Hawaii News Now Partners with Hawaii Tobacco Quitline for 10 PM News Takeover

Honolulu – November 14th, 2014 – Hawaii News Now (HNN) has partnered with the Hawaii Tobacco Quitline to promote the Great American Smokeout (GASO) with a complete takeover of Hawaii News Now at 10:00, broadcast on KGMB and KHNL, on November 19, 2014. The takeover is on the eve of GASO and will broadcast extended real stories of ex-smokers who succeeded with the help of the Hawaii Tobacco Quitline.
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The Hawaii Tobacco Quitline Launches New Campaign for New Years

HONOLULU, HAWAII – December 30, 2013 – The Hawaii Tobacco Quitline is gearing up with a new campaign to help residents of Hawaii quit smoking for good as part of their New Year’s Resolutions. Every New Year’s Eve, thousands of people across Hawaii promise to better themselves in the coming year, vowing to give up bad habits in exchange for a healthier lifestyle. For many, this has traditionally been a time to think about their smoking habit, but new smoking bans may encourage people to quit sooner rather than later.
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The Great American Smokeout Hits Hawaii Encouraging Smokers to Quit!

HONOLULU, HAWAII – November 17, 2013 – Several community organizations throughout the islands are celebrating the American Cancer Society’s 38th annual Great American Smokeout with events in November to encourage smokers to quit smoking for good.  Held on November 21, 2013, the Great American Smokeout is an annual nationwide event created to encourage smokers to set a quit date for smoking.
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The Hawaii Tobacco Quitline Announces New Online Coaching Service

HONOLULU, HAWAII – October 24, 2013 – The Hawaii Tobacco Quitline announces their new online Coaching service. This service provides experienced web-based Quit Coaches® and free nicotine patches and gum to help curb cravings. In addition, they provide interactive lessons, exercises and tracking tools, online discussion forums with Quit Coaches and others trying to quit, plus encouraging and educational emails and texts.
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