Marlboro cigarettes remains the top recognized cigarettes brands in the world. Philip Morris do their best to keep top position firm. His tobacco marketing program call “Marlboro Miles Collections“.
The action, presented by company “Philip Morris Sales and Marketing” was started on June 10, 2006. In frames of this program, Marlboro admirers save points or “miles” for every acquired pack. Thus they can redeem the coupons “miles” in exchange for any item they like from a Marlboro Miles Catalog.
Sellers and buyers of Marlboro Miles should be aware that there are two types of. The older type has 5 MILES inside the “crown” on the side panel. The newer type has FIVE MILES next to the “crown” side panel. Therefore, the older type uses the number 5 and the newer type spells this out as FIVE. The distinction is important because they cannot be used to purchase items from the Marlboro Catalog. Marlboro does NOT accept the older style coupons.
The program has a very huge success; the concept became so popular, that many other cigarette brand began to use it also. Marlboro Miles Catalog and Marlboro Miles is an ingenious idea to give away useful tobacco products advertising Marlboro cigarette. Indeed, Marlboro brand isn’t just a tobacco brand; it is an exclusive club for its devotees, who received a nice opportunity to join the Marlboro Country, to enjoy its flavor and fashionable gears.
At our disposal is a broad assortment of Marlboro cigarettes brands:
The Top 10 Little Known Items in the Marlboro Miles Catalog:
1. Number 1 Little Known Item in the Marlboro Miles Catalog…
2. 1,000,000 miles: John Wayne’s bronzed lungs
3. The “Cougher” — Lights on… *cough* *cough*, lights off!
4. 100,000 miles: Iron Lung; 250,000 miles: Platinum Lung
5. 80,000 miles: Marlboro Man ballet shoes and tutu
6. 100 miles: Bumper sticker say, “You can have my cigarette when you pry it from my feeble, trembling hands.
7. 100,000 miles: Upgrade to First-Class Chemotherapy
8. 500,000 miles and a $10,000 contribution: The Senator of your choice
9. Jackie Gleason’s “Wheezin’ to the Oldies” workout video
10. Complete framed collection of Surgeon General’s warning labels