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[[advertisement]] If you've got the time, Philip Morris has the beer. [[image - black & white photograph of two bottles of Miller beer in front of a creek]] We're more than the fastest growing cigarette company, the makers of Marlboro, Benson & Hedges, Virginia Slims, Parliament and Multifilter. [[image - black & white photograph five packs of cigarettes]] Another member of the Philip Morris family is Miller High Life, that wonderful beer made by our operating company in Milwaukee and enjoyed the world over. Have you used a Band-Aid lately? It came to you in paper made by Nicolet Paper Company, our specialty papers affiliate. Perhaps the brands of Bacon, butter, and candy you buy are wrapped in materials from our Milprint affiliate. You can get off to a great start in the morning by shaving with one of our tungsten steel Personna 74" blades. Those colorful patterns on your sheets and pillow cases were made possible by a product from Polymer Industries, a Philip Morris affiliate that makes specialty chemicals. [[image - black & white photograph of a box of Personna tungsten steel razor blades]] [[image - black & white photograph of a hand holding four packs of chewing gum]] When you want to freshen your taste, think of Clark Chewing Gum - Cinnamint, Smile Spearmint, Teaberry or Fruit Punch Flavors. We make them too. In California, Arizona and Colorado we can sell you a superb home in a planned community. Our Mission Viejo Company is one of the largest land developers and quality home builders. So, you see, Philip Morris is many things to many people, here and in 150 countries around the globe. Philip Morris is 29,000 people, making things you like and enjoy. PHILIP MORRIS INCORPORATED 100 Park Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10017 [[/advertisement]]
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