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Big Tobacco doesn’t stop for winter weather, and neither should you! Have some fun in the snow while exposing Big Tobacco by creating snow stencils.
At your local parks, community areas or sports fields, you might see lots of green grass and happy people, but look closer. See a lot of litter due to cigarette butts? Cigarette butts are the most littered item in the world. Now is your chance to give back to your...
Hollywood uses a lot of tobacco in films, and it’s rarely “scene” as a bad thing. Take this opportunity to share the reality of tobacco use.
Use sidewalk chalk to create a message that raises awareness about tobacco issues in Nebraska.
Hollywood plays a major role in glamorizing tobacco products, but at a cost. Create a graveyard for stars who died from tobacco related diseases.
There are more than 4,000 chemicals found in cigarettes and secondhand smoke. It is time to let people know exactly what’s in cigarettes and secondhand smoke!
Choose a statistic and make at least 100 copies of it. When no one else is at the school, post it everywhere.
Big Tobacco is trying to hide a lot of secrets, and what better way to let the public know than to “Air Out Big Tobacco’s Dirty Laundry?”
People love to express themselves through their clothes, so why not share the No Limits message through your clothes, too.
Yeah, everyone wants candy. No one wants Big Tobacco’s lies.
See a lot of blank popcorn bags? Now is your chance to put that space to good use.
You walk by it every day on the way to school. It’s a billboard waiting to happen!
It’s caught your eye as you wait for the train to pass … graffiti can be really cool!
With a few friends, some paint and poster boards you can let your town know about the corruption of the tobacco industry.
Use a main road or busy street to post facts pertaining to the use of tobacco, school zones, and policy in the state.
Every day 1300 people in the U.S. die from tobacco use and secondhand smoke. Collect 1300 items to represent people who die each day in the U.S