New Mexico Smokefree Ads

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If you think you deserve smoke-free bars and restaurants... you're not alone
This print ad featured the names of groups, doctors, and others who support smokefree air.

The right thing to do for the state of our health
This print ad thanked government officials in New Mexico for passing a smokefree air law.


For more information, contact:
Cheryl A. Ferguson, MPH
Policy Matters
1177 Laurel Place NE
Albuquerque, NM 87122

Real... Freedom... Thanks
This print ad thanked the Farmington, NM, City Council for protecting residents from secondhand smoke.



Bartenders get lung cancer twice as often as people in other jobs. It's not a business issue. It's a health crisis.


Bartenders get lung cancer twice as often as people in other jobs. It's not a business issue. It's a health crisis.
The same ad as above, only in a different size. Yet another version of this ad can be found here.


Restaurant servers get lung cancer twice as often as people in other jobs. It's not a business issue. It's a health crisis.
A different version of this ad can be found here.


When it kills 53,000 people each year, it's no longer a business issue. It's a public health emergency.
A direct mail piece. A different version of this ad can be found here.


Secondhand smoke isn't a business issue. It's a public health emergency.

 

For more information, contact:
Cheryl A. Ferguson, MPH
Policy Matters
1177 Laurel Place NE
Albuquerque, NM 87122
You might say I'm careful, that's why I say smoke-free satisfies me
This print ad was a parody of old-fashioned ads for cigarettes.
No smoking here please.. enjoy the extra clean air instead!
This print ad was a take-off on old-fashioned ads for cigarettes.
In this restaurant, smokefree's the thing
This print ad was a parody of old-fashioned ads for cigarettes, and noted that the patron would experience "Extra mildness, extra coolness, extra food flavor and... 100% less nicotine than other places with air!"
This print advertisement featured smaller versions of all of these parodies of old-fashioned cigarette ads.
Not one single case of throat irritation due to smoke-free air!
This print ad was a parody of old-fashioned ads for cigarettes, which promoted smokefree air.

 

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Radio ad copy for Santa Fe's Smoking Pollution Control ordinance

 

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The Time is Now
Print ad targeted at Las Cruces City Council members.


Now We Can All Breathe Easier
Print ad thanking the Las Cruces City Council for passing a clean indoor air ordinance.
Tobacco Free Las Cruces Clean Air sticker

 

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Smokefree Places: What's Wrong With This Picture?
This ad shows a lengthy list of public health groups and others that support a smokefree air law, and that only the New Mexico Restaurant Association is opposed.
Fewer kids smoke in a city that's smoke-free
A bumper sticker.