Arkansas Smokefree Ads

For more information, contact:
Matt Mitchell, Public Health Policy & Law Coordinator
Arkansas Dept. of Health Tobacco Prevention & Cessation Program
Ph: 501-671-1419
Walter.Mitchell@arkansas.gov

Pam Jones
Cranford Johnson Robinson Woods
Ph: 501-975-7224
Pam.Jones@cjrw.com

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Most customers don't realize how much their smoking affects me.
This print ad features a quote from waitress Kate Moran and asserts that smokefree policies do not hurt business and are healthier for employees.


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My voice is my instrument. I can't let it be damaged by smoke.
This print ad features a quote from singer Cody Belew on protecting himself from secondhand smoke. The ad quoted research into the economic benefits of smokefree policies.

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Everyone deserves a smokefree workplace. Even bartenders.
This print ad features a quote from bartender Veo Tyson. The ad quoted research into the economic and health benefits of smokefree policies.

 

For more information, contact:
The ANR Foundation at anr@no-smoke.org

Who says going smokefree will harm business?
This print ad emphasized that reliable studies find no negative economic impact from smokefree ordinances.


Only Big Tobacco would fight cutting heart attacks in half
This print ad described a study that found heart attack rates in Helena, Montana dropped while a smokefree ordiance was in effect, and noted the other health hazards of secondhand smoke exposure.


Smokefree. Why it's the best kept secret in restaurants.
A print ad emphasizing the economic benefits of going smokefree.



What's the best reason to thank your Fayetteville council member?
This print ad emphasizes the health benefits that will result from Fayetteville's smokefree law.

Smokefree. Why it's the best kept secret in restaurants.
A print ad emphasizing the economic benefits of going smokefree.

 

For more information, contact:
Ashley Wimberley
Cranford Johnson Robinson Woods
(501) 975-7276
ashley.wimberley@cjrw.com

Capable of killing anything within a 40-ft. radius.
This print ad compares the deadly capabilities of a grenade with those of secondhand smoke.

 

For more information, contact:
Libby Doss, Public Relations
CJRW
303 West Capitol Avenue
Little Rock, AR 72201
501.975.7210 office
501.837.1364 mobile
Libby.Doss@cjrw.com

The Surgeon General really wants to know...
This print ad features an ashtray filled with cigarette butts, and a warning label that says that the Surgeon General really wants to know what part of various cigarette-related diseases, such as Lung Cancer and Emphysema, aren't understood by the reader.