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Registration for Kick Butts Day 2016 is open!

Posted by Gustavo Torrez on 3 Dec 2015

KICK BUTTS DAY IS MARCH 16, 2016!

Today, we launched registration for Kick Butts Day, and we couldn’t be more excited as we kick off our 2016 season.

Last year, our collective impact was enormous. Students, teachers and health advocates banded together through 1,000 + creative, impactful events to stand out, speak up and seize control against Big Tobacco. Events were diverse, but our message was the same: youth are not replacements for the 1,300 American customers who die daily of tobacco-related illnesses.

This year, we are eager and ready to band together again and fight tobacco in our schools and communities, and hope you will help us make this Kick Butts Day even better than the last.

Wondering where to start?

IT’S AS EASY AS 1, 2, 3

Hosting a successful Kick Butts Day event is as easy as 1, 2, 3: Plan It, Register It and Supercharge it!

Click below for a crash course in planning, registering and executing an impactful Kick Butts Day event:

GET STARTED

REGISTER TODAY

Are your Kick Butts Day plans already in the works? Tell us about them and register your event today! Remember: you can always update the details of your event in the coming months.

Added bonus? Mini-grant applications are live. Register your event now and apply today to get a $150, $250 or $500 boost.

REGISTER

KICK-OFF WEBINAR ON DECEMBER 16, 2015

Mark your calendar and join us for our Kick Butts Day Kick-Off webinar on Wednesday, December 16, 2015, at 3PM EST and learn everything you need to know about Kick Butts Day 2016, including mini-grants.

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About Gustavo TorrezGustavo Torrez is the Director of the Youth Advocacy Program at the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, and has been involved in the fight against tobacco for the past 19 years.
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