Casino Smokefree Ads
For more information, contact:
Sarah Davis, MNM
Regional Director of Programs
American Lung Association of the Southwest
Ph: (303) 941-8987 / Fax: (866) 664-5097
sdavis@lungs.org


Everyone deserves to breathe clean indoor air.
This print ad quotes a casino worker speaking up about how secondhand smoke hurts her lungs and stating that all employees deserve to work in a clean, safe environment.
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


Being able to breathe shouldn't be a crap shoot.
This print ad from Smokefree Mississippi noted that casino employees face severe SHS exposure; noted that 68% of Mississippi voters are in favor of a law that would prohibit smoking in most indoor
public places, including casinos; and listed Mississippi casino companies operating in states with non]smoking or restricted smoking policies.

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

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.
No contact information available.
Step Out of the Old and Into the Bold.
This print ad from www.smokefreecasinos.org described the benefits of smokefree air in protecting casino workers.

 

No contact information available.
Breathe easy. Smoke-free gaming. Muckleshoot Casino.
This ad appeared in Alaska Airlines Magazine.

 

For more information, contact:
Jono Polansky | jono@onbeyond.com |
415-453-9369
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Breathe Easy Smoke-Free Gaming
This advertisement from the Muckeshoot Casino in Washington state notes that "We’d like to clear the air—Muckleshoot Casino has the largest non-smoking facility in the state."
"My definition of winning? Live to play another day. That means smokefree gaming."
This quote from professional poker player Tom McEvoy was featured in a print advertisement on the health and economic benefits of smokefree gaming.
"We opened 100% smokefree in 1997. We’ve expanded 100% smokefree. And even smokers thank us for it."
This quote from Marc Kaplan, Marketing Director, Taos Mountain Casino in New Mexico was featured in a print advertisement, which also noted that the majority of casino patrons are nonsmokers and the majority of patrons prefer smokefree environments.
"I’m convinced that smokefree gaming is the future. And the future is always closer than we think."
This quote from Kelsey A. Begaye, former president, Navajo Nation, was featured in a print advertisement on the benefits of smokefree casinos.

 

For more information, contact:
Tim Filler
PO Box 1657
Indianapolis, IN 46206
Don't gamble with secondhand smoke
This print advertisement featured tumbling dice, smoke-filled air, a mail-in card to fill out to support smokefree gaming, and information on the health hazards faced by casino employees due to secondhand smoke exposure in the workplace.
Don't gamble with secondhand smoke
This print advertisement featured tumbling dice, smoke-filled air, and information on the health hazards faced by casino employees due to secondhand smoke exposure in the workplace.

For more information, contact:
Peter Nez
Southwest Navajo Tobacco Education Prevention Project
605-348-6100

Navajo Nation Take Charge and Change the Odds: Vote Yes for Legislation 0311-08
This advertisement outlined the health hazards of working in smoke-filled casinos.

For more information, contact:
Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids
http://www.tobaccofreekids.org/index.php

Michigan Smokefree Casinos Ad
Don't gamble with workers' lives. Support smokefree air for everyone

This print ad depicted a casino worker holding dice and urged the Michigan Legislature to pass a smokefree air law that included casinos.

No contact information available.

Smoking Not a Winning Hand
This billboard from Kaiser Permanente featured a series of playing cards labeled with various diseases caused by smoking, e.g., cancer, bronchitis, etc.

No contact information available.

Vince Rennich's Story
This public service announcment describes how Vince Rennich, a nonsmoking casino employee exposed to secondhand smoke on the job, was diagnosed with lung cancer.

For more information, contact:
Narinder Dhaliwal, CCAP Project Director
California's Clean Air Project
Telephone: (916) 452-8065
Fax: (916) 452-7374
www.ccap.etr.org

Smoke-free casinos are the best bet
This print advertisement provides contact information for the California's Clean Air Project.

For more information, contact:
Pete Bialick, President
GASP of Colorado
Colorado BREATH
(Bar & Restaurant Employees Against Tobacco Hazards)
303-444-9799 (phone)
info@gaspforair.org (E-mail)
www.gaspforair.org (GASP Web site)
www.breathcolorado.org (Breath Web site)

Attention Casino Workers! You Are Not Alone!
This pamphlet outlined the hazards of secondhand smoke exposure for casino workers and provided information on how this group could support HB 1269, a smokefree casinos bill.