Inside the 'Be Marlboro' parties Philip Morris throws for teenagers - but doesn't want you to know about
Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids
The company does so by throwing "Be Marlboro" parties in over 60 countries to promote the brand using sex, fun, and risk taking, a spokesperson for the nonprofit Tobacco-Free Kids tells us.
The parties are not held in the United States.
You can sign a petition to stop Marlboro, and these parties, here.
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