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The list of countries, where Winston 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!

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Winston cigarettes are manufactured in following countries: Chile, France, Germany, Greece, Japan, Mexico, Russia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, UK, USA.

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Excerpts from 2001 Annual Report

Winston. Innovation.

Winston further defined its "No Boundaries, No Bull" image with the June 2001 introduction of S2, a distinctive line extension that combines a new, smooth blend with a bold metallic silver pack.
Maintaining the essence of the brand's packaging image, including its signature wrap-around graphics, S2 introduced an ultra-modern, embossed silver look that has never before been seen in cigarette packaging.
S2 offers adult smokers a smoother, light style of its proprietary 100% First-Cut'", no-additive tobacco blend. It features a distinctive white-tipped cigarette that delivers "quantum" smooth tobacco taste.
Timed to coincide with S2's introduction, packaging for the entire Winston base-brand family was updated, adding silver highlights for a bold and modern brand image.
The new S2 gives Winston an even more distinct point-of-difference and builds on previous produce innovations.
In 2002, Winston will introduce two new products under the Evo Flask name. They combine a completely redesigned pack with two "evolved" blends of Winston's 100% First-Cut" premium tobacco. Evo Flask, available in both light and rich blends, will be introduced in mid-year 2002.

The 2002 introduction of the Evo Flask pack marks the first significant redesign of the cigarette box in three decades. The Flask pack, made of recyclable plastic, is water-resistant, crush-proof and designed to fit comfortably inside pant or shirt pockets.

The Evo Flask line is available in two evolved premium blends - a light blend and a rich blend, The light pack builds on Winston's new signature silver look and the rich blend introduces a bold new black package.


Cigs and Tobacco History

Winston: Brand History


1973
In 1973 Winston Kingsize with sales of 69.6 billion units was the top ranked nonmenthol full taste cigarette on the market. Marlboro Kingsize was close behind with sales of 63.18 billion units. Winston soft pack sales increased 1.7% totaling 66.8 billion units, hard box sales grew 9.8% to 2.8 billion units. Super Kings grew 5.7% to 16.4 billion units. Winston sales totaled 86 billion units in 1973, SOM was 14,9%.
Advertising expenditures rose 32% to $23.2 million including; $8.5 million to newspapers, $6.4 million to magazines, $5.9 million to OOH and $2.5 million to supplements. Winston CPM was $.27.
In 1973 Winston's advertising campaign remained the same as that developed in 1972.
In August, 1973 a self liquidator offer featured "Fancy Pants," hip buggers in material designed like the Winston pack. The pants sold for $2.99 and a matching "Happy Hat" cost $1.95.

1974
In 1974 Winston soft pack sales declined 1% to 66 billion units, hard box sales increased 18% to 3.3 billion units and Super Kings grew 5% to 17.23 billion units. Total Winston Parent sales rose .6% to 86.53 billion units. SOM dropped 2% to 14.6%.
Advertising expenditures rose 34% to $31.1 million. $11.7 million were allocated to ROP, $7.5 million to OOH, $7.4 million to magazines and $4.4 million to supplements. CPM rose to $.36.
Winston advertising employed a variety of campaigns in 1974. One execution involved the Winston pack superimposed over a couple on the beach. In another execution developed for Black publications the pack provided a backdrop for stylishly dressed Blacks. Copy in both executions continued the theme of Winston tastes good. The Winston box was also featured in a pack as hero execution. Upon realization that Marlboro was gaining share among young smokers Winston developed a campaign aimed specifically at them. The narrative of a young man named Red who'd traveled America, completed college and worked with Navajo Indians was placed beside a Winston pack.
The execution had a symbolic relation between the name Red, the red pack and red — the communicator of taste. In a different campaign executions were developed with scenic shots of America and included a model alone. Copy said, "All over America, Winston tastes good". A variation of that campaign featured a single model in an outdoor environment. Copy advised, "When your taste grows up. Come to Winston for good." as an appeal to the younger market. The final campaign in 1974 took the form of testimonials. Close-up shots of models were accompanied by explanations of why they smoked and why they smoked Winston — taste.
A poster of a couple running on the beach was featured in 1974. Copy said, "Not a bad poster offer for Winston without a commercial message". Cost was $1.00 and two empty packs of Winston. In a self-liquidator offer a jigsaw puzzle of people canoeing with the message, "How good it is" was offered for $1.00. In a "Golden Opportunity" offer, four DuBarry 5th Avenue chains were priced at $4.99. The ad included a pack of Winston Super Kings. Neither retail value or metal quality was mentioned.


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