Tobacco prevention and cessation tools provide smokers with the help they need to break the habit. By using slideguides, stop smoking kits, informational posters and more wellness products from Positive Promotions, you'll encourage employees to adopt a healthier lifestyle and quit using tobacco.
According to The American Cancer Society, tobacco use is the single largest preventable cause of disease and premature death in the United States. Yet, despite this fact, about 1 in 5 adults still smoke cigarettes, and close to 15 million more continue to use cigars or pipes. In addition, between medical costs and lost productivity, the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) estimates a smoker can cost their employer upwards of $7,500 a year.
With that in mind, Positive Promotions offers you an important selection of products to aid your smoking cessation programs, whether held in the workplace, at your facility, or in the community. You'll find a wealth of tools and resources to help smokers break their addiction, from posters to display in break rooms and informational guides featuring important statistics, to bookmarks, lollipops and more for handing out at health fairs and employee wellness seminars.
We also offer popular items such as Stop Smoking Kits and "Cost of Smoking" Calculators, which you can place in a central location of your facility so everyone has access. Encourage your employees to take the items to family or friends if they don't personally need them. Another popular way to utilize our products would be to hold a Great American Smokeout event, typically on the third Thursday in November. Since the mid-1970s, this nationwide event has challenged people to stop using tobacco on or before this date, and helped them learn about the many tools at their disposal to be able to quit.
Let us help you educate employees and members of the community about how to stop smoking. Magnets and pocket pals are handy tools that can make a big impression, or try our unique cigarette pack stress reliever for anyone having a hard time with quitting. Plus, employees or school principals can share educational activities books, pencils, and silicone bracelets with children to remind them about the dangers of smoking, and stressing how bad it is for your health.