Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control Board Enforcement

  • Agency: Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control Board Enforcement
  • Address: 2715 Gunter Park Dr W, Montgomery, 36109 AL
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Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control Board Enforcement is located at 2715 Gunter Park Dr W, Montgomery, 36109 AL. The Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control Board Enforcement phone number is 334-271-3840.

Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control Board Enforcement News

More than 200 Autaugaville High School students recently took part in the ABC Board's "Under Age - Under Arrest" program. MADD's Beth Chancellor, ALEA's Special Agent Jeremy Peterson, and Assistant District Attorney Dan Cowell also participated. Thanks to Autaugaville High School Principal Susan Butts and Counselor Edwetta Robinson for the kind invitation and warm hospitality.

The public's welfare must be considered before profit! http://bit.ly/2K2Glev

A huge "Thank You" to Greenville High School Principal Joseph Dean and Guidance Counselor Todd Henderson for inviting the ABC Board to present its "Under Age - Under Arrest" program at Greenville High School. More than 300 students took part in the event. Again, thanks to the entire Tiger family for opening your school to our program!

The Alabama ABC Board's‏ "Under Age - Under Arrest" program was recently presented at Fayette County High School. Thanks to Mr. Bobby Isom, driver ed teacher, for inviting us to FCHS. Pictured, Mike Reese of the ABC Board prepares his slide presentation for students. #underage-underarrest

The ABC Board wishes to thank Principal Gary Hall and Counselor Pam Williams for inviting us to present our anti-underage drinking program - "Under Age - Under Arrest" - to their students at Montgomery's Carver High School. More than 400 students took part in the event. Thanks to all of the Carver Wolverines for the wonderful and warm hospitality!

The ABC Board wishes to thank Goshen High School Principal Major Lane and Assistant Principal Anthony May for inviting us to present "Under Age - Under Arrest" to their students. More than 250 students took part in the event. Thanks Goshen High Eagles for the kind hospitality and the opportunity to present our program.

Great questions from parents about alcohol consumption. https://wapo.st/2wNjJwF

The ABC Board wishes to thank Geneva County High School Principal Ashley Sanders for inviting us to present our "Under Age - Under Arrest" program to his students. More than 200 students took part in the presentation. It was a great day to be in Bulldog Country.

How much alcohol is too much? http://bit.ly/2HY3t0b

Wonder what the statistics would show for Alabama's universities and colleges? http://bit.ly/2Hg9N3k

Alcohol abuse by seniors is a much more common than most people think! http://bit.ly/2qHdAg6

The good news is that young people are drinking less than in previous years, but the dangers and consequences are still severe for those that ignore the law. http://bit.ly/2JWm1fw

It's great to be an Auburn Tiger! Auburn fraternities take steps to better protect its student members . http://bit.ly/2vrXYlg

Recently, more than 500 students took part in the ABC Board's 'Under Age - Under Arrest' Program during a URKeys2Drv youth summit at Athens High School. Thanks to State Farm Insurance, Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Alabama Law Enforcement Agency and Principal Dr. Travis Schrimsher for the opportunity.

Here is more about Alcohol Awareness Month. Great information. http://bit.ly/2q8eYIa

April is alcohol awareness month! http://bit.ly/2HfIhQn

Parents and other adults beware...Alcohol delivery services may have unintended consequences. https://atxne.ws/2q4DtFq

The tag line 'Under Age - Under Arrest' sure is getting around. These college students were rocking their souvenir tee shirts at the recent two-year college basketball tournament at Shelton State. Thanks for the "shout out."

The ABC Board's 'Under Age - Under Arrest' program is honored to have been invited to present at Hueytown Middle School's recent "Career Day." More than 500 students took part in the daylong program. A special Thank You to Counselor Kelly Wallis and Principal Christopher Anders for their kind invitation and hospitality!

What excuses have you heard or used to allow underage drinking? http://bit.ly/2G8Xmll