By The Nation
The event at Central Silom Complex included company representatives encouraging the public to quit smoking and offering tools to help make the transition easier.
Pharmacists and celebrities were also on hand to share their experiences and offer advice and encouragement.
The campaign, launched in 2017 with support from Boots Retail (Thailand) Limited, has already been successful in encouraging smokers to seek information, support and professional advice to quit smoking and maintain a smoke-free lifestyle.
Now in its second year, new initiatives and tools to encourage more smokers to quit include helpful handbooks, various stop-smoking tools and consultations offered by pharmacists and specialists at 281 Boots stores nationwide.