Tobacco Puffs On

Kruger, Renee Marisa
February 2001
Retail Merchandiser;Feb2001, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p52
Trade Publication
Describes the condition of the tobacco industry in the United States after cigarette makers agreed to settle lawsuits filed against them by several states. Revenue growth for moist smokeless tobacco; Marketing potential of make-your-own cigarettes; Implementation of programs by Brown & Williamson to attract competitive smokers.


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