ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Some local high school students are looking to smash a bad habit, literally.
Its part of a campaign called "24-7," which is aimed at getting students away from tobacco24-7.
Students at Valley High School are letting other students take a few hits at a junker car in exchange for some education on the school's tobacco policy.
"I mean they seem to like it," a student said. "Hopefully this kind of gives the message out about what we're trying to do and about being tobacco free, fun while the do it."
In order to get a chance to hammer the old Volvo students had to fill out a survey on the school's tobacco policy.
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