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re·spon·si·ble
drink·ing

re·spon·si·ble drink·ing

(noun)

1. Knowing your alcohol limits and sticking to them. Not just legal limits - but personal limits too.
2. Having control over how much alcohol you drink to protect yourself and those around you.

48

Minutes

In the U.S., someone dies every 48 minutes from a drunk driving car accident.

45

Minutes of running

The amount of time a 130 lb. person would need to run to burn off 3 glasses of red wine OR 375 calories.

3rd

Most Preventable
Death

Alcohol is the 3rd most common preventable cause of death in the U.S.

Learn About Your
Drinking Habits

Take five minutes to check in on your drinking habits and commit to drinking responsibly – for yourself, your future and your loved ones.

Service-Specific Alcohol Policies

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