Alcohol abuse is the dependency of alcohol related products and inability to control consumption. The highest rate of alcohol abuse currently exists in Wisconsin. The average person consumes 152 ounces of alcohol each year. To raise awareness of the negative effects of alcoholism, the following anti-alcohol slogans will inspire those who want to quit. Some of these are currently used within the AA program which aims to assist alcoholics with their disease. Others are popular slogans used by others during their awareness campaigns.
A designated driver helps you party another day.
A tree never hits an automobile except in self-defense.
Alcoholism is an equal opportunity destroyer.
Allow life to thrive, don’t drink and drive.
Arrive alive, Don’t drink and drive.
Buzzed driving is drunk driving.
Change is a process, not an event.
Courage to change.
Don’t be dumb, don’t drink rum.
Don’t drink and drive, and you’ll stay alive.
Don’t drown your future with alcohol.
Don’t quit 5 minutes before the miracle happens.
Drinking alcohol as a teen should not be seen.
Drinking and driving is a gamble that you just can’t win.
Drinking and Driving: a Grave Mistake.
Drive Hammered. Get Slammered.
Driving hammered will get you nailed.
Drunk driving is a killer disease.
Easy does it, but do it.
First things first.
Friends don’t let friends drive drunk.
Keep the plug in the jug.
Less drinking, More thinking.
Live and let live.
Once attention lost, Accident comes across.
One day at a time.
One drink is too many and thousand not enough.
Principles before Personalities.
Rethink your third drink.
Sober driving today. Alive tomorrow.
Stay Alive, don’t drink and drive.
Stay sober for yourself.
The designated driver … a friend for life!
The driver is safer when the roads are dry; the roads are safer when the driver is dry.
Think before you drink.
To stay out of the slammer, don’t get hammered.
Under the influence, under arrest.
When alcohol takes over.. You just can’t think Straight!
Willingness is the key.
You booze, you cruise, you lose.
You booze, you lose.
You can hand over your keys or your life. Make the right choice.
You’re no punk so don’t drive drunk.
Drinking isn’t cool. It makes you act like a fool.
The following infographic outlines statistics of alcoholism and its effects. In the United States alone, 15 million people are currently impacted by alcoholism.