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Craig Nabat Former Smoker supports Great America Smokeout day and declares his Commitment to Persuading Simon Cowell and other Celebrities to Quit Smoking
Date:11/21/2013

they are undoubtedly going to become a gateway to traditional smoking for thousands of young people in America. Nabat says, "Big Tobacco now owns Blu and Njoy E-Cigs, the top two most popular brands of E-Cigarettes on the market, and their current advertising messages are going to obviously convince teens that E-Cigs are cool and something fun to do when spending time with friends."

In the past Big Tobacco used product placement in movies to influence our youth to smoke. In Superman II, there was a classic fight scene in which Superman and the bad guys threw a Marlboro truck back and forth across a busy street. This truck was produced solely for the movie and existed nowhere else. Philip Morris also made certain the lead actress playing Lois Lane played by Margot Kidder was seen smoking Marlboro cigarettes in the film. Superman II was produced and marketed to a young audience and Big Tobacco capitalized on that.

E-Cigarette advertisements are currently being positioned as a safer alterative to smoking and a way for smokers taking back their freedom since smoking is now being banned in many public places across the United States. On the Late Show with David Letterman actress Katherine Heigl admitted to being addicted to electronic cigarettes and even declared, "E-Cigs are not bad for you." National exposure like this will only hook teens on nicotine and keep many existing smokers who may have quit to remain addicted due to this modern nicotine delivery device.

If you follow history Big Tobacco will pay to have their product, E-Cigarettes to appear in new movies, which will entice our teens to begin using E-Cigs. "Johnny Depp was seen smoking an electronic cigarette in the movie The Tourist and Depp uses an e-cigarette on a train, and when questioned about why he is smoking in a “no smoking” area, he replies that he isn't smoking at all and that e-cigarettes are exempt from the public smoking ban. "This sure s
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