Alaska Smokefree Ads

 

Alaska Tobacco Control Alliance
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New is just old. Same game. Same addiction. Don't let Big Tobacco fool you.
A theater ad on the hazards of electronic cigarettes.

 

For more information, contact:
American Lung Association® of Alaska
Phone: (907) 644-6411 or 1-800-586-4872

Get Out There Anchorage! Enjoy a Big Wild Smokefree Life!
This exterior bus ad urged Anchorage residents to go out and enjoy the city's smokefree air.

 

For more information, contact:
Celeste Barrett
American Lung Association of Alaska
Toll Free in Alaska 1-800-586-4872
www.aklung.org
  Vote No on Prop 1
This television advertisement describes the health hazards of secondhand smoke exposure and features medical personnel urging voters in Anchorage, Alaska, to vote no on a ballot measure to repeal the city's smokefree ordinance.
  Vote No on Prop 1
This radio advertisement describes the health hazards of secondhand smoke exposure and urged voters in Anchorage, Alaska, to vote no on a ballot measure to repeal the city's smokefree ordinance.
Vote No on Prop 1
This printed mailer urged voters in Anchorage, Alaska, to defeat an attempt to repeal the city's smokefree ordinance.
Vote No on Prop 1
This printed mailer urged voters in Anchorage, Alaska, to defeat an attempt to repeal the city's smokefree ordinance.

 

For more information, contact:
Annette Marley, MPH
Trampling Tobacco Project Manager
Alaska Native Health Board
3700 Woodland Drive, Suite 500
Anchorage, Alaska 99517
Smokefree Anchorage. Good for People. Good for Business.
This ad describes how smokefree laws benefit business.
Smokefree Anchorage. Good for People. Good for Business.
This ad describes how smokefree laws protect the health of workers.
Smokefree Anchorage. Good for People. Good for Business.
This ad describes how smokefree laws benefit business.
Smokefree Anchorage. Good for Children. Good for Everyone.
Smokefree Anchorage. Good for People. Good for Business.
This ad is a compilation of the four ads above.
Ashtray as Artifact in Anchorage Worksites and Public Places