Media Invitation - Unveiling of 2010 Woodstock and Tillsonburg Cigarette Butt
Study findings and Anti-Contraband Tobacco Campaign by Convenience Store

TORONTO, June 2 /CNW/ - Every day in Ontario two convenience stores close their doors. That's enough for the members of the Canadian Convenience Store Association to invite media to the Woodstock stop of a 25-city Ontario tour aimed at pressuring members of the Federal and Provincial governments to intensify the fight against contraband tobacco in their communities.

After seven years of alarming growth, Ontario and Quebec have the highest concentration of illicit tobacco manufacturing operations, the majority of the high-volume smuggling points and the largest number of consumers of contraband tobacco according to the RCMP (2009 Update Report).

At the news conference, findings from a recent Cigarette Butt Study conducted at Woodstock and Tillsonburg high schools will be unveiled as well as the CCSA's new campaign to decrease contraband activity.


    WHAT:  Convenience store owners' anti-tobacco smuggling tour and release
           of regional results from the new 2010 Cigarette Butt Study.

    WHEN:  Thursday, June 3 at 2 PM

    WHERE: JP Variety 1, 509 Ingersoll Avenue, Woodstock

    WHO:   Mr. Steve Tennant, Vice-President, Canadian Convenience Stores
           Convenience Store Retailers from the Woodstock area

SOURCE Canadian Convenience Stores Association (CCSA)

For further information: For further information: Dianna Eakins, Media Contact, Canadian Convenience Stores Association (CCSA), T. (905) 630-4208, E.

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