BEING SENSIBLE MEANS KNOWING YOUR LIMITS.
Eat before your drink and while you are drinking. Alternate between alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. If you must drive at all, we encourage you to refrain from drinking. If you’ve had a few drinks, please arrange for alternate transportation.
BEING OBSERVANT IS BEING SMART.
Be aware of the people around you, where you are, and any potential dangers. And watch out for friends who may be drinking too much. Being careful and observant today means you’ll still be here tomorrow.
BEING SAFE IS EVERYONE’S BUSINESS.
We all play a part in making sure that all alcoholic beverages are enjoyed carefully and in moderation. Each one of us can prevent alcohol misuse, drunk driving, and underage drinking. Most importantly, we sincerely believe that all alcohol should be enjoyed responsibly.
AT BLUE SHARK VODKA, OUR COMMITMENT TO SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND PROMOTING SAFE CONSUMPTION OF OUR PROPRIETARY SPIRIT BEGINS WITH US.
We carefully craft our spirits to be enjoyed in moderation, and we encourage safe consumption by an adult audience, should they choose to drink. It is a responsibility that we take very seriously, and we encourage those adults who wish to enjoy our spirits to consume them both sensibly and safely, and in moderation.
THE CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOL IS A CHOICE, SO KNOW YOUR LIMITS.
If you’ve been drinking, don’t drive! Please don’t let your friends take chances with their lives and the lives of others. If someone you know has consumed too much alcohol, arrange alternate transportation: ask a friend to take you home, text for a ride service, or call a taxi. You should also avoid drinking if you will be operating machinery or electrical equipment or before or during swimming or taking part in a sporting activity. Taking care of others also means refusing to allow underage drinking under any circumstances. Blue Shark Vodka supports the responsible consumption of our adult products only by customers who are of legal drinking age.
IF YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW IS SHOWING SIGNS OF ALCOHOL ABUSE OR DEPENDENCY, THERE ARE MANY PLACES TO TURN FOR HELP.
If you’re unsure where to start, talk to your personal doctor or a physician at your local hospital. Remember that excessive alcohol use, including underage drinking and binge drinking, can lead to an increased risk of health problems, such as injuries, liver disease, cancer, and death. Most communities sponsor substance abuse education and treatment programs and resources for both adults and teens.
Finally, informed adults have the right to choose whether to drink or not to drink. No one should ever feel pressured to consume any alcoholic beverage.
Have fun with your family and friends!
Let’s Enjoy Blue Shark Vodka in Moderation – always in a sensible, observant, and safe way.