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  -  The Original Camel cigarettes which became one of the most popular cigarette brands since they were introduced by J. R. Reynolds tobacco company at 1913. The high nicotine content but smooth taste makes Camel cigarettes a classic that will never go away.
Our shop offers you the Camel filter cigarettes, Camel light/blue cigarettes, Camel no-filter cigarettes, Camel Filter 100 Box, and Camel Super Lights.
The Original Camel cigarettes which became one of the most popular cigarette brands since they were introduced by J. R. Reynolds tobacco company at 1913. The high nicotine content but smooth taste makes Camel cigarettes a classic that will never go away. Our shop offers you the Camel filter cigarettes, Camel light/blue cigarettes, Camel no-filter cigarettes, Camel Filter 100 Box, and Camel Super Lights.
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With its distinctive tang, Gitanes Brunes Filter Cigarette will bring a traditional French flavor to your palate.
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The quintessential French experience! With its distinctive tang, Gitanes Brunes Filter Cigarette will bring a traditional French flavor to your palate. Available with or without filter. The name Gitanes means “Spanish gypsy women”, and as such, a silhouette of a gypsy woman with tambourine appears as the box-art. As you enjoy the taste of a Gitanes Brunes Filter Cigarette, you can see her dancing in the smoke. Buy Gitanes Brunes Filter at our on-line shop at discount price
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Camel Cigarettes sex appeal  -  Camel reproduction posters, a table-lighter and ashtray, and life-size floor displays of the sailor and pin-up, were for sale as a mail-in offer. Camel is a popular sigarets brand which was introduced by R.J. Reynolds Tobacco (RJR) in 1913. Camel cigarettes contain a blend of Turkish and American tobacco. Camel cigarettes were blended in a way that made them easier to smoke, in comparison to other much harsher popular cigaretts brands at the time of its debut on the tobacco market. They were also promoted by a careful teaser advertising, which merely stated that the Camels are coming. At the beginning, the most famous variety of Camel cigarettes was the simple pack of the regular, unfiltered variety, which is much too harsh for today's smokers. Camel regular sigarettes became very popular thanks to famous actor Humphrey Bogart who popularized Camel brand in the “Casablanca” film. It also became well-know through news broadcaster Edward Murrow, who smoked up to four packs of Camel regulars per day, actually using a Camel cigarette as his trademark. The reverse side of most packs or boxes of Camel cigarets display the following text: “Turkish tobacco is the world's smoothest, most aromatic leaf. Camel Cigarettes sex appeal
Camel reproduction posters, a table-lighter and ashtray, and life-size floor displays of the sailor and pin-up, were for sale as a mail-in offer. Camel is a popular sigarets brand which was introduced by R.J. Reynolds Tobacco (RJR) in 1913. Camel cigarettes contain a blend of Turkish and American tobacco. Camel cigarettes were blended in a way that made them easier to smoke, in comparison to other much harsher popular cigaretts brands at the time of its debut on the tobacco market. They were also promoted by a careful teaser advertising, which merely stated that the Camels are coming. At the beginning, the most famous variety of Camel cigarettes was the simple pack of the regular, unfiltered variety, which is much too harsh for today’s smokers. Camel regular sigarettes became very popular thanks to famous actor Humphrey Bogart who popularized Camel brand in the “Casablanca” film. It also became well-know through news broadcaster Edward Murrow, who smoked up to four packs of Camel regulars per day, actually using a Camel cigarette as his trademark. The reverse side of most packs or boxes of Camel cigarets display the following text: “Turkish tobacco is the world’s smoothest, most aromatic leaf.
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Cigarettes  légères et  douces  -  Une enquête menée en 1998-1999 par Santé Canada et intitulée : L'attitude des fumeurs à l'égard des cigarettes « légères » et « douces » montrait que :
39% des fumeurs de cigarettes régulières ayant opté pour une cigarette « légère » ou « douce » l'ont fait pour des raisons de santé et 18% en tant que premier pas vers l'abandon.
47% des fumeurs pensent que « légère » signifie que la fumée de ces cigarettes contient moins de goudron, de nicotine et de monoxyde de carbone; 28% pensent que « douce » signifie que la fumée de ces cigarettes contient moins de goudron, de nicotine et de monoxyde de carbone. Lorsqu'on leur demande si ces termes sont ambigüs, 59% des Canadiens estiment que les termes « légère » et « douce » le sont et 38% d'entre eux souhaitent avoir plus d'information quant à leur signification. 24% des fumeurs pensent que le fait que les fabricants étiquètent leurs produits « légères » ou « douces » corresponde à une astuce publicitaire. Les paquets de cigarettes doivent indiquer le niveau d'émission de six substances toxiques sous la forme d'un intervalle : un petit chiffre et un chiffre élevé -- par exemple « goudron 14 - 34 mg ». Cette nouvelle mention reflète bien que les gens fument différemment... et qu'en aucun cas ils ne fument comme une machine.
L'Union européenne a également décidé d'intervenir sur les indicateurs de cigarettes « légères » et « douces ». À partir de septembre 2003, il sera interdit d'inscrire des mentions du genre sur l'emballage des produits du tabac.
Elles sont toutes mortelles Étant donné que la cigarette crée une dépendance, plusieurs fumeurs ont beaucoup de difficultés à cesser de fumer même s'ils savent que le tabagisme nuit à leur santé. Certains fumeurs essaient d'arrêter en adoptant des cigarettes dont l'étiquette porte les mentions « douce » ou « légère » et certains reportent sans cesse le moment où ils vont essayer de cesser de fumer.
Certains fumeurs choisissent des cigarettes étiquetées « légère » en pensant que la fumée de ces dernières peut être moins nocive. Erreur ! Ces fumeurs ajustent consciemment ou inconsciemment leur façon de fumer en prenant des bouffées plus profondes et plus longues ou en couvrant les orifices de ventilation du filtre afin d'inhaler suffisamment de nicotine. Mais en augmentant leur consommation de nicotine de cette façon, les fumeurs inhalent aussi davantage de goudron et d'autres substances cancérigènes.
Plus légère ? Plus douce ? Plus trompeur ? Les du Maurier de format régulier « légère », « extra légère » et « ultra légère » peuvent toutes fournir presque la même quantité de nicotine.
Les Export A « légère » et « spéciale légère » mentionnent exactement les mêmes niveaux d'émissions de substances toxiques.
Les émission de nicotine des six sortes de cigarettes de marque Player's sont presque les mêmes : la valeur élevée de l'intervalle varie de 2,7 à 3,3 mg par cigarette.
Les Craven A de format normal « filtre » et « légère » peuvent émettre exactement la même quantité des six substances toxiques énumérées.
Les Rothmans, du Maurier et Craven A mettent tous en marché les marques grand format « spéciale douce ». Les émissions de goudron et de nicotine varient jusqu'à 300 p. 100 entre ces marques même si elles portent le même nom descriptif.
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Une enquête menée en 1998-1999 par Santé Canada et intitulée : L’attitude des fumeurs à l’égard des cigarettes « légères » et « douces » montrait que : 39% des fumeurs de cigarettes régulières ayant opté pour une cigarette « légère » ou « douce » l’ont fait pour des raisons de santé et 18% en tant que premier pas vers l’abandon. 47% des fumeurs pensent que « légère » signifie que la fumée de ces cigarettes contient moins de goudron, de nicotine et de monoxyde de carbone; 28% pensent que « douce » signifie que la fumée de ces cigarettes contient moins de goudron, de nicotine et de monoxyde de carbone. Lorsqu’on leur demande si ces termes sont ambigüs, 59% des Canadiens estiment que les termes « légère » et « douce » le sont et 38% d’entre eux souhaitent avoir plus d’information quant à leur signification. 24% des fumeurs pensent que le fait que les fabricants étiquètent leurs produits « légères » ou « douces » corresponde à une astuce publicitaire. Les paquets de cigarettes doivent indiquer le niveau d’émission de six substances toxiques sous la forme d’un intervalle : un petit chiffre et un chiffre élevé — par exemple « goudron 14 – 34 mg ». Cette nouvelle mention reflète bien que les gens fument différemment… et qu’en aucun cas ils ne fument comme une machine. L’Union européenne a également décidé d’intervenir sur les indicateurs de cigarettes « légères » et « douces ». À partir de septembre 2003, il sera interdit d’inscrire des mentions du genre sur l’emballage des produits du tabac. Elles sont toutes mortelles Étant donné que la cigarette crée une dépendance, plusieurs fumeurs ont beaucoup de difficultés à cesser de fumer même s’ils savent que le tabagisme nuit à leur santé. Certains fumeurs essaient d’arrêter en adoptant des cigarettes dont l’étiquette porte les mentions « douce » ou « légère » et certains reportent sans cesse le moment où ils vont essayer de cesser de fumer. Certains fumeurs choisissent des cigarettes étiquetées « légère » en pensant que la fumée de ces dernières peut être moins nocive. Erreur ! Ces fumeurs ajustent consciemment ou inconsciemment leur façon de fumer en prenant des bouffées plus profondes et plus longues ou en couvrant les orifices de ventilation du filtre afin d’inhaler suffisamment de nicotine. Mais en augmentant leur consommation de nicotine de cette façon, les fumeurs inhalent aussi davantage de goudron et d’autres substances cancérigènes. Plus légère ? Plus douce ? Plus trompeur ? Les du Maurier de format régulier « légère », « extra légère » et « ultra légère » peuvent toutes fournir presque la même quantité de nicotine. Les Export A « légère » et « spéciale légère » mentionnent exactement les mêmes niveaux d’émissions de substances toxiques. Les émission de nicotine des six sortes de cigarettes de marque Player’s sont presque les mêmes : la valeur élevée de l’intervalle varie de 2,7 à 3,3 mg par cigarette. Les Craven A de format normal « filtre » et « légère » peuvent émettre exactement la même quantité des six substances toxiques énumérées. Les Rothmans, du Maurier et Craven A mettent tous en marché les marques grand format « spéciale douce ». Les émissions de goudron et de nicotine varient jusqu’à 300 p. 100 entre ces marques même si elles portent le même nom descriptif.
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L&M; is marketed as a youthful, hip cigarette brand. This 2001 campaign used the tag line “The aroma unites you with the world!” A newer version of the campaign shows young smokers from major cities around the world (Moscow, Singapore, Budapest) with catch phrases like “Singapore is on the line [connected] with you!” This theme of consumption, particularly of cigarettes, as heavily connected to the idea of a new “international” Ukraine appears in a number of different ad campaigns.
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Lucky Cigarettes ADS at Euro-cig.com  -  Camel is a brand of cigarettes introduced by US company R.J. Reynolds Tobacco (RJR) in 1913. Camels contain a blend of Turkish and United States tobacco. Camel cigarettes were blended to be considerably easier to smoke in contrast to the much harsher brands popular at the time of its introduction. In addition, they were promoted, prior to official release, by a careful advertising campaign that included Lucky Cigarettes ADS at Euro-cig.com
Camel is a brand of cigarettes introduced by US company R.J. Reynolds Tobacco (RJR) in 1913. Camels contain a blend of Turkish and United States tobacco. Camel cigarettes were blended to be considerably easier to smoke in contrast to the much harsher brands popular at the time of its introduction. In addition, they were promoted, prior to official release, by a careful advertising campaign that included “teasers” which merely stated that “the Camels are coming.” This marketing style was, in fact, a prototype for attempts to sway public opinion that coincided with the United States’ entry into the First World War. Another promotion strategy was the use of a Circus camel, ‘Old Joe’, which was driven through town and used to distribute free cigarettes. Old Joe was used as the model for the camel on the package. The brand’s catch-phrase slogan, used for decades, was, “I’d walk a mile for a Camel!” The most famous variety of Camel cigarettes was the soft pack of the regular, unfiltered variety. Camel regulars achieved the zenith of their popularity through personalities such as news broadcaster Edward R. Murrow, who smoked up to four packs of Camel regulars per day, in effect using a Camel cigarette as his trademark. In late 1987, RJR created Joe Camel as the mascot for the brand. In 1991, the American Medical Association published a report stating that 5- and 6-year olds could more easily recognize Joe Camel than Mickey Mouse, Fred Flintstone, Bugs Bunny or even Barbie. This led the association to ask RJR to pull the Joe Camel campaign. RJR declined, but further appeals followed in 1993 and 1994. On July 10, 1997, the Joe Camel campaign was retired and replaced with a somewhat more adult campaign which appealed to the desires of twenty- something to meet or as the case may be, actually be beautiful and exotic women (desires they nonetheless share with teenagers). In 2005, Camel instigated new changes to the Turkish flavors by adding the name on the cigarette paper and changing the filter color and design. A blend called “Turkish Silver”, a light version of either the Turkish Gold or Royal varieties, also became available that year. When smoked, the text on the paper is often still visible on the ashes. Package The camel in the logo is of the dromedary variety. In other languages than English, a distinction is made between camels and dromedaries, so the name and image don’t coincide. The name was chosen because in the early 20th century travels to far away places were in vogue and a camel symbolized that nicely. The package artwork was used by rock band Camel for their second album Mirage (including the package sides to make for a square image). Camel at Euro-cig.com are only original Made in USA.
LUCKY LIGHTENS UP (1982-1986)  -  The 1985 LUCKY LIGHTENS UP (1982-1986)
The 1985 “Light My Lucky” campaign was the third unsuccessful attempt by The American Tobacco Company to add a filter tipped line extension to their old standard, Lucky Strike. Sales of non-filtered Luckies had been on the decline since the 1950’s. In terms of corporate strategy, perhaps the most interesting attempt was the 1982 “Lucky Strikes Again” campaign that was headed up by Thomas C. Hays, a 47 year old non-smoker. Hays had between 50 and 100 million dollars to promote a low tar filter tip version of Lucky Strike. He felt that the best way to do this was to emphasize the fun of the cigarette. A dart-throwing tournament and roving vans with women passing out free packs in bowling alleys, bars, and restaurants went nowhere. It should be noted that Thomas Hays wasn’t a tobaccoman. He had been an executive with Jergens Lotion before joining ATCo. To be fair, there were plenty of cigarette test markets that were run by tobaccomen that also failed. Nevertheless, The American Tobacco Company went out of business in 1994.LUCKY LIGHTENS UP 1982—1986 The 1985 “Light My Lucky” campaign was the third unsuccessful attempt by The American Tobacco Company to add a filter tipped line extension to their old standard, Lucky Strike. Sales of non-filtered Luckies had been on the decline since the 1950’s. In terms of corporate strategy, perhaps the most interesting attempt was the 1982 “Lucky Strikes Again” campaign that was headed up by Thomas C. Hays, a 47 year old non-smoker. Hays had between 50 and 100 million dollars to promote a low tar filter tip version of Lucky Strike. He felt that the best way to do this was to emphasize the fun of the cigarette. A dart-throwing tournament and roving vans with women passing out free packs in bowling alleys, bars, and restaurants went nowhere. It should be noted that Thomas Hays wasn’t a tobaccoman. He had been an executive with Jergens Lotion before joining ATCo. To be fair, there were plenty of cigarette test markets that were run by tobaccomen that also failed. Nevertheless, The American Tobacco Company went out of business in 1994.
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“WHAT YOU’RE LOOKING FOR” 1997—1998 A sophisticated adult advertising campaign that used the slogan “What You’re Looking For,” replaced the infamous Smooth Joe, a cartoon camel that anti-tobacco hated. Mezzina/Brown, the advertising agency responsible for the stylish new ads, put an outline of the camel icon in smoke, condensation, and several other interesting places. With no text used, not even the Camel brand name, the sometimes hidden image of the classic camel is soft-sell at its best.
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SOPHISTICATED SEX APPEAL, 1970s STYLE (1970-1979)  -  Back in the 1970's much of the money that manufacturers spent on cigarette advertising went for magazine, newspaper, and Sunday supplement ads. The 1971 radio and television ban had forced this shift. The outdoor billboard industry, rapid transit advertising, and the sponsorship of sporting events, also benefited from the broadcasting ban. Cigarette manufacturers seemed to put their best foot forward when they chose the attractive, intelligent looking, stylish women pictured below to advertise their product. SOPHISTICATED SEX APPEAL, 1970s STYLE (1970-1979)
Back in the 1970’s much of the money that manufacturers spent on cigarette advertising went for magazine, newspaper, and Sunday supplement ads. The 1971 radio and television ban had forced this shift. The outdoor billboard industry, rapid transit advertising, and the sponsorship of sporting events, also benefited from the broadcasting ban. Cigarette manufacturers seemed to put their best foot forward when they chose the attractive, intelligent looking, stylish women pictured below to advertise their product.
Very Sexi appeal for Camel cigarettes  -  British American Tobacco Plc (LSE: BATS) is the second largest cigarette company in the world. It is based in London and is a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index with a market capitalization of over ?20 billion as of June 2005. Established in 1902, when the United Kingdom's Imperial Tobacco Company and the American Tobacco Company of the USA agreed to form a joint venture, the British-American Tobacco Company Ltd. The parent companies agreed not to trade in each other's domestic territory and to assign trademarks, export businesses and overseas subsidiaries to the joint venture. James 'Buck' Duke became its chairman. The British American Tobacco business thus began life in countries as diverse as Canada, China, Germany, South Africa and Australia, but not in the United Kingdom or USA. In 1911 the American Tobacco Company sold its share of the company. Imperial Tobacco gradually reduced its shareholding, but it was not until 1980 that it divested its remaining interests in the company. In 1976 the group companies were reorganized under a new holding company, B.A.T Industries. In 1994 BAT acquired its former parent, American Tobacco Company (though reorganized after anti-trust proceedings). This brought the Lucky Strike and Pall Mall brands into BAT's portfolio. In 1999 it acquired Rothmans International, which included a share in a factory in Myanmar. This made it the target of criticism from human rights groups. It sold its share of the factory on November 6, 2003 after a Very Sexi appeal for Camel cigarettes
British American Tobacco Plc (LSE: BATS) is the second largest cigarette company in the world. It is based in London and is a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index with a market capitalization of over ?20 billion as of June 2005. Established in 1902, when the United Kingdom’s Imperial Tobacco Company and the American Tobacco Company of the USA agreed to form a joint venture, the British-American Tobacco Company Ltd. The parent companies agreed not to trade in each other’s domestic territory and to assign trademarks, export businesses and overseas subsidiaries to the joint venture. James ‘Buck’ Duke became its chairman. The British American Tobacco business thus began life in countries as diverse as Canada, China, Germany, South Africa and Australia, but not in the United Kingdom or USA. In 1911 the American Tobacco Company sold its share of the company. Imperial Tobacco gradually reduced its shareholding, but it was not until 1980 that it divested its remaining interests in the company. In 1976 the group companies were reorganized under a new holding company, B.A.T Industries. In 1994 BAT acquired its former parent, American Tobacco Company (though reorganized after anti-trust proceedings). This brought the Lucky Strike and Pall Mall brands into BAT’s portfolio. In 1999 it acquired Rothmans International, which included a share in a factory in Myanmar. This made it the target of criticism from human rights groups. It sold its share of the factory on November 6, 2003 after a “exceptional request” from the British government. In 2003, BAT acquired Ente Tabacchi Italiani (ETI) S.p.A, Italy’s state tobacco company. The important acquisition would elevate BAT to the number two position in Italy, the second largest tobacco market in the European Union. The scale of the enlarged operations would bring significant opportunities to compete and grow ETI’s local brands and BAT’s international brands. Buy our Lucky manufactured in the USA.
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WINSTONS TASTE GOOD LIKE A CIGARETTE SHOULD (1954-1972)  -  During the last half of the 1950's and throughout the 1960's, The R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company playfully stressed the fact that their slogan for Winston cigarettes was grammatically incorrect. In a 1981 Playboy magazine interview, movie and television actor James Garner claimed that he was the guy responsible for the error. Garner stated that the first thing he ever did on film was to misread a Winston commercial. Winstons really taste good AS a cigarette should. WINSTONS TASTE GOOD LIKE A CIGARETTE SHOULD (1954-1972)
During the last half of the 1950’s and throughout the 1960’s, The R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company playfully stressed the fact that their slogan for Winston cigarettes was grammatically incorrect. In a 1981 Playboy magazine interview, movie and television actor James Garner claimed that he was the guy responsible for the error. Garner stated that the first thing he ever did on film was to misread a Winston commercial. Winstons really taste good AS a cigarette should.
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