Advertise on lllofwa.org
Become a supporter of La Leche League of Washington and advertise your business on lllofwa.org. We offer three advertising levels.
To become an advertiser or to learn more about the program, please contact Betsy Hoffmeister.
Cost: $25.00 to $100.00
- Business name and live link to your site under Supporters of LLL of Washington on www.lllofwa.org
Cost: $125.00 to $250.00
- Business name and live link to your site with 200 character statement about your business under Supporters of LLL of Washington on www.lllofwa.org
Cost: $275.00 to $500.00
- Business live logo and summary about business under Supporters of LLL of WA on www.lllofwa.org
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
La Leche League of Washington reserves the right to refuse any exhibitor, product, flyer or advertisement. All exhibitors and advertisers must agree to comply with the World Health Organization Code regarding marketing of breastmilk substitutes. Visit the ibfan.org website for more details. In this document there are ten important provisions:
- NO advertising to the public of any infant formulas, follow-up formulas, any other foods or drinks marketed for infants under the age of 6 months, feeding bottles, and pacifiers.
- NO free formula samples to mothers.
- NO promotion of such products in health care facilities, including distribution of free or lowcost supplies or gift-packs.
- NO company sales representatives to advise mothers.
- NO gifts or personal samples to health workers.
- Information about infant feeding provided to health workers should be scientific and factual.
- ALL information on artificial infant feeding, including that on labels, should explain the benefits of breastfeeding and the costs and hazards associated with artificial feeding.
- Unsuitable products, such as sweetened condensed milk, should not be promoted for babies.
- Manufacturers and distributors should comply with the Code's provisions even if countries have not adopted laws or other measures (Innocenti Declaration on the Protection, Promotion, and Support of Breastfeeding.)
The Innocenti Declaration was produced and adopted by participants at the WHO/UNICEF policymakers' meeting on "Breastfeeding in the 1990s: A Global Initiative," co-sponsored by the United States Agency for International Development and the Swedish International Development Authority.