Juul’s latest ad, which will air during the Super Bowl, is the latest in a long line of ads to feature the company’s logos.
The ad, called Juul, features a young woman dressed in Juul jeans and a T-shirt with the word “Juul” emblazoned across the front.
It also features a Juul employee walking past an open Juul sign.
According to the Juuls website, the company was founded in 2003 and employs about 150 people.
As a private company, Juul can pay for advertisements through third-party companies that are not part of the ad agency.
The Juul brand was launched in 2006, but has grown to include other brands including Kmart, Staples, and the now-defunct clothing retailer J. Crew.
Juul, which is based in Atlanta, Georgia, has been on the decline since the financial crisis hit.
It has struggled to keep up with competition from online retailers like Amazon.com and Costco.
In January, Juuls parent company, Sotheby’s International Realty, announced it would lay off a total of 20 percent of its workforce.
The company said the layoffs were made in an effort to simplify operations and focus on expanding its digital strategy.