They also recently unveiled their new advert.
Our new ad! Team photo too! Remember we're the only specialist service in town, local knowledge, expert team! pic.twitter.com/H3zvPYlU63
— BlackpoolStopSmoking (@BplStopSmoking) July 17, 2014
Or, in other words, "don't use a nicotine inhaler you bought yourself without salaried help ...use one which we are paid by the state to give you for free!".
But, err, haven't they nicked the idea from somewhere?
Well, yes they have, but I'm sure Johnson & Johnson - makers of Nicorette - are no doubt right now compiling cease and desist letters aimed at Blackpool SSS for their blatant plagiarism, eh?
Interestingly, the Amazon page advertising this product offers some usage advice.
Directions: For adults and children 12 years and over.So with all the 'glitzy' packaging, pretty colours and nice minty flavours which kids love, how better for Blackpool SSS to advertise their services than with cuddly toys and bouncy castles, eh?
Because nicotine isn't dangerous and needn't be hidden away from kids if the state is paying Big Pharma for it.