first Warhead back in 2013 as an offshoot of the 601 La Bomba line and has since become an annual release in limited quantities. The blend remains the same each year, but the sizes are always different.

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