Worker Ads
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)

Attention Casino Workers! You Are Not Alone!
This pamphlet outlined the hazards of secondhand smoke exposure for casino workers and provided information on how this group could support HB 1269, a smokefree casinos bill.

 

 

For more information, contact us at 510-841-3032
Secondhand Smoke Is No Joke
This movie clip features comedian Rene Hicks, talking about her diagnosis of lung cancer, due to secondhand smoke exposure in the comedy clubs where she works.

Secondhand Smoke Is Dangerous
This movie clip features comedian Rene Hicks, demonstrating various ways she tries to protect herself against secondhand smoke exposure in the comedy clubs where she works.

 

For more information, contact:
The Praxis Project
1750 Columbia Road, NW
Second Floor
Washington, DC 20009
202-234-5921

info@thepraxisproject.org

While Politicians Blow Smoke, People Are Dying
Which One is More Likely to Work in a Smokefree Environment?
Stop the Discrimination Behind the Smokescreen
A series of ads in support of smokefree legislation and social justice.

 

 

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 protect the health of workers.

 

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


This print ad depicts several restaurant patrons and features a secondhand smoke message in Japanese.

 

For more information, contact:
Chris Quint
Colorado Tobacco Education & Prevention Alliance
1780 South Bellaire Street, Suite 402
Denver, CO 80222
http://www.ctepa.org

Ads designed by:
Sondermann/E-Squared Partners
http://www.s-e2.com
Amy Guttmann
AGuttmann@s-e2.com



Sí, se puede
This print ad emphasizes the health hazards faced by Latino hospitality workers' exposure to secondhand smoke.

Spanish Version
English Version




A pack a day. And I don't even smoke. Restaurant employees deserve a smoke-free workplace.



A pack a day. And I don't even smoke. Restaurant employees deserve a smoke-free workplace.



Arsenic. Cyanide. Formaldehyde. And he doesn't even smoke. Kids deserve smoke-free restaurants.



Too young to drink. Too young to vote. Old enough to inhale someone else's cigarette smoke?
The smoke-filled restaurant I work in has six times the air pollution of a busy highway.
A series of two direct mail pieces. The last one is a duplicate of the one in the mailer directly above.

 

For more information, contact:
Pete Bialick
GASP of Colorado
2885 Aurora Ave., Suite 37
Boulder, CO 80303-9930

http://www.gaspforair.org/


Restaurant Times & Health News Issue 8 -- Ventilation
Direct mail piece.
Restaurant Times & Health News Issue 6 -- Secondhand Smoke
Direct mail piece..

 

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


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.

 

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:
Shelly Kiser
Tobacco-Free Ohio
1950 Arlingate Lane
Columbus, OH 43228
614-279-1700
Fax: 614-279-4940
It's not that secondhand smoke makes my eyes burn. It's that it could kill me.

This
print advertisement from the Tobacco-Free Ohio Coalition features a single mother who is a bartender and wants to support her family without ruining her health.

 

For more information, contact:
Margretha Gonsalvez
Ontario Campaign Against Tobacco
margretha.gonsalvez@oma.org



Being a bartender is not a crime...it shouldn't carry the death penalty.
A print ad regarding the dangers of secondhand smoke to bartenders.


Being a bartender is not a crime...it shouldn't carry the death penalty.
A print ad regarding the dangers of secondhand smoke in all workplaces.


Being a waitress is not a crime...it shouldn't carry the death penalty.
A print ad addressing the dangers of secondhand smoke in workplaces.


Being a dishwasher is not a crime...it shouldn't carry the death penalty.
A print ad addressing the dangers of secondhand smoke in workplaces.

Being a bartender is not a crime...
Radio ad script for 30 second commercial.

Being a waitress is not a crime...
Radio ad script for 30 second commercial.

Being a dishwasher is not a crime...
Radio ad script for 30 second commercial.

 

For more information, contact:
Erik Vidstrand
Multnomah Co. Health Dept.
426 SW Stark St., 6th Flr.
Portland, OR 97204


He should be screaming at the top of his lungs. While he still can.
This ad decribes the physical effects on nonsmoking workers of just ten minutes of secondhand smoke exposure.
People exposed to secondhand smoke at work are 34% more likely to get lung cancer. And you thought the long hours were killing you.

 

For more information, contact:
Julie Winkler
TRUST for a Smoke-Free Texas

701 Brazos Street, Suite 500
Austin, TX 78701


The Smoke Will Wash Out of Her Clothes... But What About Her Lungs?
This print advertisement stressed that all employees have a right to smokefree air, and described the harmful chemicals in secondhand smoke.

 

For more information contact:
Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids

Q: Why is a waitress four times more likely to get cancer? A: Secondhand Smoke
This billboard urged the reader to contact the state Legislature and demand smokefree indoor public places.