Conference Provides Solutions for Promoting Responsible Alcohol Consumption
"The conference provides a way to share ideas and experiences among others with whom we do not normally interact to make lasting, widespread change toward more responsible communities nationwide," said
The conference brings together members from all areas of the community involved in or impacted by alcohol use, and focuses on developing strategies for preventing alcohol misuse by promoting responsible consumption. Conference attendees are drawn from all facets of the community, including alcohol responsibility trainers, law enforcement officers, insurance agents, state and local regulators, human resources professionals, risk managers, food & beverage managers, corporate executives, liquor liability attorneys, university administrators, and more.
The two-day conference will offer breakout sessions targeted toward five different areas: Responsible Alcohol Service Training; Alcohol Issues within College & University Communities; Alcohol Enforcement and Legal Information; Community Partnerships to Promote Responsibility; and, Responsible Alcohol Licensee Operations. Additionally, attendees will benefit from several general sessions on hotly debated alcohol-related issues, as well as structured networking events to facilitate new collaborative partnerships.
The conference will take place at Disney's Contemporary Resort. Early registrations are now being accepted at a discounted fee of
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