On Monday, Lexington Plastic Surgeon John Stokes announced that the company had stopped selling plastic straw and pencil boxes.
Stokes made the announcement at a press conference at the company’s headquarters.
Stokes said that in 2017, the company made approximately $1.5 million in revenue from sales of the plastic straw boxes and that in 2018, the straws will be removed from the business.
Stakes said that the straw sales were an expense, but that the decision was made because the company no longer had the revenue to pay for the straw business.
He said that it was a business decision, and that the industry would continue to adapt to the changing consumer behavior.
Lexington Plastic Surgery is a plastic surgery and plastic molding business located in Lexington, Kentucky.
It is owned by John Stakes.
Stakes has been in business for more than 20 years and is known for his expertise in plastic surgery.
The company is not affiliated with any particular surgeon, or hospital, or medical school.
The company sells plastic straw, plastic welding kit and plastic pencil boxes at its Lexington office.
Stikes said that his company has been growing rapidly, and now has approximately 15 employees, including 20 full-time employees.
The Lexington plastic surgeon said that, although he did not know the exact number of plastic straw sales, he said that he estimated that the number had increased from the end of 2016 to the end in 2018.
Stires said that sales are going well and that he expects to continue to do so.
Stores plans to sell the straw boxes, which he says are becoming increasingly popular because they are easier to store and transport.
Lexium Plastic Surgery has been known to provide a safe, effective and cost-effective service to its patients for more then 20 years.