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SOURCE Reynolds American Inc.

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C., May 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reynolds American Inc. (NYSE: RAI) has announced the following:  "Reynolds American operating companies creating 200 N.C. jobs, investing in manufacturing equipment for VUSE digital vapor cigarette."

Go to RAI's website, www.reynoldsamerican.com, to read the full release.

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RAI's website, www.reynoldsamerican.com, is the primary source of publicly disclosed news about RAI and its operating companies.  We use the website as our primary means of distributing quarterly earnings and other company news.  We encourage investors and others to register at www.reynoldsamerican.com to receive alerts when news about the company has been posted.

ABOUT US

Reynolds American Inc. (NYSE: RAI) is the parent company of R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company; American Snuff Company, LLC; Santa Fe Natural Tobacco Company, Inc.; Niconovum USA, Inc; Niconovum AB; and R.J. Reynolds Vapor Company.

Copies of RAI's news releases, annual reports, SEC filings and other financial materials, including risk factors containing forward-looking information, are available at www.reynoldsamerican.com.  To learn how RAI and its operating companies are transforming the tobacco industry, go to the RAI website, Transforming Tobacco.

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