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This section provides everything you need to effectively communicate about how comprehensive tobacco advertising, promotion, and sponsorship bans are an essential component of a strategy to reduce tobacco use.

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Big Tobacco places promotions in stores where kids can see them – often with bright colors that look a lot like candy.

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Have you seen enough tobacco advertising near your children? Sign the pledge to say enough is enough.

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Big Tobacco targets children every day with their brightly colored packaging and ads, where kids can see them.

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While cigarettes ads on TV are gone, smoking on TV shows is actually on the rise.

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Tobacco advertising doesn’t belong where kids can see it.

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If Big Tobacco were telling you the truth, it would look like this.

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Only 1 in 6 adults in England smoke.

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From ad campaigns to product placement to cartoon characters, Big Tobacco has spent big bucks on getting kids to start smoking.

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It’s simple: If tobacco is out of sight, it is out of mind for teens.

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A petition in Jamaica, calling on the government to enact a TAPS ban.

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10 really bad things Big Tobacco has done to entice kids to start smoking. 

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It’s on us to make sure Big Tobacco doesn’t target kids and teens.

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This Facebook post highlights a Marlboro promotional event in a shopping mall. The pictures show that many children were drawn to the race cars and bean bag chairs.

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It’s on us to make sure Big Tobacco doesn’t target kids and teens.

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John Oliver exposes how Philip Morris International entices kids worldwide with its “Be Marlboro” ads.

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Here’s what an honest tobacco ad should look like.

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Here’s what an honest tobacco ad should look like.

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Tobacco companies spend $8.8 billion a year — $1 million every hour — to keep us tuned in to their deadly message.

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