The Tobacco Product Advertising Standards Authority has launched an advertising campaign that asks smokers to make a pledge of quit.
The campaign is aimed at reducing tobacco use by giving smokers a clear way to stop smoking and will be launched on Wednesday.
The agency said it wanted to reach the next generation of smokers, particularly those who have never smoked before.
Tobacco products are sold in packs of 20 cigarettes and they are widely used in countries including Australia, the United States and the United Kingdom.
Tobacco is also popular in some parts of Africa, Latin America and parts of Asia, where it is also banned.
It is used to make cigarettes, cigars and pipes, but is also commonly sold in chewing gum and other electronic devices.
The Tobacco Products Advertising Standards Agency is the independent body that makes the rules for tobacco advertising.
The TPAASAA said it was not surprised that tobacco was gaining popularity, given the fact that tobacco products are often used to provide a sense of control.
It said that the campaigns had been designed to get smokers to stop using cigarettes.
“Our advertising has always been targeted to the younger generation and we wanted to take advantage of that and reach that young generation,” TPAAs chief executive, Mark Condon, said.
“That’s why we’ve used tobacco products as part of the messaging.”
He said that many younger smokers were trying to quit and they were not getting the messages that they wanted to hear.
The campaigns aim to target smokers aged 18-34, who are already trying to break the cycle of smoking. “
We want to get them back to smoking,” he said.
The campaigns aim to target smokers aged 18-34, who are already trying to break the cycle of smoking.
The aim is to get young people into the habit of quitting.