FIRMIN CIGARS AUSTRALIA – HISTORY
Director, Trent Firmin former Store/Sales Manager of a Cigar store on the Gold Coast for over 18 years and Sales/Cigar Consultant for Alfred Dunhill of London Australia and his wife Melanie also former Alfred Dunhill of London Sales Consultant, and manager of a high-end Jewellery house have now opened their very own, boutique on-line Cigar Store on the Gold Coast (Goldie), Queensland, Australia. Based at Burleigh Heads new premises we invite you make an appointment to discuss any requirements you may have.
Firmin Cigars are the Australian Cigar Specialists and leaders in Boutique, Small Batch, Craft, Rare, Vintage, Limited Edition & Cuban Cigars Online and wholesale Australia wide. We supply some of the most prominent and famous people in Australia so you can be sure to get the very best advice and service, don’t settle for average when you can have the very best!
No.1 in high-end and very high-quality accessories – Siglo Accessory, Lamborghini Accessories, Lalique Decorative Arts and Home, S.T Dupont and Baccarat in Australia.
Trent is also a qualified Interior Designer (Dip.) lending himself to designing or consulting your work/office space and can assist in all walk-in humidor designs.
Firmin Cigars are Cuban Cigar Specialists. Cigar, Tobacco & Pipe Importers/Exporters, Wholesalers to the trade, Boutique On-Line Store, we can assist & consult with anyone on private functions (bucks party gifts a specialty) & weddings. By appoinment Only.
Orders are by Direct Deposit or American Express: – Please email me or phone me with your requirements.
I will email an invoice:
Account Details: TRIVERMEL Pty Ltd
ABN:48 626 955 404
BANK: Bank Of Queensland – Burleigh Heads
11 James Street Burleigh Heads QLD 4220
Account Name: TRIVERMEL P/L t/as FIRMIN CIGARS
Account No. : 22864063
For Wholesale Inquiries please call or email or use the Contact Us page. Please call for further assistance or to book an appoinment at our office in Burleigh Heads with Trent Firmin “The Cigar Specialist”
Ask about our Concierge service : Trent – 0430 448 684 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Habanos S.A Senior Curso Diploma (Habanos Academia – Cuban Cigar Diploma), which is recorded and archived with the Cuban Government and with over 25+ years in the industry and extensive knowledge of all tobacco & non- tobacco related products you can rest assured you will receive true, first class expertise and a service, second to none.
FIRMIN CIGARS ARE MEMBERS OF THE IPCPR
Founded in 1933, the International Premium Cigar & Pipe Retailers Association (IPCPR) is the oldest, largest and most active trade association representing and assisting retailers of premium tobacco products and their suppliers. IPCPR is a not-for-profit trade association recognized as the “Voice of Authority and Reason” on premium tobacco related issues. The Association provides its members with assistance in fighting onerous tobacco legislation and regulation, brings retailers and manufacturers together in mutually advantageous business relationships and provides its members with market data, research, services and product information to assist them in profitable operation of their businesses.
The organization formerly named RTDA – Retail Tobacco Dealers of America – changed its name to International Premium Cigar and Pipe Retailers Association in 2007 to distinguish its mission from that of cigarette and machine made cigar sellers and manufacturers.
I am passionate about the Cigar & Tobacco Industry along with it’s rich history and keep up to date on everything for my valued customers. Therefore am member with the IPCPR – International Premium Cigar & Pipe Retailer USA.
YOUNG DIGGERS –
Support and programs for serving and ex-serving military personnel and their families
Young Diggers provides a variety of support services and programs to help serving and ex-serving personnel of the Australian Defence Force, their dependents and direct family members.
Whether you, or a family member, has served in the Army, Navy or Air Force on operational deployment or during peace time, or you a member of the Australian Federal Police who has served on peacekeeping missions, we are here for you. Our main objective is to enhance and maintain your quality of life during your transition from military to civilian life and help you overcome the difficulties you are facing.
All our information and services are free. We can assist you with accessing counselling services, tools and information on overcoming the difficulties of serving in the Defence Force, including military to civilian transition, sexual harassment and disorders like PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), plus much more, we believe in this amazing support program and hope you’ll get behind it.
The charity tackling prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention.
The state of men’s health is in crisis. Men experience worse longer-term health than women and die on average six years earlier. Prostate cancer rates will double in the next 15 years. Testicular cancer rates have already doubled in the last 50. Three quarters of suicides are men. Poor mental health leads to half a million men taking their own life every year. That’s one every minute.
I DRAW CHILDHOOD CANCER –
The charity IDCC in conjunction with The Kids’ Cancer Project to research and help find more effective treatments for kids with Cancer.
Angus Olsen is an illustrator from Katoomba NSW, who volunteers creating resources for children and their families facing childhood cancer. Angus is an amazing artist and a Cancer Dad, his daughter Jane who is in remission at the moment has battled with the disease since she was two. Angus spent many dark months living in hospital, albeit on and off, while she underwent scans, surgeries and seemingly endless rounds of chemotherapy.
On a daily, if not hourly basis at her bedside, Angus Olsen, a Blue Mountains NSW barista by day and an illustrator in his spare time, bore witness to the medical intervention that would save her life – horrified by its brutality and feeling very much alone in circumstances more often endured by mothers.
How could he put into words and explain to his little girl why a tube was being put into her nose? Was it normal for a toddler’s delicate cheek skin to literally wear away after hundreds of sticky dressing changes?
As his daughter wavered between life and death Angus picked up his iPad deriving small comfort from drawing what he couldn’t put into words.
If you would like to donate to Angus Olsen to assist in obtaining new ipad programs and help fund his – I draw Childhood Cancer projects then go to PayPal and use his email address to donate : email@example.com or visit The Kids’ Cancer Project