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    Piala is a Tokyo based online business consulting and marketing company, because employees who US Cigarettes For Sale often complain to smoking colleagues consume time, and in September launched this program.

    Company spokesman Matsushima Hirotaka (Hirotaka Matsushima, transliteration) said: “since our #dftdftfg# office is located in the 29 floor… Smokers at least take 10 minutes to go to an ordinary smoking room in Cigarettes Wholesale the basement and return to the office.”

    Matsushima Hirotaka said, “so we decided to reward non smokers, which is better than punishing smokers.”

    Piala employs a total of 120 people. Since September 1st, 4 of 42 smokers have quit smoking habits. He said: Cheap Cigarettes “if they successfully fulfill their commitments in a year, they will receive an additional 6 days of paid vacation.”

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