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Camel is a trade mark of cigarettes that was introduced by American company R.J. Reynolds Tobacco in the summer of 1913. Most current Camel cigs include a blend of Turkish and Virginia tobacco.
Camel cigarettes were originally blended to have a milder taste in contrast to brands that were considered much harsher at the time of its introduction.
The most famous historical style of Camel cigarettes is the soft pack of the regular, unfiltered variety. Camel regulars achieved the zenith of their popularity through personalities such as news broadcaster Edward R. Murrow, who smoked up to four packs of Camel regulars per day, in effect using a Camel cigarette as his trademark.
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Joe Camel Not for Kids
Torrens faced insistent questioning, however, by Reynolds lawyer John B. Williams, who pointed out that there were other ways -- enforcing existing laws banning tobacco sales to minors -- to attack the problems of underage smoking.
Reynolds is arguing that tobacco advertising plays no role in a minor's decision to smoke. Moreover, the Joe Camel cigarettes marketing campaign was not directed at minors, and the FTC's complaint tramples on the constitutionally protected right of a lawful industry to advertise its products, the company has said.
Hirst draws on a Camel cigarettes
DAMIEN HIRST reportedly gave up smoking in the autumn, but that has not stopped him from lending his talents to Camel cigarettes. Club-goers are falling over themselves to pay $8 a pack for Camel pack of his design.
Hirst has signed up for the "artists' packs" programme organised by cigarette-maker R.J. Reynolds, a campaign reminiscent of the famous Andy Warhol-inspired Absolut vodka adverts. . . In 1995, he made Party-Time, a sculpture of a giant ashtray covered with stubbed-out cigarette butts. In 1997, he published The Beautiful Afterlife, a book with photographs of cigarette stubs.
R. J. Reynolds has restricted sale of the packs to three modish locations in New York -- Global 33, Wonder Bar and Gemini Lounge -- and to several bars in Chicago.
Nevertheless, German tourists have discovered the art world bargain and are said to be snapping up Hirst's Camel cigarettes by the carton.
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