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One month until Kick Butts Day!

Posted by Erica Olmstead on 21 Feb 2018

It’s the final countdown. With just one month left until Kick Butts Day, we have over 800 events registered and counting, and can’t wait to see the incredible events happening across the United States and beyond on March 21.

What now? Here are a few tips for our final month:


It’s not too late to plan an exciting, creative, impactful Kick Butts Day event! Our Activities Database is full of tried and true activity ideas for your event and can be sorted by time and cost.

Here are a few quick and easy, low-cost event ideas to start:

Already planned an event? Register it! Once you register your event, you'll join our event map. The map is a great way to let your community, the media, and other Kick Butts Day participants know about the activities you have planned to spotlight the deadly truth about tobacco, how the tobacco industry targets kids, and what youth can do to fight back.

If you're still ironing out the details of your event, don't worry – once you register your event, you can login and update your event details at any time!

The more events we can count, the louder our voices and the bigger our impact.



Check out our latest resources to make the most of your event. In the weeks that remain, it's time to take your event to the next level – and we're here to help.

  • Supercharge your event
    Get a crash course in how you can increase your event's impact through visuals, media outreach, fundraising, petitions, and more.

  • Resources
    Access our latest factsheets, webinar slides and recordings, logos and customizable templates, and Kick Butts Day branded merchandise.

We can't wait to see what you have planned for March 21!

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About Erica OlmsteadErica Olmstead currently serves as the Youth Advocacy Associate Director at the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids. Her tobacco control journey began as a youth advocate in New York 13 years ago.
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