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New Ads represent the most recent ad campaign additions to MCRC; this section is updated as new materials come in, or every six months, whichever comes first. This feature is intended to be particularly useful for our users who browse our collection on a semi-annual basis and want to see what has been added since their last visit.
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Back Door: details >>


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Back Door New Ad
Type: Radio
Campaigns: Quitting For Real  
Themes: Cessation - General, Cessation - Quitline
Languages: English
Cost: Under $1,000
Year Produced: 2013
Description: Ads in "Quitting For Real" campaign focus on the hard, everyday decisions that a person who is quitting tobacco must face. Utah conducted several focus groups to identify common triggers and stressors that obstruct smokers’ quit journey – from the results the State produced an ad campaign with inspirational, hopeful, and optimistic messages to reassure smokers that triggers can be beaten for quitting successfully. Materials include TV, radio and supporting print, OOH, and static digital ads.   more details >>
Bad Day: details >>


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Bad Day New Ad
Type: Radio
Campaigns: Quitting For Real  
Themes: Cessation - General, Cessation - Quitline
Languages: English
Cost: Under $1,000
Year Produced: 2013
Description: Ads in "Quitting For Real" campaign focus on the hard, everyday decisions that a person who is quitting tobacco must face. Utah conducted several focus groups to identify common triggers and stressors that obstruct smokers’ quit journey – from the results the State produced an ad campaign with inspirational, hopeful, and optimistic messages to reassure smokers that triggers can be beaten for quitting successfully. Materials include TV, radio and supporting print, OOH, and static digital ads.   more details >>
Bus Stop: details >>


 Current
Bus Stop New Ad
Type: Radio
Campaigns: Quitting For Real  
Themes: Cessation - General, Cessation - Quitline
Languages: English
Cost: Under $1,000
Year Produced: 2013
Description: Ads in "Quitting For Real" campaign focus on the hard, everyday decisions that a person who is quitting tobacco must face. Utah conducted several focus groups to identify common triggers and stressors that obstruct smokers’ quit journey – from the results the State produced an ad campaign with inspirational, hopeful, and optimistic messages to reassure smokers that triggers can be beaten for quitting successfully. Materials include TV, radio and supporting print, OOH, and static digital ads.   more details >>
Cancer Doesn’t Care - Out-of-Home: details >>

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Cancer Doesn’t Care - Out-of-Home New Ad
Type: Out-of-Home
Campaigns: Cancer Doesn’t Care  
Themes: Cessation - General, Casual Smoking, Health Consequences of Smoking
Languages: English, Spanish
Cost: Free
Year Produced: 2014
Description: The “Cancer doesn’t Care” campaign challenges the reasons light and non-daily smokers mistakenly believe they’re immune to the dangers of cigarettes. These ads force viewers to take notice of the fact that light smokers are not safe from the risks heavy smokers face. Designed for use in transit areas; English & Spanish, adaptable file formats.    more details >>
Imagine - Out-of-Home: details >>

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Imagine - Out-of-Home New Ad
Type: Out-of-Home
Campaigns: Imagine  
Themes: Cessation - General, Casual Smoking, Health Consequences of Smoking
Languages: English, Spanish
Cost: Free
Year Produced: 2014
Description: These ads demonstrate that the physical discomfort light smokers go through are not a meaningless part of smoking; their symptoms might actually be warning signs of irreversible smoking-related damage. Designed for use in transit areas; English & Spanish, adaptable file formats.    more details >>
Julia - Talk With Your Doctor Poster: details >>

 Current
Julia - Talk With Your Doctor Poster New Ad
Type: Print
Themes: Cessation - General, Health Consequences of Smoking
Languages: English, Spanish
Cost: Free
Year Produced: 2015
Description: Julia smoked and developed colorectal cancer when she was just 49. In this poster for CDC's Tips From Former Smokers campaign, Julia says jokes about having gas are funny, until they find a tumor in your colon. The poster also tells patients, "You can quit. Talk with your health care team for help." It can be used in clinics, pharmacies, and waiting rooms. It's available in English and Spanish. The size is 11x17.    more details >>
Julia Family: details >>

 Current
Julia Family New Ad
Type: Out-of-Home
Campaigns: Tips From Former Smokers  
Themes: Cessation - General, Cessation - Quitline, Health Consequences of Smoking
Languages: English, Spanish
Cost: Free
Year Produced: 2015
Description: Julia smoked and developed colorectal cancer when she was just 49. This out-of-home ad is part of CDC's Tips From Former Smokers campaign. Ads are in 30-sheet, 14 x 48, 29 x 12, and bus shelter (69x48) sizes in PDF, JPEG and TIFF formats—in English & Spanish languages. This ad may be used for transit areas, gas pump toppers, billboards, and other similar out-of-home placements.    more details >>
Julia Family - Web Banner: details >>

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Julia Family - Web Banner New Ad
Type: Web Banner/Art
Campaigns: Tips From Former Smokers  
Themes: Cessation - General, Cessation - Quitline, Health Consequences of Smoking
Languages: English, Spanish
Cost: Free
Year Produced: 2015
Description: Julia smoked and developed colorectal cancer when she was just 49. In this digital ad, Julia says when you have colon cancer, your whole family feels the pain. This ad is part of CDC's Tips From Former Smokers campaign. Digital ads are available in 300 x 250, 300 x 600, and 728 x 90 sizes, and in English & Spanish languages.    more details >>
Julia Jokes: details >>

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Julia Jokes New Ad
Type: Print
Campaigns: Tips From Former Smokers  
Themes: Cessation - General, Cessation - Quitline, Health Consequences of Smoking
Languages: English, Spanish
Cost: Free
Year Produced: 2015
Description: Julia smoked and developed colorectal cancer when she was just 49. In this print ad for CDC's Tips From Former Smokers campaign, Julia says jokes about having gas are funny, until they find a tumor in your colon. Ads are in 7”x 10”, and 7" x 4.875", and 4.625”x 4.825 resizable dimensions. They’re available in English and Spanish and in PDF, JPEG and TIFF formats.    more details >>
Julia's Tip: details >>

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Julia's Tip New Ad
Type: Television
Themes: Cessation - General, Cessation - Quitline, Health Consequences of Smoking
Languages: English
Cost: Unknown
Year Produced: 2015
Description: Julia started smoking out of curiosity as a young adult, then the addiction made it hard to quit. When she was in her 40s and a busy working mom, she was diagnosed with colorectal cancer, which is a danger for all smokers. In this TV ad from CDC's Tips From Former Smokers campaign, Julia talks candidly about how cancer changed bodily functions that most of us take for granted. She hopes her story will get others to quit smoking before they get sick. Please do not place this ad on any programming that reaches a younger audience, and in particular, children; the ad was designed and tested for an adult population aged 18–54 years. We ask that you place the advertising in accordance with this media dayparts schedule: All dayparts.   more details >>
Julia's Tip - Radio: details >>


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Julia's Tip - Radio New Ad
Type: Radio
Themes: Cessation - General, Cessation - Quitline, Health Consequences of Smoking
Languages: English
Cost: Unknown
Year Produced: 2015
Description: Julia started smoking out of curiosity as a young adult, then the addiction made it hard to quit. When she was in her 40s, and a busy working mom, she was diagnosed with colorectal cancer, which is a danger for all smokers. In this radio ad from CDC's Tips From Former Smokers campaign, Julia talks candidly about how the cancer changed her life, her body, and terrified her young son. She hopes her story will get others to quit smoking before they get sick. Please do not place this ad on any programming that reaches a younger audience, and in particular, children; the ad was designed and tested for an adult population aged 18–54 years. We ask that you place the advertising in accordance with this media dayparts schedule: All dayparts.    more details >>
Korean – Health Effects Advertorial – Excision: details >>

 Current
Korean – Health Effects Advertorial – Excision New Ad
Type: Print
Campaigns: Tips From Former Smokers  
Themes: Cessation - Quitline
Languages: Korean
Cost: Free
Year Produced: 2015
Description: These print advertisements from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are created for Asian audiences (Chinese or Korean). In this print ad, the stories of three participants from the “Tips From Former Smokers” campaign — Annette, Shawn and Brandon — are joined under the headline, “Cut Out Smoking Or Risk Having Something Else Cut Out.” The ads show a phone number for the Asian Smokers’ Quitline. Ads are in 8.7” W x 7.5” H resizable dimensions and available in JPEG, and PDF formats.   more details >>
Kristy Dual Use - Print: details >>

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Kristy Dual Use - Print New Ad
Type: Print
Campaigns: Tips From Former Smokers  
Themes: Cessation - General, Cessation - Quitline, Health Consequences of Smoking, Other Tobacco Products - Electronic Cigarettes
Languages: English, Spanish
Cost: Free
Year Produced: 2015
Description: Kristy tried using e-cigarettes to help her quit regular cigarettes but just ended up using both. Eventually, she went back to smoking only cigarettes. In this print ad, she shows the scars from surgery for a collapsed lung. Ads are in 7”x 10”, and 7" x 4.875" resizable dimensions. They’re available in English and Spanish and in PDF, JPEG and TIFF formats.   more details >>
Kristy's Tip: details >>


 Current
Kristy's Tip New Ad
Type: Radio
Campaigns: Tips From Former Smokers  
Themes: Cessation - General, Cessation - Quitline, Health Consequences of Smoking, Other Tobacco Products - Electronic Cigarettes
Languages: English
Cost: Unknown
Year Produced: 2015
Description: At age 33, Kristy, a smoker and mother of three, tried using e-cigarettes to help her quit regular cigarettes. She was determined to protect her family and get rid of her smoker's cough. She ended up using both products at once, which is called dual tobacco use. Eventually, she went back to smoking only cigarettes and later had a collapsed lung. In this radio ad from CDC's Tips From Former Smokers campaign, Kristy explains that she started feeling much better after she quit smoking cigarettes completely. Because this ad has been designed to be hard hitting, it is important that it be placed in appropriately formatted media content. Please do not place this ad on any programming that reaches a younger audience, and in particular, children; the ad was designed and tested for an adult population aged 18–54 years. We ask that you place the advertising in accordance with this media dayparts schedule: All dayparts.   more details >>
Mark and Julia's Tip: details >>

 Current
Mark and Julia's Tip New Ad
Type: Television
Themes: Cessation - General, Cessation - Quitline, Health Consequences of Smoking
Languages: English
Cost: Unknown
Year Produced: 2015
Description: After years of smoking, Julia, a busy working mom, and Mark, a military veteran, each received frightening news. Their doctors found colorectal cancer, which is a danger for all smokers. In this TV ad from CDC's Tips From Former Smokers campaign, Julia and Mark share tips for getting through surgery, chemo, and the uncomfortable consequences of having colorectal cancer. Because this television ad has been designed to be hard hitting, it is important that it be placed in appropriately formatted media content. Please do not place this ad on any programming that reaches a younger audience, and in particular, children; the ad was designed and tested for an adult population aged 18–54 years. We ask that you place the advertising in accordance with this media dayparts schedule: All dayparts.   more details >>
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Mark Extra Tape - Print New Ad
Type: Print
Themes: Cessation - General, Cessation - Quitline, Health Consequences of Smoking
Languages: English, Spanish
Cost: Free
Year Produced: 2015
Description: Mark started smoking as a teen and continued until age 42, when he developed colorectal cancer. In this print ad from CDC's Tips From Former Smokers campaign, Mark shares a tip for dealing with an ostomy bag. Ads are in 7”x 10”, and 7" x 4.875", and 4.625”x 4.825 resizable dimensions. They’re available in English and Spanish in PDF, JPEG and TIFF formats.   more details >>
Mark Sports: details >>

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Mark Sports New Ad
Type: Out-of-Home
Themes: Cessation - General, Cessation - Quitline, Health Consequences of Smoking
Languages: English, Spanish
Cost: Free
Year Produced: 2015
Description: Mark started smoking as a teen and continued until age 42, when he developed colorectal cancer. In this out-of-home ad, he holds a football and talks about how having an ostomy bag changes the way you approach contact sports. This out-of-home ad is part of CDC's Tips From Former Smokers campaign. Ads are in 30-sheet, 14 x 48, 29 x 12, and bus shelter (69x48) sizes in PDF, JPEG and TIFF formats—in English & Spanish languages. This ad may be used for transit areas, gas pump toppers, billboards, and other similar out-of-home placements.   more details >>
Mark's Tip: details >>


 Current
Mark's Tip New Ad
Type: Radio
Campaigns: Tips From Former Smokers  
Themes: Cessation - General, Cessation - Quitline, Health Consequences of Smoking
Languages: English
Cost: Unknown
Year Produced: 2015
Description: Mark started smoking as a teen and continued until age 42, when he developed colorectal cancer. In this radio ad from CDC's Tips From Former Smokers campaign, Mark explains how cancer--caused by smoking--turned life upside down for his entire family, including his terrified young daughter. Because this ad has been designed to be hard hitting, it is important that it be placed in appropriately formatted media content. Please do not place this ad on any programming that reaches a younger audience, and in particular, children; the ad was designed and tested for an adult population aged 18–54 years. We ask that you place the advertising in accordance with this media dayparts schedule: All dayparts   more details >>
Mark’s It Happens Tip: details >>

 Current
Mark’s It Happens Tip New Ad
Type: Web Banner/Art
Campaigns: Tips From Former Smokers  
Themes: Cessation - General, Cessation - Quitline, Health Consequences of Smoking
Languages: English, Spanish
Cost: Free
Year Produced: 2015
Description: Mark started smoking as a teen and continued until age 42, when he developed colorectal cancer. In this digital ad, Mark shares a tip for dealing with an ostomy bag. This ad is part of CDC's Tips From Former Smokers campaign. Digital ads are available in 300 x 250, 300 x 600, and 728 x 90 sizes, and in English & Spanish languages.   more details >>
Marlene - Talk With Your Doctor Poster: details >>

 Current
Marlene - Talk With Your Doctor Poster New Ad
Type: Print
Campaigns: Tips From Former Smokers  
Themes: Cessation - General, Health Consequences of Smoking
Languages: English, Spanish
Cost: Free
Year Produced: 2015
Description: Marlene smoked and started losing her vision at age 56. In this poster for the Tips From Former Smokers campaign, she shares a tip for coping with eye injections. She needs shots in one or both eyes every month to avoid going blind. The poster also tells patients, "You can quit. Talk with your health care team for help." It can be used in clinics, pharmacies, and waiting rooms. It's available in English and Spanish. The size is 11x17.    more details >>
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