Help Oral Health America raise awareness about the dangers of spit tobacco!
Each year, anywhere from 10 to 16 million Americans put their health at risk by using spit tobacco products. Tobacco use is linked to cancers of the oral cavity, larynx, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, and pancreas. NSTEP® (National Spit Tobacco Education Program) aims to prevent people, especially young people, from starting to use smokeless (or spit) tobacco, and to help all users quit.
PARTICIPATE IN ORAL HEALTH AMERICA’S 2014 NSTEP® SLOGAN CONTEST!
All Little League® baseball and softball players up to the age of fourteen (14) that are on a roster for an affiliated Little League program in the United States for the 2014 season are eligible for the award.
Oral Health America will award the winner a paid trip for two (2) for one night including airfare, hotel accommodations and ground transportation to the Little League Baseball® World Series in South Williamsport, PA. (Please note: The World Series is held between August 14 and August 24, 2014. The winner must be able to travel during August 14 through August 18.)
The winner will receive a cash prize of five hundred dollars ($500) from OHA. The winner’s league will also receive five hundred dollars ($500) from Oral Health America.
THE CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED.