Did you know the U.S. Marine Corps was founded in a tavern in 1775? The Military is here to protect us and Think Twice is here to help protect those who serve from a DUI that could impact or possibly end a military service member’s career. Since the inception of the armed forces, alcohol related incidents have been a burden for service members and our mission is to give all those that serve an opportunity to have a good time and and get home safely.
Think Twice is currently sold at convenience stores, drug stores, grocery stores, and various other retail outlets associated with the sale of alcohol. If you are interested in a wholesale account please contact us at email@example.com and we will help get you started. A standard retail display box holds 24 Think Twice DUI Test units and is perfect for retail sales.
Think Twice can work with your Event Coordinator or Facility Management team to promote DUI prevention at the exits of all concerts, sporting events, festivals, or private celebrations. No matter the size of the crowd, we can help all attendees make more informed decisions and reduce the overall liability associated with serving alcohol at your event.
Studies show every year 1,800+ college students between the ages of 18 and 24 die from alcohol-related unintentional injuries, including motor-vehicle crashes. Think Twice works with academic institutions to help their students realize a DUI can also impact their career options. Think Twice can help by developing a program for your school that will prevent these unnecessary consequences before it is too late.
WHAT IS YOUR DUI RATE?
More than half the states have statutory provisions that allow restaurants, bars, and liquor stores to be held liable for serving alcohol to individuals who cause injuries or death as a result of their intoxication. Penalties for such cases can range into the hundreds of thousands of dollars and for this reason liquor liability insurance coverage is required. Rates are determined, in part, by the number of DUI charges attributed to a business, which is then reported to the Liquor Control Board.