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Dear Me New Hampshire

If you wrote a letter to yourself about quitting smoking, what would you say? We're inviting smokers across New Hampshire to do just that. And while every "Dear Me" letter is incredibly personal, each has the power to inspire us all.

Free nicotine replacement patches are available for those who qualify, while supplies last, from the NH Tobacco Helpline. 1-800-QUIT-NOW.

The campaign's call to action, "No one can make me quit, but me," was born out of conversations with NH residents wanting to quit smoking or using other tobacco products. The contest asks residents, "If you wrote a letter to yourself about quitting, what would it say?" Those who see or hear the statewide campaign will be encouraged to write a letter to themselves with their personal reasons to quit tobacco and have a chance to enter the contest by filming their own Dear Me video and posting it to YouTube.

Video submitters can compete to be in a Dear Me New Hampshire ad featuring their own personal story about wanting to quit tobacco.

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