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"My commendations on having such a responsive
- Pat F.
The Center for Disease Control (CDC) shows that a smoker costs $3,391 more each
year than a non-smoker… most of that expense borne by employers. Additionally,
you pay for lower productivity, excess time away on smoke breaks, and higher
family healthcare costs. Until recently, your options were low success and high
cost. Few methods achieve more than single-digit quit rates in real-world use.
Now you can get high Return on Investment.
SmokeSignals offers low-entry costs and recommends
cost-sharing models with employees for this powerful, habit-breaking technique.
Many Fortune 500 companies find SmokeSignals ideal for their smoking cessation
We help enroll, providing a manager to help sign-up and educate your smokers
with an order of 24 or more devices.
We provide promo materials, including tabletop flyers, posters, and brochures
–all well-tested to motivate employees to sign up.
We train your staff -- not only in how to help smokers use the device but also
how to read and report back on your smokers’ progress.
We share our knowledge and help you be successful.
Through dozens of worksite installations, our staff knows more about how to make
your quit-smoking campaign a huge success. Here’s how to learn more:
ONE-TIME INTRODUCTORY OFFER:
to employers purchasing 12+ devices. You receive a FREE reactivation to the
second user for each device. Devices can be recycled many times, and subsequent
reactivations are only $79. That’s the lowest cost we know for the highest
effective smoking cessation programs. You can track the group’s progress online
anytime. Click to learn more.
Help your employees
keep their New Year's
Click to see how.
more employees enroll
this summer using
SmokeSignals than last
year with other methods.
Click to learn how.