Each year, high school students across the country look forward to the one night of the year where they get dressed up and dance the night away with their friends; and each year, some of those same students spend prom night drunk. Prom night is the deadliest night for teenagers.
According to The Partnership at Drugfree.org, and Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD), 70% of high school juniors and seniors expect their peers to drink and drive on prom night. Founder David Daggett, of Daggett Shuler Attorneys at Law, says his work as an attorney gave him firsthand knowledge of the life-shattering effects of underage alcohol use. He created the Safe Sober Prom Night as a way to reduce the number of alcohol-related teen tragedies. The program encourages students to take the pledge to remain safe and sober on prom night.
For 22 years, Safe Sober Prom Night has been using positive peer pressure to help high school students make smart choices on prom night. Take the pledge at www.safeandsober.com.
All students who take the pledge will receive 20% off shoes and accessories at www.GoldenAspProm.com with promo code SAFESOBER.