U.S. Smokeless Tobacco Co.
The Original Snuff Shop opens in Nashville, Tn., combining a retail area carrying
products with an engagement space celebrating U.S. Smokeless Tobacco Company's brands.
U.S. Smokeless Tobacco Company submits application to market
Snuff Fine Cut as a modified risk tobacco product (MRTP). Application pending FDA approval.
Altria acquires UST, Inc.
United States Tobacco Company becomes the only smokeless tobacco manufacturer to sign the Smokeless Master Settlement Agreement with 45 state attorneys general.
United States Tobacco Company celebrates the 175
Copenhagen Long Cut
UST, Inc. enters the wine business by acquiring Chateau Ste. Michelle, Washington's largest winery.
United States Tobacco Company celebrates its 50
The number of United States Tobacco Company stockholders grows to 8,632, representing a dramatic 72 percent increase in five years' time.
United States Tobacco Company constructs new packing and finishing department in Nashville, Tn.
United States Tobacco Company introduces
, a wintergreen-flavored smokeless tobacco.
Despite the Great Depression, United States Tobacco Company is one of just a handful of companies to retain all its employees and never miss a dividend payment.
Weyman-Bruton becomes the United States Tobacco Company.
outpaces that of all Weyman & Bros.' other brands for the first time.
George Weyman, inventor of
, opens his tobacco shop in Pittsburgh. This is the foundation of the future United States Tobacco Company.