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20 Vintage Red Man Chewing Tobacco Ads

The Red Man brand of chewing tobacco was first introduced to the US in 1904. Promotional activities tied-in with rural and outdoor sporting events was a main stay of Red Man s marketing strategy. From 1952 to 1955, Red Man produced a series of baseball cards, the only tobacco company to do so after 1920. […]

14 Must See Camel Knock-Off Anti-Smoking Ads

Tobacco brand advertisements are among the most spoofed in advertising history, particularly for anti-smoking campaigns. Perhaps this is because the success of cigarette advertising has been immense. RJ Reynold s Joe Camel was extremely successful at establishing itself as a household name. By age 6, an equal number of children were able to recognize Joe […]

30 Crazy Old Cigarette Ads Claimed That “More Doctors Smoke Camels Than Any Other Cigarette”

One common technique used by the tobacco industry to reassure a worried public was to incorporate images of physicians in their ads. The none-too-subtle message was that if the doctor, with all of his expertise, chose to smoke a particular brand, then it must be safe. Unlike with celebrity and athlete endorsers, the doctors depicted […]