Nevada Smokefree Ads

For more information, contact:
Sarah Davis, MNM
Regional Director of Programs
American Lung Association of the Southwest
Serving the states of Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, and Utah
Ph: (303) 941-8987 / Fax: (866) 664-5097

Boulder City. Clean on the outside, smoke-free on the inside.
This ad featured a photo of members of the American Legion, Post 31, in Boulder City, Nevada, praising smokefree workplaces.

Boulder City. Clean on the outside, smoke-free on the inside.
This ad featured the owners of the Evan’s Old Towne Grill in Boulder City, Nevada, stating "Evan’s is proud to be smoke free and our patrons don’t mind taking their smoking outside."
Boulder City. Clean on the outside, smoke-free on the inside.
This ad featured Chris Frausto of The Gallery, noting that secondhand smoke is hazardous to health and expressing support for smokefree workplaces.
Boulder City. Clean on the outside, smoke-free on the inside.
This ad featured the Robinson family of Boulder City, Nevada, stating, "We are so grateful that we work in smoke-free workplaces - and so are our children. We try very hard to take care of our health. We support smoke-free workplaces in Boulder City so that every family has a safe place to work."
Boulder City. Clean on the outside, smoke-free on the inside.
This ad featured smokefree air supporters Ralph and Sara Denton from Boulder City, Nevada.
Boulder City. Clean on the outside, smoke-free on the inside.
This ad featured the BC Flightlinez Crew from Boulder City, Nevada, stating "After a great day of flying fast through the canyon, we like to slow down at places where the inside air is as fresh as the outside."
Boulder City. Clean on the outside, smoke-free on the inside.
This ad featured the Dillinger Crew from Boulder City, Nevada, stating "Come on in! We know you'll love eating & drinking in our smoke-free bar every bit as much as we love working in it."
Boulder City. Clean on the outside, smoke-free on the inside.
This ad featured the Sheldon family from Boulder City, Nevada, stating, "We support smoke-free workplaces because it protects the ones we love."
Mesquite. Live, Work, Play. A Clean Getaway.
This ad featured Wes Costas of the Falcon Ridge Hotel, stating, "Everyone is welcome to come and enjoy our smoke-free hotel. We believe our employees and customers deserve to breathe clean, healthy air at the Falcon Ridge."
Mesquite. Live, Work, Play. A Clean Getaway.
This ad featured Elizabeth Glovich, FNP, in Mesquite, Nevada, describing the health hazard posed by secondhand smoke exposure and expressing support for smokefree workplaces.
Mesquite. Live, Work, Play. A Clean Getaway.
This ad featured Father Bob Puhlman, pastor, in Mesquite, Nevada, expressing support for smokefree air.
Mesquite. Live, Work, Play. A Clean Getaway.
This ad featured Hugo Cerff, Hugo’s Hilltop Restaurant, stating, "People come to Hugo’s Hilltop Restaurant because of our great food and the clean, smoke-free air."
Mesquite. Live, Work, Play. A Clean Getaway.
This ad featured Mesquite, Nevada, resident Kathryn Briggs, stating "As a two-time cancer survivor, I definitely appreciate breathing clean air when I go out. I don't think anyone should have to breathe smoke where they work or play."
Mesquite. Live, Work, Play. A Clean Getaway.
This ad featured Mesquite, Nevada, resident Darlene Torres, stating "Secondhand smoke affects so many of us in different ways. I know that as a diabetic, secondhand smoke can make my condition much worse, and I have to limit how much time I spend in smoke-filled places. For all of our health, I think it's time we went smoke-free."
Mesquite. Live, Work, Play. A Clean Getaway.
This ad featured Mesquite, Nevada, resident Jay Hill, stating "As a Mesquite small business owner, I value the health of my customers and fellow workers. No one should have to be exposed to secondhand smoke in a smoke-filled environment."
Don't gamble with secondhand smoke
This print ad urged that casinos be made smokefree and noted, "Casino employees are at a greater risk of lung and heart disease. Workers in casinos that are “well ventilated” still absorbed nicotine at 300-600 percent higher levels than workers in other workplaces."
Love my job, hate the smoke
This print ad featured a female casino worker asking smoking patrons to smoke outside.
Love my job, hate the smoke
This print ad featured a male casino worker asking smoking patrons to smoke outside.

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.