Thousands of kids across the country are getting ready to participate in "Kick Butts Day." It's a time when young people get an opportunity to tell big tobacco companies to butt out of their lives!
Fox News reports this year "Kick Butts Day" is scheduled for March 20. There over 1,200 events registered across the country. From flash mobs to zombie marches, kids are standing up against tobacco companies to say they don't want to be their targets.
If you are looking for a location near you or more information go to tobaccofreekids.org or kickbuttsday.org.
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