Category Archives: Blackout Wednesday

What Is the Biggest Drinking Day in the US?

inno-admin/ November 15, 2018/ Alcohol Misuse & Abuse, biggest drinking day, Blackout Wednesday, Drunk & Impaired Driving, holiday drinking, Thanksgiving/ 0 comments

What Is the Biggest Drinking Day in the US? The day before Thanksgiving—known as Blackout Wednesday—is the biggest drinking day of the year in many areas of the United States. But why has this hump-day holiday become the most popular day to binge drink? With much of the workforce being off for a long weekend, people may feel inclined to drink without

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Infographic: Drinking and DUIs During the Thanksgiving Holiday

inno-admin/ November 15, 2018/ Blackout Wednesday, Drunk & Impaired Driving, drunk driving, dui, holiday, Making a Difference, Thanksgiving/ 0 comments

Infographic: Drinking and DUIs During the Thanksgiving Holiday Thanksgiving is a time for family, friends, football, and of course, food, but alcohol can often take center stage. Over the past five years, more than 800 people died in alcohol-involved crashes during the Thanksgiving holiday period. And, with over 45 million Americans planning to take a Turkey Day road trip this year,

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Infographic: Drinking and DUIs During the Holidays

inno-admin/ November 13, 2017/ alcohol misuse, alcohol-fueled offenses, Blackout Wednesday, college drinking, Drunk & Impaired Driving, drunk driving, holiday drunk driving, impaired driving, Societal Costs, underage drinking/ 0 comments

Infographic: Drinking and DUIs During the Holidays The holidays are a season of traditions, many of which include family and friends, large meals, and fun parties. But there are some unwelcomed traditions that accompany this season as well—mainly binge drinking, drunk driving, and alcohol-related traffic deaths. It’s a sad fact that the holidays—Blackout Wednesday (Thanksgiving Eve) to New Year’s Day—are

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