Thursday, January 19, 2012

Morgan Peer Advocates Launch Sticker Shock Campaign

Clinton Patch (Clinton, CT) December 14, 2012

"Is every adult aware of the fact that it is illegal to serve alcohol to kids under the age of 21 or to buy it for them?
That's what The Morgan School Peer Advocates group wants to insure.
Peer Advocates along with Mother's Against Drunk Drivers (MADD) has launched a sticker shock project targeting adults in the area. The stickers are designed to be placed on multi-packs of alcoholic beverages (beer, wine coolers, etc.) at retail liquor stores.
The purpose of Sticker Shock is to raise public awareness among adults in the community said Andrea Kaye, Peer Advocate co-facilitator and program coordinator at Clinton Youth & Family Service Bureau." Read More

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