HELP KEEP TEENS

ALCOHOL FREE

By using We Don't Serve Teens materials, communities can come together and take action to help delay and even prevent underage drinking, and at the very least, delay the onset of drinking underage.

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Show your support for the We Don't Serve Teens campaign.

Display these materials within your shop windows, on your cold case storage units, at your point-of-sale, on your shipment boxes, and in your tasting rooms. We can also work with you to wrap your delivery trucks, set up a bus shelter or billboard, or complete any other ideas that will resonate with your community.

We encourage you to display the We Don't Serve Teens items.

Display these within your shop windows, on your cold case storage units, at your point-of-sale, on your shipment boxes, and in your tasting rooms. We are also happy to work with you to wrap your delivery trucks, set up a bus shelter or billboard, or complete any other out-of-the-box ideas.

NEW DATA

on
UNDERAGE DRINKERS

Underage drinking levels have reached historic lows.

According to the 2021 Monitoring the Future (MTF) survey, fewer American teens reported consuming alcohol underage than ever before, decreasing significantly among 8th, 10th, and 12th graders.

HISTORY OF

WeDontServeTeens

We Don’t Serve Teens is a nationwide campaign dedicated to preventing the access of alcohol to those below the legal drinking age. For a full list of partners, click below.

  • 80%

    Most Americans (80%) think the best way to deter selling  alcohol to underaged consumers is to check ID. They also believe that communities can help by including their commitment to not supplying alcohol to those under the legal drinking age in the following ways:

    • At a cash register/check-out (53%)
    • Signs on the entrance door of the store/bar (44%)
    • Signs on the wall of the store/bar (36%), websites when placing orders (35%)
    • Signs on glass refrigerator doors where cold beverages are sold (30%).

     

    (Source: Responsibility.org, Online CARAVAN® survey, 2022 )

  • 78%

    Nearly four in five Americans (78%) say it is easy for a person under the age of 21 to get alcohol if they wanted some, including 25% who believe it is “very easy” and 53% who view it as “fairly easy”.

     

    (Source: Responsibility.org, Online CARAVAN® survey, 2022 )

  • 85%

    85% of Americans think people under the age of 21 obtain their alcohol from someone else as opposed to buying it themselves, with 63% indicating that they take it from parents’ homes without permission.

     

    (Source: Responsibility.org, Online CARAVAN® survey, 2022 )

  • 4/5

    Four in five parents (80%) think teens seek out alcohol due to peer pressure/to fit in, and 70% attribute it to curiosity.

     

    (Source: Responsibility.org, Online CARAVAN® survey, 2022 )

  • 1/4

    One in four parents (26%) say they have not talked about the dangers of drinking alcohol with their children in the past year.

     

    (Source: Responsibility.org, Online CARAVAN® survey, 2022 )

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