Students completed a total of 77 store assessments at tobacco retailers throughout Douglas, Johnson, Jackson, and Wyandotte counties as well as in the town of Holcomb in Finney County. Resist chapters focused on assessing retailers that were located near their schools or were visited regularly by them and their peers. Most of these retailers were convenience stores, and close to 70% of the stores featured exterior tobacco advertisements. Youth also observed many stores selling flavored tobacco products, including menthol cigarettes, e-cigarettes, smokeless tobacco, and oral nicotine products. In reflecting on their experience, students were struck by the large displays for e-cigarettes with bright colors available in flavors ranging from fruit and candy to herbs and spices. Sometimes these displays were only a few feet off the ground – right at eye level for kids – or located near other products that youth might be looking for, like candy or toys. E-cigarettes are the most commonly used tobacco product among youth, and in addition to targeted marketing, flavors are a key driver of youth e-cigarette use. Almost 80% of the stores students assessed sold cigarillos or little cigars for less than $1 – inexpensive enough that price-sensitive groups like youth may find these products more appealing.