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Register Now for Kick Butts Day

Posted by Gustavo Torrez on 15 Nov 2017

Registration for Kick Butts Day is officially open, and we can’t wait to see the events planned for March 21, 2018.

Last year, 1,300+ creative and diverse events were held in all 50 states and multiple countries, engaging new advocates in the fight against tobacco. The message was clear: Together, we will end the tobacco epidemic and help make the next generation tobacco-free.

While we made a tremendous impact, our job isn't done yet. Tobacco still kills 7 million people worldwide every year. And Big Tobacco continues to market its deadly products in ways that appeal to youth.

We're counting on you to show up again in 2018 and send this message loud and clear.

We need advocates like you to bring the community together and let the world know that we won’t tolerate tobacco’s deadly toll. Ready to get started?

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 a powerful Kick Butts Day event:

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REGISTER TODAY

If you’re ahead of the game and have already begun planning your Kick Butts Day event, tell us about it! You can register your event today and update the details in the coming months.

KICK-OFF WEBINAR: DECEMBER 13, 2017

Mark your calendar and join us for our Kick Butts Day Kick-Off webinar on Wednesday, Dec. 13, at 3 p.m. EST. We’ll walk you through everything you need to know to have a successful Kick Butts Day, including event ideas and how to apply for grants to boost your event.

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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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