Ozgener Family Cigars Donates Bosphorus Line Proceeds to Turkey-Syria Earthquake Relief


Over the past 10 days, the world has seen devastation continue to grow after the magnitude 7.8 earthquake and subsequent aftershocks that struck Turkey and Syria. Relief efforts have spread around the world, and Ozgener Family Cigars has announced a commitment to help with recovery. Through the sale of the Bosphorus line of cigars, the young cigar company donated to the Turkish Charity Foundation, an organization dedicated to supporting the Turkish and Turkish-American communities, to provide aid to earthquake victims. Donate a portion of the proceeds.

The earthquake is already one of the deadliest of this century, but we are in the early stages of assessing the total destruction. The official death toll has topped 35,000, but is expected to rise further. About 23 million people, including 1.4 million children, could be affected by the disaster, according to the World Health Organization. UNICEF spokesman James Elder estimates the number of affected children is much higher, closer to 7 million. The ultimate cost is widely believed to be somewhere in the tens of billions of dollars.

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“What happened in Turkey is a very emotional and devastating tragedy,” he said. Tim Osgenor, President of Ozgener Family Cigars. “The Bosphorus has a direct and inspiring connection to Turkey, so we felt it was absolutely necessary to help those affected.”

Ozgener’s parents were both born in Turkey and were created to give a direct nod to the Bosphorus, which is located in Turkey, with the Bosphorus being a historically important body of water separating countries, especially Europe and Asia. The Ozgener Family Cigars Bosphorus line was his debut release from the company founded in 2022. CAO Cigar Brand with his father Kano Ozgenerwas out of the industry for 12 years before returning last year.

The Bosphorus cigar range comes in four sizes and is manufactured by industry legend Ernesto Perez-Carrillo. La Alianza Factory in the Dominican Republic. cigar lover have completed vertical brand tasting in the line of January 10 issue Cigar Insider, giving brands an average score of 92 points. Consistent box press smokes were led by B52, a 5-inch long, 52 ring gauge Robusto, and B55, a 5 1/2-inch ring gauge, 55 ring gauge Toro, scoring 93 points each. Earned.

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