The image of the camel on the "camel" cigarette label that looks up to the sky and stands out from the sky has fascinated countless "camels" and become famous in the highly competitive tobacco industry. Because "Camel" cigarettes have high-quality tobacco, world-renowned trademarks and top sales.
In 1907, on the Turkish Riviera, an old man dressed as a tourist was roaming the beach. He was infected by this oriental beauty, and a smile appeared on his face, but he could not hide the worry and melancholy in his heart. This old man is R.J. Reynolds, founder of the American Reynolds Tobacco Company. More than 30 years ago, he founded the tobacco company in Yunston, North Carolina, and has been in business for decades. But the company was in trouble, many old customers left him, and there was a lot of cigarettes in the warehouse. He came to Turkey alone, hoping that all his troubles would be blown away by the cool sea breeze, and he hoped that the tobacco-rich Turkish seashore would reap something. Suddenly, a crisp camel's bell interrupted his musings, and Reynolds looked up and saw a camel caravan passing by not far away, a huge camel with its head held high, looking so majestic and noble. Reynolds' unique image of the "Ship of the Desert" left a deep impression on Reynolds, and through Reynolds' efforts, he finally found the coveted tobacco "Prince Alber", which is the latest variety of rich aroma cultivated by Turkish tobacco farmers after years of careful cultivation. Reynolds knew that it wasn't enough to grow good tobacco, it needed a loud eye-catching logo, and the image of a camel passing by on the waterfront came back to his mind.