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Camel Snus Brings Tobacco Ads Back To Magazines

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Now the Camel logo is back prominently in major glossies, including Rolling Stone, Sports Illustrated and Maxim -- but not to advertise cigarettes. R. J. Reynolds is advertising Camel Snus, a tobacco packet that wedges in the upper lip and, unlike chewing tobacco, is promoted as "spitless" because low salt content spares users the unpleasantness of public expectoration.

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