Popular Frenchmen St Music Club to Ban Smoking
Posted on Dec 27, 2010 in Legislation, Local Issues
d.b.a, one of the most prominent Frenchmen St music clubs in New Orleans has announced that starting January 3rd of the new year, smoking will not be allowed inside.
d.b.a will join notable New Orleans music venues such as Tipitina’s and Republic in its adoption of a smoking ban. Management states that the move will represent a positive change for employees and performers at the venue who traditionally had to tolerate considerable amounts of second-hand smoke whether or not they themselves were smokers.
Indoor smoking bans are becoming prominent across the United States as concern for the health of employees and patrons as well as awareness of the danger of smoking increase.
Smoking bans in New Orleans are expected to be received without much resistance as long as the city maintains its long tradition of allowing open containers of alcohol on the streets.
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