#Stop Profiling | Market Priority | truth

Advertising Restictions, Disparities, Media Campaign, Retailer Density

Fact: There are more cigarette ads in black neighborhoods. It’s not a coincidence, it’s profiling. Watch truth correspondent Amanda Seales lay out the facts. A new truth® campaign called #STOPPROFILING shines a light on how the tobacco industry deliberately singles out communities that already face adversity and inequality with aggressive marketing tactics that equal profiling. … Read More

February 2017 News and Research Roundup

Cigarettes, Displays/Display Ban, E-Cigarettes, FDA, Flavors (including Menthol), Licensing, Media Campaign, Non-Tax Price Increases, Pharmacies, Price Promotions, Product Packaging, Smokeless Tobacco and SNUS, Tobacco21

Welcome to CounterTobacco.org’s “News and Research Roundup!” Each month we post a summary of the latest research, reports, and news stories on counteracting tobacco product sales and marketing at the point of sale (POS). Keeping up with what’s happening in the POS movement all across the country can help you choose policies and strategies that work best … Read More

Seen Enough Tobacco – Ice Cream

Media Campaign, Youth

Part of Tobacco Free New York State’s “Seen Enough” Campaign. Tobacco companies spend billions on colorful signs, special discounts and promotions in stores where kids can see them. And the more kids see tobacco, the more likely they are to start smoking. It’s time for tobacco marketing to hit the road.

Point of Sale-Girl

Media Campaign, Product Availability, Youth

The Montana Department of Public Health & Human Services is warning people through TV ads about the tactics that tobacco companies sometimes use to attract young people. The Montana Tobacco Use Program launched a new public education campaign addressing the ways corporations target youth through in-store advertising. Health officials say tobacco corporations spend more than … Read More

Point of Sale-Boys

Media Campaign, Product Availability, Youth

The Montana Department of Public Health & Human Services is warning people through TV ads about the tactics that tobacco companies sometimes use to attract young people. The Montana Tobacco Use Program launched a new public education campaign addressing the ways corporations target youth through in-store advertising. Health officials say tobacco corporations spend more than … Read More

The Next 50 Years

Media Campaign, Policy Advocacy

For more than fifty years, the Surgeon General has been reporting about the dangers of smoking and tobacco use. The findings have inspired us to help smokers quit and keep young people from starting smoking in the first place. We know the strategies that work and we are in the forefront of an historic opportunity … Read More

News and Research Round Up

Advertising Restictions, Cigarettes, Displays/Display Ban, E-Cigarettes, Flavors (including Menthol), Health Warnings, International, Licensing, Little cigars/Cigarillos, Media Campaign, Pharmacies, Policy Advocacy, Product Packaging, Retailer Density, Smokeless Tobacco and SNUS, Stores Near Schools, Tobacco21, Youth

Welcome to CounterTobacco.org’s “News and Research Roundup!” Each month we post a summary of the latest research, reports, and news stories on counteracting tobacco product sales and marketing at the point of sale (POS). Keeping up with what’s happening in the POS movement all across the country can help you choose policies and strategies that work best … Read More

Vermont Health Department, Counterbalance Campaign Conduct Statewide Store Audits

Flavors (including Menthol), Media Campaign, Retailer Density, Store Assessments, Stores Near Schools, Youth

The Vermont Health Department recently conducted store audits of 767 tobacco retailers state-wide.  Working with Counter Tools, they used a modified version of the Standardized Tobacco Assessment for Retail Settings (STARS) and enlisted youth and community coalition groups to help complete the audits. They wanted to understand more about how the tobacco industry markets products in Vermont, … Read More