Quitting and avoiding tobacco products is one of the most important steps to creating a world with less cancer and more birthdays. One of the ways the American Cancer Society saves lives by helping people take steps to stay well is through the Great American Smokeout, which helps motivate and empower smokers to quit for good. This year, Smokeout will take place on November 15, 2012. Smokeout is also a time to encourage all Americans to fight back against tobacco by supporting efforts to pass smoke-free laws that help keep communities and workplaces healthy.
Communications materials to assist in promoting the 37th year of the Great American Smokeout are available below:
- 2012 Great American Smokeout, press release
- 2012 Great American Smokeout, social media messages
- 2012 Tobacco Use, fact sheet
- “How Much Is A Life Worth? The Truth About Tobacco” video
Recommended marketing and promotional materials to support Smokeout efforts, including posters, table tents, stickers, and “help me quit” cards, are also available for download.