Stylish Smokes

January 2005
Convenience Store News;1/10/2005, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p16
Trade Publication
This article presents information on several new products. New for 2005, the Juicy Jay's brand of flavored rolling papers is now offered with 5 meters of uncut paper in every box, allowing consumers to decide the length of their smoking experience rather than being relegated to the size constraints of pre-cut rolling papers. General Tobacco Co. (GT), recently added the Champion line of affordable tobacco cigarettes to its family of brands. Like its related brands — GT One, Bronco and Silver — the premium quality Champion line is made of Colombian-blend tobacco and is close to 50 percent more affordable than its competitors, according to the company. INSET: Selling Like Wildfire.


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