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Free No Smoking Poster Templates For The World No Tobacco Day

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From the looks of it, the cool, sexy and manly vibe personified in various cigarette print and TV ads has driven the fondness for cigarette and tobacco smoking worldwide. Not bad for an industry that spends around $6 billion a year for promotions and marketing. Consequently, anti-smoking campaigns have been launched to disseminate the ill effects of smoking. The health risks is now common knowledge in the mainstream but many smokers disregard the perils as smoking is a habit very much rooted in their lifestyles. So in time for the World No Tobacco Day on May 31, let us join health advocates in promoting a smoke free society.


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Presented in this post are No Smoking Poster templatesyou can print on your home computer and post at home, in school bulletin boards or even at the office in support of World No Tobacco Day initiatives.

No Smoking Poster Templates:

Poster A: Smoking reduces weight… one lung at a time.

Poster B: NO SMOKING AREA. Thank you for not giving us cancer.

Poster C:  Smoking Kills

Printing the Poster – Materials

Recommended Paper

Kodak Water-Resistant Self-Adhesive Poly Poster Paper, 36″ x 100 ft, White – Poly poster paper is ideal for durable, rich-color displays in high-traffic locations. Tear-resistant with a low-glare matte finish.

Recommended Printer

For this project, a large format printer such as the Epson Stylus Pro 3800 is required. The large format inkjet can handle media sizes of 4×6 to 17×22 inches dimensions and up to 1.5 mm thick. For you poster printing supplies, compatible ink cartridges are available at Toner Refill Store.

Printing the Poster – Materials

1. Choose any of the No Smoking Poster templates.

2. Save the template to your computer.

3. Cut the Kodak Poster Paper into 16×20 inches.

4. Use the front feed of your Epson Stylus Pro 3800 large format printer. Pull down the front tray. Place in the tray the Kodak Poster Paper, printable side up.

5. Print the poster accordingly.

6. Allow it to dry. Reinforce the poster media by lamination.

Smoking is a risk factor for lung cancer and other cancers originating in the esophagus, larynx, mouth and throat, among others. Cancer accounts for at least 20% of recorded mortality rates. Moreover, the habit not only harms the smoker but also those exposed to second hand smoke. So now, more than ever, there is a need to encourage smokers to quit the habit and likewise educate the young ones regarding the health risks so they too don’t end up addicted to nicotine later on in life. This World No Tobacco Day, let’s help spread the word by way of No Smoking posters.

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