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Major cigarette companies spend about $9.5 billion a year to market their products in local stores. Their ads clutter our stores and turn them into tools of the tobacco industry. In turn, the companies get rich and people get hooked.

Today, people are coming together to take stores back from the tobacco industry. On this site, you'll learn what major cigarette companies are doing in our stores and what we can do about it.
$$$ Spent by Big Tobacco This Year to Advertise in Retail Stores
This website is based on a website originally developed by Battelle Memorial Institute pursuant to grants from the National Cancer Institute (Grant Numbers 5R01CA086232 and 5R01CA093955). Its contents, however, are solely the responsibility of the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids and do not necessarily represent the official views of the National Cancer Institute or Battelle Memorial Institute