Indiana Smokefree Ads
For more information, contact:
SmokeFree Indy
http://www.smokefreeindy.com/about/contact/
I'm Breathing Easier
This print ad featured Tom Sutton, Owner of Coaches Tavern in Indiana, stating, "Honestly, I was afraid to go totally smoke-free without the law, because I thought we would lose business. We have seen a lot of new faces, and we have kept our regulars. I am really happy the law leveled the playing field, and eliminated the excuses for not going smoke-free. It feels really good to breathe clean air while working."

I'm Breathing Easier
This print ad featured Tracy Robertson Owner, Mass Avenue Pub in Indiana, stating, "I was afraid that going smoke-free would cause me to lose business, but that was not the case. In fact, business has been up. Many former customers have come back, now that we are smoke-free."

For more information, contact:
American Cancer Society, Great Lakes Division
1755 Abbey Rd.
East Lansing, MI 48823
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"Would you like to hear our specials...?"
This radio ad describes the health hazards of secondhand smoke exposure and ran in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

For more information, contact:
Missy Lewis
Indiana Academy of Physicians
Radio Ad
Smoke Free Indy_Good Question
This radio advertisement featured two nonsmokers inside a smoke-filled venue, discussing the many hazardous chemicals found in secondhand smoke. The ad noted that not all venues in Indianapolis were smokefree, putting people's lives in danger.
Radio Ad
Smoke Free Indy_Living
This radio advertisement featured two nonsmokers inside a smoke-filled venue, discussing the many hazardous chemicals found in secondhand smoke and how badly it smells. The ad noted that not all venues in Indianapolis were smokefree, putting Indianapolis worker's lives in danger.
For more information, contact:
Tim Filler
PO Box 1657
Indianapolis, IN 46206
Everyone deserves smokefree air
This document was a sample ad flyer with facts about the health benefits of smokefree air.
Everyone deserves smokefree air
This document was a sample ad flyer with facts about the health benefits of smokefree air.
Don't gamble with secondhand smoke
This print advertisement featured tumbling dice, smoke-filled air, a mail-in card to fill out to support smokefree gaming, and information on the health hazards faced by casino employees due to secondhand smoke exposure in the workplace.
Don't gamble with secondhand smoke
This print advertisement featured tumbling dice, smoke-filled air, and information on the health hazards faced by casino employees due to secondhand smoke exposure in the workplace.
Indiana deserves smokefree air
This print ad featured photos of Indiana residents and described the economic costs and health hazards associated with secondhand smoke exposure.
For more information, contact:
Tim Filler
PO Box 1657
Indianapolis, IN 46206
Mayor Doug England, Who Will You Stand For?
This print advertisement asked New Albany Mayor Doug England to sign a smokefree ordinance and urged residents to contact him and ask him to do so.
For more information, contact:
Indiana Tobacco Prevention & Cessation
http://www.in.gov/itpc/index.htm
Working Smoke-Free Works for Me
This print advertisement appeared in the Indianapolis Star, timed to coincide with Indiana Black Expo’s Summer Celebration. The ad featured IBE CEO Tanya Bell touting support for and the benefits of smokefree workplaces.
Working Smoke-Free Works for Me
This print advertisement featured Leo Ochoa, owner of La Margarita in Fort Wayne, Indiana, explaining the benefits of smokefree restaurants.
For more information, contact:
Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights
2530 San Pablo Avenue, Suite J
Berkeley, CA 94702
Phone: (510) 841-3032
Fax: (510) 841-3060
Email: anr@no-smoke.org
Who supports...protecting the health of all workers with a comprehensive smokefree ordinance for Delaware County?
This print ad listed a variety of health groups that supported smokefree air in Delaware County, IN, as well as noting that the opponents of the ordinance included "Big Tobacco and its allies."

For more information, contact:
Robyn Eley, Media Director
Smokefree Indiana
5610 Crawfordsville Road
Suite 1602
Indianapolis, IN 46224
Phone: (317) 241-6383
Fax: (317) 241-6548
E-Mail: reley@smokefreeindiana.org
http://www.smokefreeindiana.org

As a waitress, I have one of the world's most dangerous jobs.
This ad described the hazards of working as a restaurant waitress in a smoke-filled environment.
As a waiter, I have one of the world's most dangerous jobs.
This ad described the hazards of working as a restaurant waiter in a smoke-filled environment.
As a hostess, I have one of the world's most dangerous jobs.
This ad described the hazards of working as a restaurant hostess in a smoke-filled environment.
As a bartender, I have one of the world's most dangerous jobs.
This ad described the hazards of working as a bartender in a smoke-filled environment.
Como mesera, yo tengo uno de los trabajos mas peligrosos del mundo.
A Spanish print ad designed to describe the dangers of working in a smoke-filled restaurant.
For more information, contact:
Peggy Voelz
Columbus Regional Hospital and Tobacco Awareness Action Team of Bartholomew County
2400 East 17th Street
Columbus, IN 47201
Phone: 812-375-3194
An Open Letter to Our Community
This print ad is an endorsement of a smokefree workplace ordinance by the local hospital and medical community.