Fresh Cigarettes And Tobacco News

Yellow road Camel campaign

| June 25, 2013

Camel Campaign:
This campaign seeks people to follow a yellow road.  This is a circuit because the brand create a lounge located in Santa Fe this will be a bar smoking where there will be brand presence (ashtrays, lighters, etc. ..)
These will be two floors and you can smoke in them besides having music and drinks they make strategic stops in bar areas.


President Obama’s Cigarette Tax End in Smoke

| May 24, 2013

Cigarette Tax in SmokePresidential finances are all about theater. However this year was more theatrical than virtually all: Its greatest single new proposition – the sin tax to deliver $78 billion to finance a preschool education program – faded virtually once Obama declared it several weeks ago.


Marlboro Maker Presented its New Chief Managing Officer

| April 5, 2013

Philip Morris InternationalPhilip Morris International (PMI) reported several days ago that CEO Louis C. Camilleri will be substituted by the person who directed it before it grew to become an individual company.


Smoking Habit Cool Factor for Teenagers

| October 1, 2012

discount hilton cigsToday, even though there’s a lot of of smoke-free warnings, 18.7 per cent of teenagers in the 12th grade smoke cigs 11.8 per cent of 10th graders smoke and 6.1 per cent of 8th graders smoke also. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse’s Monitoring the Future research these numbers are historically low but getting hooked on nicotine is never a good idea. Teenagers smoke tobacco products because of the “cool factor” and their peers probably smoke too. Some might argue that it relaxes them but that’s not what study shows. The reality is cigarette is a drug.


Cigarettes Tax Increased in China after Earthquake

| September 17, 2012

cheap karelia cigaretteExperts in south China’s Yunnan province, where a recent earthquake required at least 81 lives, now plan to sell 400,000 cartons of cigs in order to increase tax  income to spend on quake relief, a Chinese daily argued. According to the state-run Global Times daily, China has become the world’s largest cigarettes manufacturer and tobacco consumer, with more than 300 million smokers. It is considered that deaths in China from smoking habit will exceed three million annually by 2050.