Riot Rehab bus arrives at Glastonbury Festival to help people quit smoking

Glastonbury hosted a Riot Rehab bus to hit smokers in the thick of the action and provide a one-stop location for tips on quitting cigs to help ambitious plans to make the UK smoke-free by 2030

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Glastonbury: A Glimpse of the Riot Rehab Bus

Glastonbury fans wishing to quit smoking were offered the help of a unique Riot Rehab bus as it arrived at the iconic music festival.

The festival’s somewhat unlikely hookup saw the e-cigarette producer pull out Riot Labs, driving his double-decker ‘tour bus’ right into the thick of the action.

The festival has become the largest outdoor green space festival in the world, attracting over 200,000 festival-goers looking to let off steam and enjoy the stars of global music.

Visitors could get their hands on Riot Labs products, including a range of e-liquids and their latest disposable e-cigarette – Riot Bar – and talk to Riot Labs-trained quit smoking professionals about the plan. quitting smoking in 4 steps from RIOT.







The eye-catching Riot Rehab bus that frequents Glastonbury
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Ben Johnson, Founder and CEO of Riot Labs, said, “The days of boring quit smoking campaigns are over. We wanted to create the Riot Rehab Bus and send it right into the action, into festivals, where smokers are surrounded by the sort of triggers that get you fired up.

“The Riot Rehab bus has had a huge reaction as the festivals we’ve parked at so far this summer, and that doesn’t get much bigger than arriving in Glastonbury this weekend where we expect to help thousands of people to start their journey to quit smoking.”







The festival attracts 200,000 visitors to Worthy Farm, Somerset
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Just last week the government published plans to make the UK smoke-free by 2030, and e-cigarettes have received backing from the NHS as an important tool to help people quit smoking. to smoke.

The Riot Rehab Bus has already hit the road on its summer festival circuit – as a vital part of helping to make the UK smoke-free.

The Riot Rehab Bus has appeared at Cambridge Club, Strawberries & Creem – and after signing at Glasto next week, it will park at Henley Regatta.







UK government plans to make the country smoke-free by 2030
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And to help those struggling, Riot Lab came up with this acronym with advice to follow:

1. “R” – Tear up the rulebook

Do not be afraid and forget everything you have ever heard about quitting smoking. Go at your own pace and on your own terms.

2. “I” – Identify your triggers.

What makes you want to smoke a cigarette? Be brave and face your triggers. If you can cross them without smoking, you can cross anything

3. “O” – Smoke only if you need to.

Reduce your cigarette consumption and use your Riot Bar whenever you cannot smoke. Without you realizing it, your cigarette smoking will dwindle to next to nothing – or better yet, stop altogether.

4. “T” – The rest is easy.

Once you’ve managed to deal with your triggers without smoking and cut back on your cigarette intake, you’ll find the rest is easy. It’s not over at all, but the worst is over and you’re well on your way to quitting smoking. Go celebrate, treat yourself, try something new, or do something you’ve never done before.

To mark Riot Labs’ appearance at Glasto, the producer is also offering 30% off their heroic disposable e-cigarette – Riot Bar. You can use the discount code GLASTO on rioteliquid.com

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