Super Bowl Fans Don't Let Super Bowl Fans Drink and Drive

TORONTO, Feb. 5, 2016 /CNW/ - With the entire city buzzing over the Super Bowl this weekend and many picking up adult beverages on Saturday, arrive alive DRIVE SOBER is hosting  its own #SB50 pre-parties at two The Beer Store locations.

Arrive alive DRIVE SOBER's "pre-parties" will encourage The Beer Store customers to plan a safe ride home for themselves and their guests; arrive alive DRIVE SOBER will use home-hosting kits, quizzes and giveaways to share their message. On Saturday from 10:30am until 2:30pm volunteers will interact with customers at two The Beer Store locations including the Stockyard Beer Store (2153 St. Clair Ave West) and the Leaside Village Beer Store (89 Laird Drive).

A final note from arrive alive DRIVE SOBER  Executive Director Anne Leonard "Don't get sidelined Monday morning –if you drink a lot and stay up late, you can still be over the limit the next day".

Arrive alive DRIVE SOBER is a registered charity (registered as Ontario Community Council on Impaired Driving) #88075 5939 RR0001 operating since 1989. We host the arrive alive DRIVE SOBER campaign. We do not telemarket, we do not use professional fundraisers.


For further information: Anne Leonard, 416-485-4411

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