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Halloween is no longer just for Trick-or-Treaters. The last decade has seen a spike in the number of adults who are mixing booze with their boos, and as a result, DUIs and alcohol-involved incidents have become a substantial issue on All Hallows Eve.

This new infographic highlights the scary truth about Halloween and drinking. See below for options to view, print, or embed the infographic.

The Scary Truth About Halloween and Drinking
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  1. Yes. As we have known for some years that the night before Thanksgiving is one of the biggest bar nights of the year, Halloween Eve and Halloween night are both becoming “party” nights for adults. When you add children trick or treating into the mix, it can result in disastrous situations.

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