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Kick Butts Day is a program of the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids

Kick Butts Blog

Final tips & tricks!

Posted by Gustavo Torrez on 14 Mar 2017

After months of planning, it’s finally here – tomorrow is Kick Butts Day! Tomorrow, youth across the United States and around the world will stand out, speak up, and seize control against Big Tobacco with creative, impactful events. We can’t wait to see what you have planned!

Final Tips and Tricks

  • Register

    If you haven’t already, be sure to register your event. Registering your event puts your event on our interactive map of events occurring around the world, and helps us get a sense of just how big our impact is.

Get on the map

Connect

  • Connect

    Connect to us on social media @KickButtsDay to be among the first to see some exciting new materials we’ll be releasing tomorrow morning. And don’t forget to share your photos, videos, and live updates of your event with us and event organizers around the world by using the hashtag #iKickButts.

  • Share your story: #iKickButts

    We want to hear what you’re doing to kick butts, and why you’re doing it. We all fight tobacco for different reasons and in different ways, and together, we’re making incredible progress in the fight against tobacco. Join your fellow advocates around the world on social media by using the hashtag #iKickButts. You can find instructions, our photo generator, and our real-time gallery here.

Thank you for everything you’ve done to make this Kick Butts Day one to remember. We’re looking forward to seeing the photos, videos, and media coverage of your amazing events.

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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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