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A fatal collision following a Thanksgiving party. A teen starts the new year in a wheelchair because of an alcohol-related crash. A repeat drunk driver kills three on Christmas Day.

This time of year brings celebrations, time with family, joy, and peace. Unfortunately, a dramatic increase in DUI offenses and alcohol-related highway deaths has also become a tradition of the season.

But it doesn’t have to be that way. Share this Holiday Drinking & DUI infographic to raise awareness and help Change the Trend. And visit the SCRAM Systems Holiday Resource Guide for more information on holiday drinking data and tips to support sobriety this season.

SCRAM Systems Sober Days for the Holidays

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Kathleen Brown

Kathleen Brown

Kathleen Brown has 20+ years of experience as a public relations and marketing communications professional, including 16 years working with media, lawmakers, special interests, and government agencies on the issues of drunk driving and other alcohol-related crime. Brown first joined AMS in 2001 as an independent consultant, working with the board of directors to build private equity for final R&D and product launch of the first generation of SCRAM. She joined the staff full-time in 2004. She has worked extensively with the news media as a topic expert for industry data and research studies, community corrections, monitoring technologies, drunk driving, alcohol misuse, and the judicial system. She is currently director of Marketing & Public Relations for AMS.


  1. That first statistic is so sad. 58% of alcohol related deaths happen over the new years holiday. One of those drunk drivers was me for many years and I feel truly blessed to be alive and well today. This is powerful information, I only wish that information was enough to scare most of these people from drinking and driving over the holidays.

  2. Hello,

    I would like to use your infographic in our Johnny Boards but I would have to reduce it to fit in the specs, can I have your permission to use your work?

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