Home Builds : Sharing Our Cigar Lifestyle Lounges and Hangouts

Chris LaPointe

Chris LaPointe

Your guide through these beautiful homes

Welcome to the inaugural ‘Home Build’ article of The NGCS. This month we are traveling to Illinois to visit JD Horsts home lounge. JD has been a fan of NGCS since its beginning on Facebook and when we started this magazine, he contacted us right away to see if he could contribute to the magazine in any ways. We at The NGCS were looking through all the hundreds of posts on our Facebook group already trying to decide how to get some of the many amazing Home Builds into the magazine.. it was a match made in Heaven for our first article. Below is written by JD himself, all about his self titled, ‘Horst Bunker’:

Welcome to the inaugural ‘Home Build’ article of The NGCS. This month we are traveling to Illinois to visit JD Horsts home lounge. JD has been a fan of NGCS since its beginning on Facebook and when we started this magazine, he contacted us right away to see if he could contribute to the magazine in any ways. We at The NGCS were looking through all the hundreds of posts on our Facebook group already trying to decide how to get some of the many amazing Home Builds into the magazine.. it was a match made in Heaven for our first article.
Below is written by JD himself, all about his self titled, ‘Horst Bunker’:

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We hope you enjoyed this months Home Build. If you or someone you know has an amazing and unique home cigar lounge that you think would make a terrific addition to The NGCS and want to be featured in a future article, please send us 2-3 pictures of your home build with a short description/write-up about it.
Remember not all submission will be added to the magazine. We will contact only those that we choose to use.
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