The Congressional Stop DUI Caucus and The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility Bring Life Saving Message to the Hill

Washington, DC — To highlight the start of the holiday season, the Congressional Stop DUI Caucus teamed up with The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility today to encourage Members of Congress to bring a lifesaving message to high school students in their Congressional districts.
Nov
15
2005

East Texas Council of Governments Welcomes Brandon Silveria to Encourage Students to "Make the Right Choice" and to Prevent Drunk Driving and Underage Drinking

Tyler, TX — East Texas Council of Governments and The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility today brought a life-saving lesson about the dangers of drunk driving and underage drinking to students in Tyler.
Nov
17
2005

In Advance of the Holiday Season Groups Join the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility to Launch Campaign to Fight Underage Drinking

Grand Rapids, MI — In advance of the holiday season, Rick Perkins, Director of Enforcement, Michigan Liquor Control Commission; Cathy Pavick, Executive Director, Michigan Licensed Beverage Association (MLBA); Lt. Richard Nawrocki, Grand Rapids Police Department; Scott Smith, Henry A.
Nov
17
2005

Statement by Ralph Blackman, President and CEO, The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility

Washington, DC — A recent PIRE Public Services Research Institute news release linking a marked increase in alcohol-related car crashes among young people in New Zealand with that country’s decision six years ago to lower its minimum drinking age to 18 made a number of useful points in relating th
Nov
30
2005

Attorney General Patrick Lynch Launches Ask, Listen, Learn: Kids and Alcohol Don't Mix

Cranston, RI — Rhode Island Attorney General Patrick C. Lynch joined The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility to announce a statewide initiative to fight underage drinking in Rhode Island.
Dec
05
2005

New Survey Reveals Alarming Data on Moms, Daughters and Underage Drinking

Washington, DC — A new survey released today reveals that nearly half of all mothers think underage drinking is acceptable in different circumstances.
Dec
12
2005

Brandon Silveria Encourages Students to "Make the Right Choice" and to Prevent Drunk Driving and Underage Drinking

Reno, NV — The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility today brought a life-saving lesson about the dangers of drunk driving and underage drinking to students at Reed High School.
Jan
12
2006

Attorney General John Suthers Welcomes Brandon Silveria

Denver, CO — Attorney General John Suthers and The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility today brought a life-saving lesson about the dangers of drunk driving and underage drinking to students at John F. Kennedy High School.
Jan
23
2006

U.S. Congressman Dennis Cardoza Welcomes Brandon Silveria to Modesto High School for Underage Drinking Awareness Event

Modesto, CA — United States Congressman Dennis Cardoza (D-18) and The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility today brought a life-saving lesson about the dangers of drunk driving and underage drinking to students at Modesto High School.
Jan
24
2006

Arizona Secretary of State Jan Brewer Helps Bring New Public Awareness Initiative to Arizona's Moms and Daughters Girl Talk: Choices and Consequences of Underage Drinking

Phoenix, AZ — A recent survey commissioned by The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility, a national not-for-profit organization funded by America’s leading distilled spirits producers, revealed that nearly half of all mothers think underage drinking is acceptable under some circumstances
Jan
26
2006

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