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Media Type
Print
Target Audiences
None, Adults, Youths and Young Adults, Parents, Policy Makers
Languages
English
Cost
Under $1,000
Produced For
Maryland Department of Health
Campaign
Themes
Youth - Prevention, Tobacco Industry Manipulation, Tobacco Products - Cigars, Health Consequences of Smoking
Description
This colorful poster features what appears to be a traditional ice cream truck parked in an open area. Children eagerly run toward the truck, and the vendor is waiting to make sales. A larger than life cigar is atop the truck, and smoke wafts from it. The text, that resembles a warning label, explains that small cigars contain the same flavors as ice cream, but regardless of how they are flavored or marketed, these cigars are lethal. Ad is in 11"x17" resizable dimensions and available in TIFF, JPEG, and PDF formats. May be used for transit areas, gas pump toppers and other similar out-of-home placements.
Restrictions
Ad is in 11"x17" resizable dimensions and available in TIFF, JPEG, and PDF formats. May be used for transit areas, gas pump toppers and other similar out-of-home placements.
Ad Status
Current 
Year Produced
2011
Date Added
11/13/2013
 

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Ad Detail
Catalog ID RBP 10098
Size / Dimension 11"x17"
Language  English

 
 

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