Kentucky Smokefree Ads

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

His right to smoke... or our right to breathe clean air. Which should we protect?
This print advertisement featured the tag line above and a photo of smokefree diners sitting at a counter with a smoker and a lit cigarette. A second page provided facts about secondhand smoke and urged Northern Kentucky to pass smokefree laws.

Where there's smoke... There's lung cancer, heart disease and other illnesses.
This print ad featured diners in a restaurant seated next to a smoker and provided information about the health hazards caused by secondhand smoke exposure. The ad urged Northern Kentucky to pass smokefree laws.
One day waiting tables, 4,000 chemicals with every breath.
This print advertisement featured a waitress in a smoke-filled restaurant and provided information about the health hazards caused by secondhand smoke exposure. The ad urged Northern Kentucky to pass smokefree laws.

For more information, contact:
Dave Langdon
City of Louisville
http://www.louisvilleky.gov/Health/SmokeFree.htm

Breathe Easy Louisville
This ad encourges smokers in Louisville, Kentucky to consider quitting.


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


"Accommodation" Isn't About Fairness. It's About Profits
Half-page print ad describing the tobacco industry's "Accommodation" strategy


"Ventilation?" That's Just Tobacco Companies' Blowing Smoke Again
Half-page print ad that explains why ventilation does not protect against SHS exposure


Asthma, Lung Cancer, Heart Attacks, and Dirty Ashtrays
Half-page print ad describing the health effects of SHS exposure


Smokefree. Why It's the Best Kept Secret in Restaurants
Half-page print ad emphasizing the economic benefits of going smokefree

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

 

For more information, contact:
Ellen J. Hahn, D.N.S., R.N.
Fellow, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Developing Leadership in Reducing Substance Abuse
Associate Professor, College of Nursing
University of Kentucky
760 Rose Street
Lexington, KY 40536-0232
859-257-2358
www.mc.uky.edu/tobaccopolicy/


Lexington Radio Ad
This radio ad urged Lexington residents to "Speak up for the smoke-free decision."
Lexington Radio Ad
This radio ad discussed the Lexington-Fayette County Food and Beverage Association and its opposition to a smokefree ordinance.