Colorado Smokefree Ads
For more information, contact:
Pete Bialick, President
GASP of Colorado
Colorado BREATH
(Bar & Restaurant Employees Against Tobacco Hazards)
303-444-9799 (phone)
info@gaspforair.org (E-mail)
www.gaspforair.org (GASP Web site)
www.breathcolorado.org (Breath Web site)

Attention Casino Workers! You Are Not Alone!
This pamphlet outlined the hazards of secondhand smoke exposure for casino workers and provided information on how this group could support HB 1269, a smokefree casinos bill.

 



Sorry We're Closed to Nonsmokers.
This print ad emphasized that 80 percent of Colorado residents and potential customers are nonsmokers.

 

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


Starting June 1st, we can all breathe a little easier.
This print ad thanks the Summit County, Colorado, officials who supported a smokefree ordinance.

 

For more information, contact:
Lisa Van Someren
lisa@sharpideas.com

Ads designed by:
Cactus Communications

Family Night Out Shouldn't Be Dangerous
This transit ad featured a photo of a bowling pin "cigarette."


Working in a Restaurant Shouldn't Be Dangerous
This series of ads featured photos of a fork, guitar, burning bowling pin, and burning pool cue. The ads stated that being in restaurants and bars should not be dangerous.

 

For more information, contact:
Jennifer Corrigan
Colorado Tobacco Education & Prevention Alliance
1780 South Bellaire Street, Suite 402
Denver, CO 80222
http://www.ctepa.org

Ads designed by:
Sondermann/E-Squared Partners
http://www.s-e2.com
Amy Guttmann
AGuttmann@s-e2.com



Sí, se puede
This print ad emphasizes the health hazards faced by Latino hospitality workers' exposure to secondhand smoke.

Spanish Version
English Version



Denver's City Council Won't Honor My Right to Breathe Clean Air. And Now It's Denied My Right to Speak.
This postcard featured a photo of a Denver, Colorado, bartender, and encouraged people to join a rally in front of the city hall.



Warning: Tobacco Industry Tactics Are Hazardous to Fort Collins Health

 




Little Bodies. Little Choice. Kids deserve a smoke-free Louisville.




FEAR. The tobacco industry wants you to believe that going smoke-free is bad for business
This document is a series of direct mail pieces for restaurateurs, which debunk the notion that going smokefree economically harmful.



A pack a day. And I don't even smoke. Restaurant employees deserve a smoke-free workplace.



A pack a day. And I don't even smoke. Restaurant employees deserve a smoke-free workplace.



Arsenic. Cyanide. Formaldehyde. And he doesn't even smoke. Kids deserve smoke-free restaurants.



Cyanide, Myth, and Juggling
A series of direct mail pieces targeted to restaurateurs, which describe the hazards of secondhand smoke exposure, and how ventilation fails to correct the problem.



These Fort Collins business and community members are united!
This print ad listed various members of the community who supported a smokefree ordinance.



We're pulling for a smoke-free Fort Collins and we want you on our team!



Think someone else's smoke can't hurt you? Think again.



Arsenic. Cyanide. Asthma. Bronchitis. Not the ingredients for a happy childhood.
The smoke-filled restaurant I work in has six times the air pollution of a busy highway.
A series of two direct mail pieces.



Too young to drink. Too young to vote. Old enough to inhale someone else's cigarette smoke?
The smoke-filled restaurant I work in has six times the air pollution of a busy highway.
A series of two direct mail pieces. The last one is a duplicate of the one in the mailer directly above.



Guess who likes Pueblo's new smoke-free ordinance?
This ad lists various types of businesses that are in favor of Pueblo, Colorado's ordinance.
Thank you Pueblo City Council.
This ad thanks the Pueblo City Council for enacting a smokefree ordinance.

 

For more information, contact:
Pete Bialick
GASP of Colorado
2885 Aurora Ave., Suite 37
Boulder, CO 80303-9930

http://www.gaspforair.org/
Latinos have a right to breathe smoke-free air
This print ad emphasizes the health hazards of secondhand exposure for Latino restaurant and bar workers.


Why is the Colordado Restaurant Association feeding us tobacco industry lies?
This print advertisement described the financial ties between the Colorado Restaurant Association and the tobacco industry.


Restaurant Times & Health News Issue 8 -- Ventilation
Direct mail piece.
Restaurant Times & Health News Issue 6 -- Secondhand Smoke
Direct mail piece..