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The tobacco industry has a kids menu

Today marks the launch of DC’s latest campaign for the California Tobacco Control Program and our first since landing a new five-year contract. The work exposes the tobacco industry’s latest deception: using flavors and e-cigarette products that masquerade as snacks and flash drives to hook kids when their brains are most susceptible to addiction. Four out of five kids who’ve used tobacco started with a flavored product.

The country’s largest-ever campaign to take on flavored tobacco includes TV, digital video, radio, and OOH launching April 24 in all 14 markets across California, including Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego and Sacramento. The campaign will include creative in Spanish, Cantonese, Mandarin, Korean, Vietnamese and Tagalog, produced with Acento and APartnership, as well as a San Francisco BART station takeover and two painted walls in Los Angeles. See more at FlavorsHookKids.org.

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