Alcohol advertising is everywhere. It's in sports arenas (sometimes the name of a stadium contains an alcohol reference), on our television sets, and we hear it over the radio. Alcohol is advertised in magazines, on billboards, and on the internet.
The advertising of alcohol can cause polar reactions, ranging from those who support company rights to market their legal product to those who would like to see restrictions or even bans on such advertising. Wherever you stand on the issue, this week's chat is designed simply to get people thinking about how pervasive alcohol advertising is in our lives.
We hope you will add your voice to the conversation.
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In teaching others we teach ourselves. - Traditional proverb
Q2) Where/when do you see the most alcohol ads? #OptionsSaveLives
Q3) How do alcohol commercials influence your purchasing habits? #OptionsSaveLives
Q4) How do alcohol commercials that say “drink responsibly” show what that means? #OptionsSaveLives
Q5) Should alcohol advertising be restricted? Why or why not? #OptionsSaveLives
Q6) Do you feel alcohol ads at sporting events encourage youth to drink? #OptionsSaveLives
Q7) How much does alcohol advertising add to a culture of drinking? #OptionsSaveLives
Q8) What advice would you give to someone who is triggered by alcohol ads? #OptionsSaveLives
Q9) Should alcohol advertisers be required to run ads about the risks of excess drinking? #OptionsSaveLives
Q10) In an ideal world, alcohol advertising _______. #OptionsSaveLives