Congresswoman Sue Myrick Brings Public Awareness Initiative to Moms and Daughters in Charlotte

Charlotte, NC —  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

Aug
23
2006

Congressman Vernon Ehlers and Groups Join The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility to Fight Underage Drinking

Grand Rapids, MI —  In advance of back to school season, Congressman Vernon Ehlers; MLCC Commissioner Judy Allen; Lieutenant Ralph Mason, Grand Rapids Police Department; and Rishi Makkar, Owner, International

Aug
28
2006

In Advance of Back to School Season Congressman George Radanovich and Groups Join The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility to Fight Underage Drinking

Modesto, CA —  In advance of back to school season, Congressman George Radanovich (R-19); Stockton District Administrator Leonard Bachman, California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control; and Assistant Chief Mike Harden, Modesto Police Department; joined Dana Fudurich of

Aug
31
2006

As Students Head Back to School State Senator Jennie Forehand Welcomes Brandon Silveria to Encourage Students to "Make the Right Choice" and to Prevent Drunk Driving and Underage Drinking

Rockville, MD —  State Senator Jennie Forehand in partnership with The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility today brought a life-saving lesson about the dangers of drunk driving and underage drinking to students at Rockville High

Sep
08
2006

As Students Head Back to School Attorney General Long Welcomes Brandon Silveria to Encourage Students to "Make the Right Choice" and to Prevent Drunk Driving and Underage Drinking

Hartford, SD —  Attorney General Larry Long in partnership with The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility today brought a life-saving lesson about the dangers of drunk driving and underage drinking to students at West Central High

Sep
14
2006

TWO-THIRDS OF TEENS HAVE MADE BAD DECISIONS LINKED TO UNDERAGE DRINKING; GIRLS MORE LIKELY TO SUFFER RELATED SOCIAL CONSEQUENCES

WASHINGTON, DC— Ninety-seven percent of American teen girls (ages 15-17) agree that underage drinking is not worth the adverse consequences it can cause.
Apr
09
2008

FAAR Unveils Campaign to Fight Underage Drinking in Asheville

Asheville, N.C. —  In advance of the winter holiday season, Charlie Worley, Chairman of Ashville Alcoholic Beverage Control Board; Curtis Canty, Asheville Alcoholic Beverage Control; and Mickey Ray, Chief of Ashville Alcoholic Beverage Control Law Enforcement; joined Erik

Rep. Martinson and FAAR Unveil Campaign to Fight Underage Drinking

Ridgeland, MS —  In advance of the winter holiday season, Representative Rita Martinson; Mark Hicks, Mississippi Office of Alcoholic Beverage Control; Brian Fischer, Charmer Sunbelt Group; Chief Jimmy Houston, Ridgeland Police Department; Toby Trowbridge, Madison County Sheriff; Joel Shows, Joe T's

Statement by Hon. Susan Molinari on the STOP Act

Washington, D.C. —  The STOP Act, a federal bill that provides for programs and activities aimed at preventing underage drinking was passed by the U.S. Congress with the support of The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility, a

FAAR Unveils Campaign to Fight Underage Drinking in Charlotte

Charlotte, N.C. —  In advance of the winter holiday season, John Chanon, Chairman of the Mecklenburg County Alcoholic Beverage Control Board; and Mary Ward, Mecklenburg County Alcoholic Beverage Control

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