Power 98 wants to help keep alcohol out of a promers hands!
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“We are currently gearing up for our Out of Their Hands Campaign across South Carolina-emphasizes that it is against the law for anyone under 21 to purchase, possess, or consume alcoholic beverages.
Chester County Activities:::
-Prom Promise Pledges for Parents
-OOTH Hotel Flyers and Letters to hotels
-Newspaper Ad/Article on OOTH
-Collaboration with ECHO Coalition on a Prom Season Campaign for 2018 OOTH Blitz
-Distribution of Prom Cards to all Tuxedo and Prom Dress Shops to students who purchase tux and prom dresses”
Their website has:
“49% of Chester Seniors have reported using alcohol in their lifetime. Even more startling is that 12% of those students have reported riding in a car with an intoxicated person within the past MONTH.
Through compliance checks, saturation patrols, merchant education classes, and social media campaigns, The ECHO DUI Task Force is committed to fighting the underage drinking problem in Chester County."
Click here to visit their website for more information.
Don’t try to be the cool parent and rent hotel rooms for prom goers because alcohol could come to your party. The prom is expensive but a DUI is more expensive.
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