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Marlboro Cigarettes

Marlboro Cigarettes Gold (Light)

Marlboro Cigarettes Gold (Light) data of packaging: 10 packs include 200 cigarettes in 88mm box. Cigs ingredients are 6mg of Tar and 0.5mg of Nicotine and made in Europe.

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The list of countries, where Marlboro cigarette brand is the most popular (in alphabetical order): Australia, Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Dominican Republic, Honduras, India, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Taiwan, United States of America or USA or U.S. and  European countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Lithuania, Moldova, Netherlands or Holland, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Roumania, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, United Kingdom or England or UK.

The brand is popular in most countries of the world!

The scale of popularity is based on search queries of those users who try to buy cigarettes online.

Soon we'll make the list of cigarettes popularity according to discount cigarettes sales online.

Also we are planning to observe the cigarette prices in different countries.

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Marlboro cigarettes are manufactured in following countries: Argentina, Brazil, Finland, Germany, Italy, Japan, Sweden, Switzerland, UK, USA.

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Marlboro Cigarette Advertising. Ads in 1975

Marlboro Cigarette Advertising. Ads in 1975

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Philip Morris's famous "Marlboro Country" campaign

Visual treatment closely resembles Philip Morris's famous "Marlboro Country" campaign which has been running in the United States and a number of other markets, including Australia, for some time. Our illustrations show examples of both the Marlboro and Paul Revere campaigns. The cowboy forms the main picture in both, and the general layout is similar. The established Marlboro copy line reads:  Come to where the flavor is. Come to Marlboro Country. There is not much of a frontier between Marlboro Country and the domain of Paul Revere as far as copy 13 concerned. That for Paul Revere reads:  This is where the flavor is. Come over to Paul Revere. We understand that New Zealand currently sells only small quantities of Marlboro, imported from Australia, and that it has not so far been vigorously promoted. We have not so far heard if Philip Morris has raised objections to the Paul Revere campaign.  

Racing car simulator in Marlboro U. K. promotion

At the present time Marlboro is only minimally represented on the U. K. market, although it is a significant runner in a number of Continental European markets. Now there are signs of marketing activity for the brand in Britain, as evidenced by recent promotional work in connection with the sponsorship by Philip Morris of the BRM motor racing team. Readers may recall the words of Philip Morris Europe's president: "By this action we feel that we are not only contributing to and furthering the future of racing as a sport, but also helping Philip Morris to integrate into many different countries and backgrounds and get closer to our consumers on their own ground. We are a multi-national organization and we feel that motor racing is a multi-national sport."  Around mid-May London evening papers carried whole page advertisements announcing a 2-day "Waterloo Grand Prix" - centred on a Marlboro stand in the main concourse of busy Waterloo Station with its heavy commuter traffic. In a trailer truck, open at one side, was placed a replica of the P-180 Marlboro - BRM Formula I racing car, the steering of which was linked to a cine-screen in front of the car on which was projected a drivers-eye sequence of the Paul Ricard track in France. The would-be driver gets into the car, and "drives" around the track, using the brakes and gears - and the speed of the film responds to these. A driver who goes off the track hears a buzz, and loses one second on his time. The "ideal" time for a lap is said to be 20 seconds, and each entrant is given a certificate after his 5-lap "drive", which gives his time and average speed. The promotion attracted considerable interest, mainly from young men, and mainly at the home-going end of the day. As a spectator event, the idea was perhaps not as dramatic as it might be, for it was necessary to curtain off most of the car so as to enable the projected track to be shown in darkness. While entrants lined up to get a turn (they checked in at a table at which sat an organizer), sampling was carried out by girls dressed in team jackets of red and white.


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Excerpts from Spending Review 1990


IV. Demographics
Marlboro is the number one brand among men, women and all age groups except 45+ where Marlboro is second behind Winston.
• Since ’6, Marlboro’s share of smokers has grown steadily from 22.9% to 25.5% in ’9. The brand's growth is primarily due to Marlboro Lights, as Red and Gold have remained relatively flat. Share of men and women have increased from 27.4% to 30.3% and 18.3% to 20.8%, respectively. Share within each age group has also grown.
Marlboro’s share of 18-24 smokers continues to increase from 49.5% in ’6 to 58% in ’9. Marlboro’s share of men 18-24 has grown 7% since ’6 to 61%. Marlboro’s share of women 18-24 has grown faster, increasing 12.4 points or 29% since ’6 to 55%.
Marlboro’s overall profile has maintained its masculine skew (59% male) in recent years, supported by the strongly male Red business (72% male) and the 50/50 Lights business. However, over a 10 year period, as Lights grows, Marlboro is edging more female, shifting from 64% male in 1979 to 59% in ’9.
• Within Marlboro Lights, a shift in gender profile is occuring among 18-24 year old smokers. In ’6, Marlboro Lights Kings was 56.2% male. Since then, Marlboro Lights Kings share of women 18-24 has grown 72% to 19.4% share, while share of men 18-24 has grown only 17% to 17.7% share. The result is Marlboro Lights Kings' 50/50 profile in 9. The increasingly dual audience appeal of Marlboro Lights, the fastest growing brand among the core age group, may be a potential turnoff for young adult men.
Marlboro’s share of young adult men is weakest in old Region 2 at 51.5%, SDI 89; yet the largest percentage of male smokers 18-24 live in this region (19.1%). This presents a growth opportunity for Marlboro. (NOTE: Region 2 also offers volume potential for Marlboro with a 93 sales SDI).
• As the population of 18-24 smokers shrinks, Marlboro’s age profile shifts older. In ’9, 30% of Marlboro smokers were 18-24, down from 33% in ’6. The largest percentage of Marlboro smokers (37%) are now 25-34 years old. Simultaneously, PV's profile is shifting younger. The PV category has doubled its share of 25-34 smokers from 3.2% in ’6 to 7.0% in ’9. The result is Marlboro’s increasing vulnerability to price pressure.
• Since 1982 the menthol category has suffered a steady decline of 18-24 men, dropping from 32% share in 2 to 19% in ’9. This decline has contributed to both Marlboro’s and Camel's increased share of 18-24 men. Rather than young adult men choosing Marlboro over a menthol cigarette, they now choose between two regular brands, Marlboro and Camel.
• The menthol category decline among young adult men, increasingly female and black perception of the category. The shift in young adult men's preferences results from a "chicken and egg" situation: a lack of acceptable menthol products with a suitable image for young adult -men has caused a change in tastes to more "serious tobacco flavor" and "real cigarettes", resulting in less-.men smoking Menthol cigarettes, thus creating the perception that menthols are for blacks and women. Marlboro Menthol's opportunity is to capitalize on the product gap and attract smokers looking for a Menthol cigarette for "real men."

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