Camel cigarettes are back in magazines, again facing critics

06/2/2013 | Advertising Age (tiered subscription model)

After a five-year absence, Camel cigarettes are returning to the pages of magazines and once again facing criticism that the ads target teens. Parent R.J. Reynolds Tobacco, however, is defending the campaign. "We advertise in a broad range of titles to communicate to a broad range of adult tobacco consumers," said David Howard, senior communications director for Reynolds American.

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