Marlboro Miles and the Marlboro Miles Catalog were created to as an additional advertising medium for Marlboro.
Crossing the outdoors idea, adventure team, and Marlboro miles at the same time goes to show the amazing marketing studies that cigarette companies pay for.
By collecting Marlboro Miles a smoker was able to stroll further into Marlboro country and save these points for items.
This concept was so popular that many other cigarette brands began to use it also. Marlboro Miles and the Marlboro Miles Catalog is an ingenious idea to give away useful products advertizing Marlboro.
The program was a huge sucess federal government has began to crack down on advertising mediums cigarette companies can use and you can only get a Marlboro Miles catalog by calling.
So you can phone for Marlboro Miles Catalog 1 (800) 627 5267
Today Marlboro remains one of the top recognized brands in the world, and Marlboro is sure to travel many more miles.
Enjoy shopping at the Marlboro Miles Store ( ) and enjoy Marlboro Country. Enjoy shopping at the Marlboro cigarettes.

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MARLBORO In an attempt to measure Marlboro Elementary School’s quality without federally mandated exams, surveys will be sent out to graduates from the past eight years. A draft of the survey has been written by Marlboro Elementary alumnus Ariel Poster, who is a sophomore at Barnard College in New York City, a women’s college affiliated with Columbia University. She was hired by the Marlboro Elementary School Action Plan Committee to evaluate the school’s ability to educate. “The School Board does not believe that proposed federally mandated testing is an accurate or useful form of evaluation,” Poster wrote. The effort comes two months after the Marlboro School Board announced they would say no to federally mandated standardized tests unless they are educationally beneficial. “I think that’ll gather us some very good information,” school board member Andy Reischman said at Tuesday’s meeting. The draft featured eight questions, but is expected to be expanded, said Marlboro Elementary Principal Francie Marbury.

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Julie’s marlboro commercials

Eu directive on e cigarettes: act now and make your voice heard

Before there was the iconic macho Marlboro Man we are all familiar with, Julie London sold billions of Marlboro cigarettes. In the late 1950s and early 1960s, the ad men at Leo Burnett had Julie London singing the Marlboro jingle on their TV ads. If I hadn t been eight years old at the time, I would have been seduced into lighting up a Marlboro with Julie.

L.A. Times reporter, Hal Humphrey s who interviews Julie London about her Marlboro ads, had the same reaction I had when I viewed these commercials. Why pair her up with some Old Guy (actor Phil Terry) when they could have, for example, hauled me out of the sixth grade to have Julie sing to me and the youth market segment? Here s Mr. Humphrey s interview.

In the early 1960s, when cigarettes were advertised on television, London memorably crooned “The Marlboro Song” to a swain in a convertible or beach house. A hard bitten Times business writer confessed that London was the only woman on television who could persuade him to buy anything adding that he smoked a dozen of her touted brand while interviewing her.

From Julie s obituary in the L.A. Times