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What Happens When You Call the QuitLine? (Health) :30

A smart, upbeat female announcer details the immediate and long-range health benefits of quitting smoking. Convincing. Short. Empowering.


Quit Before It’s Too Late :60

A Lakota grandmother tells pregnant moms how deadly smoking can be to their unborn child. Gentle. Serious. Wisdom.


QuitLine Counselor :60

Up close and personal advice from a female Lakota QuitLine counselor. She shares her own tobacco addiction story and promises sincere, confidential support in addition to a sure-fire way to overcome nicotine addiction


Carli :60

A young Lakota mother tells how her grandmother quit smoking to honor and protect her new great-granddaughter. Classic storytelling format; wise, with a touch of humor.


Toxic Trivia :60

Styled like a TV game show, the longer the contestants play, the more obvious the answers become. Funny. Educational. A little nuts.


Think You’re Free? :30

A young, dual-gender announcer duo lays out the argument that there’s no such thing as freedom when you’re caught in Big Tobacco’s addiction trap. Short. Smart. Hard hitting.


Team :60

A young Lakota athlete tells us how much stronger and more powerful he and his team members are when they avoid commercial tobacco use. And how important it is for his people to work together to win the fight against Big Tobacco addiction.


Quit Before It’s Too Late :30

A Lakota grandmother tells pregnant moms how deadly smoking can be to their unborn child. Gentle. Serious. Wisdom.


Miracle :60

A Lakota dad tells the story of the day he and his son found the power neither of them knew they had. It’s a great lesson on how love and family can overcome seemingly impossible adversity.


Find Your Power – Male :60

A male Lakota announcer delivers the essential Find Your Power brand’s pledge and promise. Strong, serious tone.


Find Your Power – Female :60

A female Lakota announcer delivers the essential Find Your Power brand’s pledge and promise. Strong, serious tone.


Dr. Art :30

A smooth, friendly announcer runs the numbers on how many South Dakota smokers actually want to quit but can’t, and why doctors recommend the QuitLine as the best way to help. She spells out the QuitLine number loud and clear.


Ultrasound :30

A pregnant mom gets sound advice from a surprise source during an ultrasound exam.


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