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Alcohol advertising

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Alcohol advertising is the promotion of alcoholic beverages by alcohol producers through a variety of media. Along with tobacco advertising, alcohol advertising is one of the most highly regulated f...

Should alcohol companies be banned from sponsoring sports events?

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Alcohol companies should be banned from sponsoring sports events. We should not focus on the presence of alcohol during a sporting event. Alcohol is a very ...

Should alcohol be sold at college sporting events? | The Statesman

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Mar 9, 2014 ... With the legal drinking age at 21 years old, it makes it very difficult for schools to start selling alcohol at collegiate sporting events. One big ...

A ban on alcohol sponsorships will just be pointless | Barbara Ellen ...

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Dec 27, 2014 ... And where does this kind of thinking end – should alcohol be banned during all major sporting events, including mass family pub screenings, ...

Alcohol Sponsorship Ban - What Would Be The Impact ...

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The assault began in early July, with the BMA arguing that the alcohol industry should be banned from sponsoring sport and music events to limit the promotion  ...

Alcohol Control Policies and Practices at Professional Sports Stadiums

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... effectiveness in reducing alcohol-related injuries and deaths at sporting events . ... Jersey, officials banned all alcohol sales at a Monday. Night Football game ..... ment of all alcohol policies should factor in the unique aspects of individual ...

Who Knew? People Love to Drink at Sporting Events | WIRED

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Jan 19, 2011 ... Researchers at the University of Minnesota have completed the world's most definitive study on sports and alcohol consumption, and we just ...

Health leaders call for ban on alcohol firms sponsoring sports clubs ...

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Dec 26, 2014 ... Health leaders are calling for alcohol sponsorship in sport to be banned over fears it ... it allows drink brands to dominate sporting events that attract children as well as .... Taking a gap year: should you stay or should you go?

Should alcohol sponsorship of sporting events be banned? - AOL ...

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Jul 25, 2012 ... Banning alcohol sponsorship during sporting events is odd to argue for ... Damian Wilson: No, and the arguments saying it should are just ...

Clearinghouse : Alcohol Sponsorship and Advertising in Sport

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Alcohol sponsorship of sporting organisations, teams and events, as well as .... The sponsorship of sport by alcohol companies and brands should be phased ..... is allowed on television or in cinemas; (4) no sponsorship of cultural or sporting ...

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Should we ban alcohol and cigarette companies from sponsoring of ...

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Yes, we should ban alcohol and cigarettes from sporting events. ... Then they will remember that it was because the sports allowed the companies to sponsor ...

Should Colleges Be Allowed To Sell Alcohol At University Sporting ...

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Jul 16, 2015 ... PressBox readers weighed in on whether colleges should be allowed to sell alcohol at sporting events, and many agreed it's a good source of ...

Ban alcohol adverts at music and sport events, says charity - BBC.com

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Jun 12, 2013 ... Alcohol advertising should be banned completely at music and sports events to protect young people from excessive exposure, a charity says.