Entertainers Speaking Out For Smokefree Venues
Entertainers & Service Industry Employees Please Speak Out Against Smoking and Secondhand Smoke In The Workplace.
"We Deserve a SmokeFree Work Environment, And So Do You"
Whether it be on stage at a large concert or on stage at local clubs, secondhand smoke is still affecting every single one of us.
Entertainers and Service Industry Employees are speaking out against smoking and secondhand smoke in their workplaces and galvanizing support every day.
Click the Menu Tab above or click the picture to the right to hear from your favorite artists!
Secondhand Smoke Kills,
We must take action now.
"It is only a matter of time".
443,000: Annual tobacco-related deaths in U.S.
$96 billion: Annual tobacco-related health care costs in U.S.
Six million: U.S. kids alive today who will ultimately die from smoking
Five million+: Annual tobacco-related deaths worldwide
600,000: Annual deaths worldwide caused by secondhand smoke exposure
One billion: Worldwide deaths from tobacco this century unless urgent action is taken
The Atlanta Blues Society join with "Smoke-Free Atlanta" and Our latest Recording Artist Musicians to Say.
"We Stand Behind A Smoke-Free Work Place and Safe Clean Air Public Environments for all Music Venues, Bars, Restaurants, and Airports! For all of our Hospitality Industry Workers!
Joe Little / The Rude Boys
Mike Bourne / Atlanta Boogie
Shirley Jones / Jones Girls
No Soloution / Youth Band
Sandra Hall The Blues Empress
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
T. Renee / Gospel Artist
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