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Introduction

Overview

Organize Campaign

Campaign Stages
Document the ProblemSelect an IssueDevelop a StrategyBroaden your CoalitionOpen CommunicationImplement ActivitiesEvaluation
Tools

Appendix








The articles and press releases below highlight STORE Campaign success stories from local programs.

  • Merchant continues on after striking cigarette brand (2007, June 6) Tahoe Daily Tribune.
    One South Lake Tahoe business owner’s bottom line hasn’t been hurt by a decision not to carry three brands of cigarettes he believes are tailoring their marketing campaigns to children. “There’s no doubt that we’ve lost some Camel business, but overall sales are up,” said Liquor Shack owner Al Browne on Tuesday. Read on.

  • Santa Ana votes for tobacco licenses (2006, October 18) OCRegister.
    It will soon be tougher for teenagers to buy a pack of cigarettes here. The city will become the first in Orange County to require stores to hold a local license to sell tobacco – the latest in a spate of programs across the state designed to clamp down on underage smoking. Read On.

  • Tobacco Sales to Minors Eeduced Since Licensing Policy Begun (2006, July 29) The Ukiah Daily Journal.
    Tobacco retailer licensing policies have been effective in curbing the sale of tobacco to minors, according to a survey performed by the Mendocino County Department of Public Health's Tobacco Control Program. Read On.