Crain's New York Business.com (New York, NY) November 30, 2010
"Two drinks can be the difference between getting home safely at the end of the night and being unable to leave the subway. At least that's the warning the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene is pushing in a series of new advertisements about excessive drinking.
During this holiday season, the city will run the ad campaign in the subways to offer a 'reality check' to New Yorkers about the dangers of excessive drinking during a time of the year when alcohol consumption increases. One version of the ad shows a woman dressed for a night out and slumped on the stairs with the warning, 'Two drinks ago you could still get yourself home.'" Read More