Secondhand Smoke Ads
For more information, contact:
Jason Thompson, CFO/VP of Marketing
Fahrenheit Creative Group, LLC
Phone: 601-371-8003
Fax: 769-251-0432
http://www.fcgworks.com
Smoke Free Policies Reduce Heart Attack Hospital Admissions and Provide Health Care Cost Saving.
This ad from Smokefree Mississippi stated that a smokefree law in the state would result in approximately $31.8 million in health care savings related to treating heart attacks and strokes.
For more information, contact:
American Cancer Society, Great Lakes Division
1755 Abbey Rd.
East Lansing, MI 48823
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"Would you like to hear our specials...?"
This radio ad describes the health hazards of secondhand smoke exposure.
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:
Annette Marley, MPH
Trampling Tobacco Project Manager
Alaska Native Health Board
3700 Woodland Drive, Suite 500
Anchorage, Alaska 99517
Smokefree Anchorage. Good for Children. Good for Everyone.
Smokefree Anchorage. Good for People. Good for Business.
This ad is a compilation of the four ads above.

 

For more information, contact:
Ashley Wimberley
Cranford Johnson Robinson Woods
(501) 975-7276
ashley.wimberley@cjrw.com

Capable of killing anything within a 40-ft. radius.
This print ad compares the deadly capabilities of a grenade with those of secondhand smoke.

 

For more information, contact:
Libby Doss, Public Relations
CJRW
303 West Capitol Avenue
Little Rock, AR 72201
501.975.7210 office
501.837.1364 mobile
Libby.Doss@cjrw.com

The Surgeon General really wants to know...
This print ad features an ashtray filled with cigarette butts, and a warning label that says that the Surgeon General really wants to know what part of various cigarette-related diseases, such as Lung Cancer and Emphysema, aren't understood by the reader.

 

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


Bob, I've got emphysema
A billboard depicting two cowboys.


Mind if I smoke? Care if I die?
This billboard depicts a well-dressed man asking,"Mind if I smoke?" A glamorous woman replies, "Care if I die?"


I miss my lung, Bob.
A billboard depicting two cowboys riding into the sunset.


"You're scent is intoxicating..." "Yours is carcinogenic."
This billboard depicts a well-dressed man, smoking a cigarette and kissing a woman's hand.


One Weapon That Kills From Both Ends.
This billboard depicted a smoking cigarette and noted "Secondhand Smoke Kills."

You Think Smoke Knows How to Stay in the Smoking Section?
This billboard asked the above question and stated "Secondhand Smoke Kills."


He has his daddy's eyes and his momma's lungs. Secondhand Smoke Kills.
This billboard depicts a young boy sitting in a cloud of smoke.


This print ad features a man smoking in the presence of a woman and children, and a secondhand smoke message in Thai.


When you smoke, there's no escape for your family.
This ad features a young child sitting behind "bars."

The same ad is available in the following lanuguages:

Chinese
Thai
Lao
Vietnamese




You're not the only one being harmed by smoking.
This advertisement features a man smoking at a birthday party, while a woman and children look at him.

The same ad is available in the following languages:

Chinese
Vietnamese

 


You're not the only one breathing in toxic chemicals.
This billboard features a man smoking in front of a crowd wearing gas masks. The text is in Chinese.

 

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



Latinos have a right to breathe smoke-free air
This print ad emphasizes the health hazards of secondhand exposure for Latino restaurant and bar workers.



Little Bodies. Little Choice. Kids deserve a smoke-free Louisville.

Think someone else's smoke can't hurt you? Think again.



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

 

Smokefree DC has several ads up at http://www.smokefreedc.org/ads.htm

 

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


Asthma, Lung Cancer, Heart Attacks, and Dirty Ashtrays
Half-page print ad describing the health effects of SHS exposure

 

No contact information available.



This Morning I Inhaled Ammonia
This print ad from Youth for Truth (Michigan) features a young woman, and notes that cigarette smoke contains 4,000 chemicals.


Last Night I Ate Arsenic
This print ad from Youth for Truth features a young woman, and notes that cigarette smoke contains 4,000 chemicals.


Today I Inhaled Formaldehyde
This print ad from Youth for Truth features a young boy, and notes that cigarette smoke contains 4,000 chemicals.

 

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:
Shelly Kiser
Tobacco-Free Ohio
1950 Arlingate Lane
Columbus, OH 43228
614-279-1700
Fax: 614-279-4940
Secondhand smoke steals the freshness from your clothes, but even worse it can steal someone you love.

This print advertisement from the Tobacco-Free Ohio Coalition features a woman with COPD who's best friend died from lung cancer after years as a bartender.

 

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


It's a scientific fact. He's fuming inside.
This ad decribes the physical effects on nonsmoking workers of just ten minutes of secondhand smoke exposure.

 

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

701 Brazos Street, Suite 500
Austin, TX 78701


¿Cuál derecho se debe proteger?
This Spanish language print ad emphasizes the dangers of secondhand smoke and the right to breathe clean air.