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We've got a punning way for you to spread the word about your company and No Smoking Day 2013
Why not improve the health and wealth of your company and encourage your employees to quit this No Smoking Day, Wednesday 13 March 2013?
Stopping smoking is the single best thing you can do for your worker's heart health and with smokers taking on average two or three more sick days a year than their non-smoking colleagues, why not get involved in the 30th anniversary of this successful health campaign?
This year smokers are being encouraged to 'swap their fags for swag', and consider what they could afford to buy if they were to quit for a day (saving £7), a week (£49), a month (£210) and a year (£2,555). You could even play with the theme and help your staff, 'turn their pay... into a holiday!'
Start planning your very own company activity or event now and launch it on the official launch day on Wednesday 27 February, giving smokers two weeks to get ready to quit on No Smoking Day itself.
Holding No Smoking Day activities could not only improve the profitability of your business, by boosting the health of your workforce, but it could raise the profile of your company in the local media.
How to get involved
Work with doctors to send out "valentines cards" to smokers ahead of No Smoking Day. The card might read "Love your heart and quit this No Smoking Day". The card could contain stop smoking service details and encourage smokers to make a quit attempt on No Smoking Day.
Hold sporting events where smokers make the swap from fags to a new healthy lifestyle. Or what about using Big Cig in a gym and have him swapped for sports equipment or defeated by healthy ex-smokers? Big stunts will attract big publicity.
Why not encourage smokers to do a sponsored quit and raise money for their favourite charity? The British Heart Foundation accepts donations and helps millions of smokers to deal with heart and circulatory diseases.
How about getting kids to create a music video about the dangers of smoking or the benefits of giving up? They could change the lyrics of a favourite song for example Paul McCartney's Frog Song and record the result. A fun and engaging way to teach tobacco issues to children.
Community support - Try working with different religious communities to support quitters. You could promote this year's theme to smokers from specific faith groups - a great opportunity to talk about the effects of tobacco on the body.