With graduation season around the corner, it’s time to talk with our teenagers about making smart choices, including how to deal with peer pressure to drink underage. We can have a big impact on our children’s decisions about drinking – in fact studies show parents are still the number one influence on their teenagers’ decisions about alcohol. It all starts with conversations and building relationships of trust.
To help start – or continue – these important conversations, Silver Eagle Distributors would like to remind parents about the Family Talk About Drinking program, a free parent guide designed to encourage open and honest communication between parents and their children. Programs like this one, paired with education and effective law enforcement, are essential to preventing underage drinking.
Below is a list of all the Family Talk About Drinking online resources you can find on your channel of choice:
Remember, it’s our collective responsibility to help prevent underage drinking and parents have one of the most important roles of all.
John L. Nau, III
Chairman & CEO
Silver Eagle Distributors, L.P.
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What?! I can’t believe that the Pizza Hut on W. 18th is closed. It had the designation of being the last sit down Pizza Hut in the universe, and the city should have taken action to save it. I remember the good old days of going to a Pizza Hut and getting a red and white checked tablecloth and a pitcher of beer and playing Space Invaders. Of course, the quality of their pizza has gone down since that time.