Philip Morris launches ads in newspapers-only campaign

Nicholson, Joe
February 2000
Editor & Publisher;02/28/2000, Vol. 133 Issue 9, p29
Trade Publication
Reports on Philip Morris Cos. Inc.'s launch of an advertising campaign for newspapers. Promotion to inform the people about tobacco-related issues; Newspapers where the advertisements have appeared; Reason for selecting newspapers for the campaign.


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