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 Drew Estate returns to the PCA trade show in March  

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Drew Estate, which withdrew from the PCA trade show in 2020 along with three other major premium cigar producers, is returning to the show next year in 2024.

Drew Estate withdrew from PCA along with Altadis U.S.A., Davidoff of Geneva USA, and General Cigar Co., citing dissatisfaction with the handling of the event by PCA.

“We are returning to PCA 2024 primarily due to two reasons,” David Lazarus, senior vice-president of sales, and President Jonathan Drew said in a statement. “First, over [the] past two years, Drew Estate and PCA leadership engaged in numerous mutually beneficial conversations that forged closer alignment in our positions regarding the most important, industry-wide matters that we all face.  This newfound alignment allows the premium cigar industry to better meet the significant challenges together and advocate for the best interests on behalf of consumers, retailers and manufacturers. Second, the change in dates which slots PCA 2024 to take place in late March rather than July is a valuable change which more strongly aligns with the natural cadence of our industry’s business cycle.”


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