Implementation and Thank You Ads
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.

No contact information available.
Singing the Blues has Never Felt Better
This print ad celebrated Indianpolis, Indiana's smokefree bars, taverns, bowling alleys, and blues clubs ordinance.
No contact information available.
On June 1st, I can finally start breathing easier. Indy bars and taverns are going smokefree!
This print ad encouraged residents of Indianapolis, Indiana, to celebrate an upcoming smokefree air law for all public bars, taverns and bowling alleys.
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, please contact:
North Carolina Alliance for Health
304 Parkridge Avenue
Chapel Hill, NC 27517
919-968-6611

Thanks from the bottoms of our lungs
This ad thanked the North Carolina Legislature for enacting a smokefree law.

For more information, please contact:
Stacy Reliford
American Cancer Society
Stacy DOT Reliford (at) Cancer DOT Org

Starting January 2, we can all breathe a little easier
This print advertisement thanked the people of Kirkwood, Missouri, for passing a smokefree ordinance.

enjoy! smoke-free Kirkwood
This billboard ad noted that restaurants and bars in Kirkwood, Missouri, would be smokefree as of January 2, 2010.

For more information, please contact the American Cancer Society.

Thank You, Corpus Christi City Council
This print advertisement thanked the Corpus Christi, Texas, City Council for passing a smokefree ordinance.

For more information, contact:
Nathan Bush, Vice President of Government Relations
American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN)
Great West Division
ph. (direct) 505.262.6019
e-mail: nbush@cancer.org

A smoke-free Nevada works for all of us
This advertisement pointed out that 72 percent of Nevadans were in support of smokefree air and Nevadans were 5 times more likely to go out to a smoke-free environment.

For more information, contact:
Montana Tobacco Use Prevention Program
1-866-787-5247



I can't wait. Free to breathe easy. Expect smokefree workplaces
This print ad from Montana featured a waitress and information about the health hazards of secondhand smoke exposure in the workplace.



I can't wait. Free to enjoy life. Expect smokefree hangouts
This print ad from Montana featured a happy group of friends and information about the number of people in the state who die each year from secondhand smoke exposure.


Then. Now it's time to celebrate
This print ad from Montana was in celebration of that state's clean indoor air law's anniversary. It featured a couple dining out in a smoke-filled venue (then) and the same couple in a smokefree venue (now.)

For more information, contact:
Dan Carrigan
Smoke Free Action Network
PO Box 12276
Charleston, SC 29422
843-509-5272

Everyone deserves the right to breathe clean air. On July 23rd we can. Thank you, Charleston.
This ad thanked the elected officials of Charleston, South Carolina, for passing a smokefree ordinance.

 

For more information, contact:
Dave Langdon
City of Louisville
http://www.louisvilleky.gov/Health/SmokeFree.htm

Breathe Easy Louisville
This ad encourges smokers in Louisville, Kentucky to consider quitting.

 

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.

 

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.

 

For more information, contact:
Annette Marley, MPH
Trampling Tobacco Project Manager
Alaska Native Health Board
3700 Woodland Drive, Suite 500
Anchorage, Alaska 99517
Ashtray as Artifact in Anchorage Worksites and Public Places

 

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


What's the best reason to thank your Fayetteville council member?
This print ad emphasizes the health benefits that will result from Fayetteville's smokefree law.

 

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


Starting June 1st, we can all breathe a little easier.
This print ad thanks the Summit County, Colorado, officials who supported a smokefree ordinance.

 

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




Guess who likes Pueblo's new smoke-free ordinance?
This ad lists various types of businesses that are in favor of Pueblo, Colorado's ordinance.
Thank you Pueblo City Council.
This ad thanks the Pueblo City Council for enacting a smokefree ordinance.

 

For more information, contact:
ANR Foundation
510-841-3032
anr@no-smoke.org


What's the best reason to thank your state legislator?
This print ad emphasizes the health benefits that will result from Connecticut's smokefree law.

 

For more information, contact:
Kevin Graff
Executive Director, MATCH Coalition
776 Farmington Avenue
Hartford, CT 06119-1677


Thanks to those elected officials who have the courage to stand up and be counted...
Direct mail postcard that features Connecticut legislators who support funding for tobacco control.

 

For more information, contact:
IMPACT Delaware Tobacco Prevention Coalition
c/o American Lung Association
1021 Gilpin Avenue, Suite 202
Wilmington, DE 19806
http://www.tobaccofreedelaware.org/


She had the courage to do what was best for all Delawareans
Direct mail piece thanking Delaware State Representative Stone Roster.
What's the best reason to thank your state legislator?
This print ad thanks Delaware lawmakers for the state's smokefree law. The ad is available in half and full page. For permission to use, please contact the ANR Foundation.

 

For more information, contact:
Kevin Tynan
American Lung Association of Metropolitan Chicago
1440 W. Washington Blvd
Chicago, IL 60607
312/628-0225 direct
ktynan@alamc.org



Breathe Easy. Eat Well. Dine in Smoke-free Wilmette
This print ad noted that restaurants in Wilmette, IL, are now smokefree.

What's the best reason to thank the Wilmette Village Board?
This print ad thanks the Wilmette Village Board for a smokefree law.

 

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

What's the best reason to thank your Lexington council member?
This print ad emphasizes the health benefits that will result from Lexington's smokefree law.

 

No contact information available.



Thank you Louisiana Legislature
This print ad thanks members of the Louisiana state legislature for their decision to repeal preemption.

 

For more information on the following ad, contact:
Partnership For A Tobacco-Free Maine
Bureau of Health, Department of Human Services


Beano and Bingo Games in Maine Are Now Smoke-Free!
This print ad promotes smokefree bingo and beano in Maine.

 

Beano and Bingo Games in Maine Are Now Smoke-Free!
This print ad promotes smokefree bingo and beano in Maine.

 

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


What's the best reason to thank your elected officials?
This print ad thanks Massachusetts legislators for passing a smokefree law.

 

 

No contact information available.


Thank you Boston
This print ad ran in the Boston Globe and thanked Boston for enacting a smokefree ordinance.

 

No contact information available.


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

 

For more information, contact:
American Cancer Society
19 West 56th Street
New York, NY 10019


New Yorkers Can Breathe Easier... Starting March 30th
Print ad in the April 2-8, 2003 Irish Voice.

Secondhand Smoke Kills... Thank you Council Member Reyna!
Direct mail postcard expressing gratitude to a New York City Council member for her support of tobacco prevention programs.

 

For more information, contact:
Coalition for a Tobacco Free Vermont
802-658-0626
www.tobaccofreevermont.org

Thank you Burlington
This print ad thanks the members of the Burlington, Vermont, City Council for passing a smokefree restaurant ordinance.

 

No contact information available.

The Great Fresh Indoors
This Sault Ste. Marie, Canada, special 8-page newspaper section provides position information on the implementation of smokefree bylaw.