Cigarette and Tobacco:
Questions - Answers
Excerpts from General Information Reference Manual
Consumer Information Center
Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corporation,
"When did the industry stop ADVERTISING ON TV?"
The end of advertising on television was January 1, 1971.
"What can you tell me about TOBACCO SMOKE in indoor air?"
There are many factors that affect air quality. I don't have all the answers at my fingertips, but if you have a specific question, I'll try to track down an answer and send you something in writing in a few days.
AIR FILTER MACHINES
"Where can I purchase an AIR FILTER MACHINE?"
Brown and Williamson does not manufacture an air filter machine; however, you may want to check a local retailer. NOTE: If consumer needs prompting, you can say, "???‚¬?¦such as K-Mart or Wal-Mart."
BUGLER PACKAGING (BUGLER Papers & Environment)
"Is the BUGLER package made from RECYCLED MATERIAL?"
Our BUGLER packaging materials are not made from recycled paper. (Could use recycling Q&A here.)
"WHO MAKES our BUGLER Papers?"(BUGLER Papers & Brand Driven/Gen Dom-Inquiry)
Our BUGLER Original Papers are made by Kimberly-Clark (US manufacturer.) Our BUGLER Premium Papers are actually made in France, but we buy them from a company called K-C in England who assembles our packets. (Only give manufacturers if asked.)
"Are the OUNCES OF TOBACCO In a can of BUGLER/KITE the sane as the total tobacco in a carton of cigarettes?"
A can of BUGLER/KITE should contain enough tobacco to roll slightly more than 200 cigarettes. However, some consumers prefer to roll their cigarettes smaller or larger and a typical machine-made cigarette. Depending on the smoker's preference, the quantity of cigarettes rolled from a can will vary.
NOTE:(The specifications for each brand style, including tobacco weight, are proprietary.)