Reduce Store Marketing

You may not have seen all the tobacco marketing in the stores, but your kids have. Tobacco marketing refers to the posters and signs inside and outside stores, as well as the colorful, well-lit displays of tobacco products behind the counter in most convenience stores, gas stations, pharmacies and grocery stores.

TAC is working with state partners to educate New Yorkers on the prevalence and impact that tobacco product displays and store advertising have on youth smoking initiation. View media campaigns and learn more at

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What Can I Do to Protect Our Kids?

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Here in New York State, tobacco companies spend more than a half a million dollars every day to place promotions in stores where kids can see them. And the more they see, the more likely they are to start smoking.