Young Adults in Canada Place High Level of Importance on Their Communities, See Designated Driving as Part of Building a Better Community, Keeping Friends Safe

Young Adults Believe Prevalence of Drunk Driving is on the Decline (26%) Rather than Rising (11%), Believe They’re Doing a Better Job than Parents of Using a Designated Driver (28%)

Thursday, November 13, 2014

Toronto, ON – Young adults in Canada place a high level of importance on their community, and see designated driving as a way of making their community a better place to live, according to an unprecedented national survey of 2,685 young adults under the age of 35 commissioned by Labatt Breweries of Canada. The survey – conducted...

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Young Adults in Canada Place High Level of Importance on Their Communities, See Designated Driving as Part of Building a Better Community, Keeping Friends Safe

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