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Being safe is everyone’s business. At Daytoon Distributors, our commitment to social responsibility and promoting safe consumption of our spirits begins with us. It is a responsibility that we take very seriously, and we encourage those adults who wish to enjoy our spirits to consume them both safely and responsibly, and in moderation. 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.
Alcohol should be avoided during pregnancy and while taking certain antibiotics and most prescription medications. If in doubt, please consult your doctor before drinking any alcoholic beverage. Daytoon Distributors prohibits any advertising or marketing materials that depict individuals in states of intoxication. We make no claims that Ray’s Reserve or any other adult beverages contains medicinal properties. Please use alcohol carefully in connection with any prescription drugs, including over-the-counter medications such as sleeping pills and cold or cough remedies.
The consumption of alcohol is a choice, so know your limits. And 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, text for an Uber ride or call a taxi. Taking care of others also means refusing to allow underage drinking under any circumstances. Daytoon Distributors supports responsible consumption of our adult products only by customers who are of legal drinking age. We carefully craft our spirits to be enjoyed in moderation, and we encourage safe consumption by an adult audience, should they choose to drink.
If you or someone you know is showing signs of alcohol abuse or dependence, 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, and cancer. 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 Roar Responsibly – always in a safe, sensible, and healthy way.