new site was more than a teaser, however. It contained a hefty set
of resources for use by supporters in the effort to decrease tobacco
use. These resources included hard-hitting fact sheets that were
also available as printable Acrobat files, instructions for organizing
a local efforts, writing letters to an editor, getting press coverage
for local efforts, creating press releases, testifying at public
hearings, and communicating with elected officials.
The site also
gaive detailed contact information for local and state offices of
the Georgia Tobacco Use Prevention Section. The site and the organization
were disbanded when they were succesful; Georgia banned smoking
in restaurants and in bars that also serve food.