Give the Gift of a Designated Driver

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The holidays bring times of joy and celebration—but they’re also some of the most dangerous times on the road due to the increased number of alcohol-impaired drivers. Keep your reasons to celebrate the season by planning ahead for a safe ride home. Help your family and friends make it home for the holidays by serving as a designated driver.
I pledge to serve as a DD because:

But wait there's more!

Looking for the perfect holiday gift for that special someone? Click here for a printable PDF of the Give the Gift of a Designated Driver card.

The Pier Pressure mobile app has additional tools to help you keep what you've earned, including designated driver tips. Download it today on the App Store and Google Play, and encourage your shipmates to do the same so that they can keep track of their blood alcohol content and more. 

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