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Jim Colucci

IPCPR 2019: Sindicato

If there’s one question that gets asked on the show floor more times than I care to answer, it has to do with what impressed...
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Jim Colucci Named COO & President of Gurkha Cigars (Update)

Gurkha Cigars has confirmed a report that Jim Colucci of Sindicato Cigar Group has been named the company’s new chief operating officer and president, and that...
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IPCPR 2018: Sindicato

Sindicato Cigar Group, the company owned by a collective of cigar retailers, came to the show with a new line in one hand and newly-designed...
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Sindicato to Introduce Cubico at IPCPR (Update)

At the upcoming IPCPR Convention & Trade Show, Sindicato Cigars is planning on releasing its newest line, Cubico. The new line is a regular production...
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IPCPR 2017: Sindicato

Sindicato Cigars was once again part of a larger group of booths that include Casa Fernández and Warped, and while there was some crossover in...
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IPCPR 2016: Sindicato

Just a few years ago, the 2013 IPCPR Convention & Trade Show opened with a good bit of buzz surrounding a new company formed by...
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Sindicato Bringing Back Particulares Brand at IPCPR 2016

In 1935, Segundo Lopez filed a registration in Cuba for a new brand, Montecristo. A short time later, Lopez sold his Particulares factory and the brand to Alonso...
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Sindicato Miami Edition 2015

The talk of the 2013 IPCPR Convention & Trade Show was a new company called Sindicato. Over 40 of the country’s top retailers formed a...
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Sindicato Maduro Slated for IPCPR 2014

Sindicato Cigars long-planned flagship maduro cigar will debut this July. The Sindicato Maduro, a project in the works for over a year, is made by...
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Press Release: Sindicato Introduces Its New Flagship Cigar, The Sindicato

May 1, 2014 (Boca Raton, Fla.) — Sindicato Cigars strives to bring the best together in its journey to create greatness. The company continually searches...
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Sindicato Emerges

The eponymous Sindicato line has emerged. Corona Cigar Co., a member of Sindicato, posted the first known photo of the cigar on its Instagram page...
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