North Dakota Smokefree Ads
For more information, contact:
Donna Thronson
Health Communications Manager
Center for Tobacco Prevention and Control Policy
4023 State Street, Suite 65
Bismarck, ND 58503-0638
701-328-5131
dothronson@nd.gov
Secondhand smoke doesn't stay in the next-door apartment.
This print ad features a sleeping baby in a crib and the tagline "Secondhand smoke doesn't stay in the next-door apartment," along with information about SHS and SIDS.
Secondhand smoke doesn't stay in the next-door apartment.
This is the black and white version of the above print ad, which features a sleeping baby in a crib and the tagline "Secondhand smoke doesn't stay in the next-door apartment," along with information about SHS and SIDS.
For more information, contact:
Erin Hill-Oban
Executive Director
Tobacco Free North Dakota
212 N 2nd St
Bismarck, ND 58501
O: 701-223-5613
C: 701-527-1642
F: 701-223-5727
erin@tfnd.org

Your Lungs Now Have A Larger Capacity To Smile
This print ad thanked North Dakota voters for passing a statewide smokefree air law.

For more information, contact:
Pat McGeary RN, BSN, CTTS
Coordinator
Tobacco Prevention and Control Program
Bismarck Burleigh Public Health
500 E. Front Ave.
Bismarck, ND 58504-5503
pmcgeary@nd.gov
ph: 701-355-1597

Celebrating 1 year of a Smoke Free Bismarck
This print ad celebrated the one year anniversary of Bismarck, North Dakota's smokefree ordinance. The ad depicted a pool table with a blue sky studded with clouds as the felt top.

For more information, contact:
Grand Forks Public Health Dept.
Tobacco Prevention Program
701-787-8140
www.grandforksgov.com/publichealth
Proud To Be Smoke-Free
This billboard ad noted that the Grand Forks smokefree ordinance would be implemented on August 15, 2010 and featured the tagline "SmokeFree Grand Forks. Good for business. Good for health."
For more information, contact:
Cindy Borgen
Clay County Public Health
218-299-7206
I've been a doctor for 28 years... John Baird, M.D.
This ad featured Dr. John Baird, who stated "...our city commission could save more lives in just one evening than I ever will by passing a strong smoke-free workplace ordinance that includes restaurants and bars."
I've been a doctor for 30 years... Wallace Radtke, M.D.
This ad featured Dr. Wallace Radtke, who stated "...our city commission could save more lives in just one evening than I ever will by passing a strong smoke-free workplace ordinance that includes restaurants and bars."

 

For more information, contact:
Pat McGeary R.N., BSN
Tobacco Prevention and Control
Bismarck Burleigh Public Health
Bismarck, ND 58506-5503
PH: 701-222-6525
Fax: 701-221-6883

Asthma, Lung Cancer, Heart Attacks and Dirty Ashtrays
This ad outlines the health hazards of secondhand smoke exposure, and the toll it takes on hospitality workers.

Only Tobacco Companies Would Fight Cutting Heart Attacks in Half
This print advertisement stated that a study in Helena, Montana, found that a smokefree air law cut heart attacks by 40 percent.

How to Protect Yourself Against a Killer on the Job
This print ad described the health hazards of secondhand smoke exposure, and noted that a study in Helena, Montana, found that going smokefree cut heart attacks by 40 percent.

 

For more information, contact:
June Herman, Director of Public Advocacy North Dakota
American Heart Association, Greater Midwest Affiliate
1005 12th Ave. SE
PO Box 1287
Jamestown, North Dakota 58401
CDC Warns Secondhand Smoke Exposure Can Trigger Heart Attacks
This radio advertisement featuring the North Dakota state health officer warns that SHS exposure can cause heart attacks and those with heart disease should avoid exposure. The ad is in mp3 format.

 

For more information, contact:
Kelly Buettner-Schmidt
Assistant Professor
500 University Avenue West
Minot, ND 58707



Who says the most effective means of controlling indoor tobacco smoke pollution is...
This ad from Minot, ND contrasts the messages given by health professionals with those offered by the tobacco industry.

 

For more information, contact:
Linda M. Kohls
Executive Director
North Dakota American Cancer Society
Great West Division
701-232-1385



If you think you deserve smoke-free air, you're not alone
This print advertisement urges voters to support a smokefree ordinance in Fargo.

 

For more information, contact:
Bismarck Tobacco Free Coalition
route94@route94.com




Love My Job, Hate the Smoke
This print advertisement from the Bismarck Tobacco Free Coalition features a hospitality employee who notes that he loves his job, but not being exposed to secondhand smoke.


Love My Job, Hate the Smoke
This is essentially the same print advertisement as above, but with a different layout and in black and white, rather than color.

For more information, contact:
The ANR Foundation at anr@no-smoke.org
Who Says Going Smokefree Will Harm Business?
Half-page print ad emphasizing the economic benefits of going smokefree