Business Ads
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:
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)


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:
Annette Marley, MPH
Trampling Tobacco Project Manager
Alaska Native Health Board
3700 Woodland Drive, Suite 500
Anchorage, Alaska 99517
Smokefree Anchorage. Good for People. Good for Business.
This ad describes how smokefree laws benefit business.
Smokefree Anchorage. Good for People. Good for Business.
This ad describes how smokefree laws protect the health of workers.
Smokefree Anchorage. Good for People. Good for Business.
This ad describes how smokefree laws benefit business.

 

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

Who says going smokefree will harm business?
This print ad emphasized that reliable studies find no negative economic impact from smokefree ordinances.


Smokefree. Why it's the best kept secret in restaurants.
A print ad emphasizing the economic benefits of going smokefree.

Smokefree. Why it's the best kept secret in restaurants.
A print ad emphasizing the economic benefits of going smokefree.

 

For more information, contact:
Edie Ernst
California Department of Health Services
CDIC/Tobacco Control Section
MS 7206
P.O. Box 997413 (mail)
Sacramento, CA 95899-7413
e-mail: eernst@dhs.ca.gov


Smoke-free Bars: It Didn't Hurt Restaurants, It Won't Hurt Bars
This trade advertisement reassured bar owners that going smokefree was not economically harmful for restaurants, and would not be harmful for bars.


Smoke-free Bars: Once You See Through the Smoke, You'll See the Opportunity.
This trade advertisement described public support for smokefree bars.

 

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


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

 

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


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:
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:
Shelly Kiser
Tobacco-Free Ohio
1950 Arlingate Lane
Columbus, OH 43228
614-279-1700
Fax: 614-279-4940
Becoming a Smoke-Free Restaurant isn't about our hair smelling bad, it's about our health.

This print advertisement from the Tobacco-Free Ohio Coalition features restaurant owners who voluntarily made their business smokefree.