Students Against Nicotine, Inc.
We can stop this. This is what we will do with the money: Targeted PSAs, youth talks across the country and re-vamping of health curriculum.
In 2010, Big Tobacco made $35,100,000,000, equal to the combined profits of Coca-Cola, Microsoft, and McDonald's in the same year.
Like it or not, money is the main reason why nicotine addiction still exists in America. These companies have a long history of developing and marketing flavored tobacco products as “starter” products that attract kids.
From 2011 to 2015, current use of e-cigarettes among high school students increased more than tenfold – from 1.5 percent to 16 percent – according to the National Youth Tobacco Survey.
This is our chance. Let's seize it.