NEW 2012 Yearly TRL Calendar Template
Based on our 2011 Needs Assessment, 43% of respondents indicated a need for Tobacco Retail License (TRL) materials and even specifically requested calendars that were in different languages.
We have created a 2012 Yearly TRL Calendar template just for you! There are two versions: vertical and horizontal layout. You can tailor these calendars to fit the needs of your project. You can change the colors, fonts, language, and imagery.
Click here to download the publisher file. When you download the file, it will look like this:
Here are examples of how the template may look like after you add imagery:
If you are unsure of how to use these templates or how insert an image, please watch our “How-to” video.
In order to open file, put your cursor over the link and right click. A menu should show up. Select, "Save link as" and you will be able to download and save the file.
TRLYearly 2012 Calendar Horizontal Template
TRL Yearly 2012 Calendar Vertical Template
Eat, Breathe, Play... Template
Download this template to promote smoke-free outdoors in your local community.
Click here for the publisher file: Eat Breathe Play Template (publisher file).
In order to save and open file, put your cursor over the link and right click. A menu should show up. Select, "Save link as" and you will be able to download and save the file.
These templates can be used in whatever way you would like; however, here is a sample of how TEAM Lab would use this template. This version shows TEAM Lab's contact information.
This version has TEAM Lab's QR code. Once you scan this QR code with your smart phone, you will be directed to the TEAM Lab website.
For instructions to use this template, please watch this video: Eat, Breathe, Play Instructions.
For instructions regarding how to make a QR code, please watch this video: How to Create a QR Code
- Step 1: Defining Your Goals
- Step 2: Identifying Gaps
- Step 3: Knowing Your Audience
- Step 4: Getting the Message Across
- Step 5: Making Your Materials Accessible
- Step 6: Using Compelling and Appropriate Images
- Step 7: Creating Attractive, Readable Materials
- Step 8: Testing Your Materials
- Step 9: Printing Your Materials
- Step 10: Disseminating Your Materials
- Translation Services
- Additional Tipsheets and Useful Handouts
- Literature Reviews