Sticker Shock is a media blitz campaign designed to remind our community about the dangers of serving alcohol under 21 and to thank community members for only serving over 21.
According to the 2021 Community Survey, 83% of local respondents said it would be “easy” or “very easy” for high school youth to get alcohol.
Although 90% of Washington 10th graders had not used alcohol the previous month, the 2021 Healthy Youth Survey found that 41% of high school sophomores thought it was easy to get alcohol. Across Washington, only 7% of sophomores reported purchasing the alcohol themselves from the store.
Sticker Shock helps remind the community that there are steps they can individually take to reduce how easy it is for youth to get alcohol.
Information from Washington Healthy Youth Survey 2021
To learn more about how you can be involved in the sticker shock campaign, contact Mollie at firstname.lastname@example.org