Al Capone Cigarillos are a brand of cigars manufactured and distributed by the Intercontinental Cigar Corporation. Al Capone cigarillos are described as “hand-rolled in Honduras” and “dipped in cognac”. These cigarillos come in flavors that include rum, cognac, Jamaican Blaze and sweet slims. The company relies mostly on online marketing. For example, Al Capone Cigars… Continue reading Al Capone Cigarillos market to Hip-Hop community
It has been five years since Altria released Marlboro Black—a cheaper offshoot of the number one U.S. cigarette brand. Marlboro Black is a “bolder” tasting cigarette that is targeted at millennials. The brand’s marketing efforts are designed to modernize Marlboro’s masculine image. The “Marlboro Man” cowboy hit the scene in the 1950s. The cowboy… Continue reading Marlboro Black helps Altria gain market share
he City Council voted unanimously to restrict the sale of flavored tobacco products to adult-only tobacco stores and increase the minimum price for single cigars to $2.60 each. All cigars sold in packages of four or less must be priced at $2.60 each, while cigars packaged at four or more must be at least $10.40.
Tobacco companies have a long history of targeting African Americans with their media messages. These efforts to target African Americans have resulted in tragic health disparities. Today, African Americans suffer disproportionately from tobacco-related death and disease. Brands like Newport and KOOL have been particularly successful in targeting African Americans. A new generation of tobacco companies… Continue reading YouTube Tobacco Commercials Target African American Youth