- People: two full-page Camel ads (Feb. 28 and March 14)
- TIME: full-page Camel ad (March 14)
- Sports Illustrated: full-page Camel ad (back cover) (Feb. 28)
- Entertainment Weekly: 2-page Camel ad (March 11) and full-page Newport and Camel ads, 2 half-page Skoal ads (March 18)
- Fortune: 2 half-page Skoal ads (March 21)
- Money: full-page cigar ad, full-page Skoal ad (April)
Time Inc. certainly has the right to publish these ads and it is not my expectation that this publisher would unilaterally forsake tobacco ad revenues. Its goal is not supposed to be improving the public's health. Not so with the American Legacy Foundation. It is presumably a public health organization whose goal is to reduce youth smoking. Its award to Time Inc. undermines its overall mission and has the appearance of putting its own financial status ahead of the objectives of the tobacco control movement.
The American Legacy Foundation award was obviously a sham. Unfortunately, the damage that Legacy did to the credibility and integrity of the tobacco control movement by giving this award is quite real.