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Originally posted by Samblak
I alway's thought of somesort of Conspiracy with our 2 favorite Government Taxing bad for your health products.
Why is it that both Budweiser and Malboro share the same type of labeling with there product's, you know that rustic looking Red and White packaging. The fact that they are also the best seller's in there category not to mention both are addicting. Even though Budweiser isn't really that good of a beer it has always puzzled me as to why it's the number one sold beer in the world, I always thought there was some sort of chemical in it that makes people buy it.
Same thing with Marlboro's , all my old friends that I no longer associate with were all addicted to both of these product's. Atleast 30 of them that I knew were alway's smoking the Marlboro red's.
Originally posted by Djarums
Well, I remember years ago when collecting "Marlboro Miles" off the side of the packs that their catalogs were rather summer-centric.
Could it be a promo like that? I'm a bit out of the smoking loop at this point. Do they still have miles, catalogs, etc?
Originally posted by Sntzaow
Phillip morris brand marlboro has big signs in our store that say 7.7.7 A big summer is in store.
[edit on 3-7-2007 by Sntzaow]
Originally posted by Cug
Phillip Morris has been test marketing a "no-spit" smokeless tobacco product for the last few years. Right now it available in a few test markets under the Marlboro brand.
I'd say that 7/7/07 might be the nationwide release of it.