Talk:Grizzly (tobacco)

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Posted 11:45 AM on Thursday March 14th OutlaW1211 (talk) 18:45, 14 April 2011 (UTC) A lot of the descriptions in the "varieties" section are written like advertisements, and sound as if they have been taken from such. I removed the worst offender, but they need serious revision to conform to the NPOV standard. I'm not familiar with smokeless tobacco or Grizzly, else I would have. Someone who is needs to rewrite them in a way that isn't blatantly promoting the product, though. — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 05:49, 1 July 2011 (UTC)

Issues with main section and content of such.[edit]

"200 Years of Smokeless tobacco" sounds a lot like a tagline for American Snuff than a headline. In my sleepy state, I even for a second thought the citation ( [2] ) was a copyright symbol, which is saying something. I propose someone who can make sense of it completely rewrite this section. I would try to, but the whole section seems to be more fitting of just a page for "American Snuff Company." However, splitting the article would result in two stub articles, due to the lack of content. So maybe Grizzly just needs to be a subsection of an article for American Snuff? Just throwing it out there.

Regards, (talk) 08:01, 29 May 2013 (UTC)

6 in 1 removed?[edit]

I'm seeing notes that the 6 in 1 can has been discontinued, yet it's still available in some markets. I've personally purchased it as recent as a few weeks ago, and the local tobacco rep has stated that it's still being offered, but is only in certain areas where bulk purchases of tobacco are common or popular. Kitsunedawn (talk) 06:01, 11 October 2015 (UTC)