Canadian Bar’s Drink Driving Message Served on Coasters made from Car Crashes

A Toronto bar is delivering the anti drink-driving message in a rather unconventional way, on coasters that drinks are served on.

To keep customers safe over the St Patrick’s Day weekend, The Emmet Ray Whiskey Bar served their drinks on special coasters made from the bodies of cars involved in crashes with the message written on them.

Designed as part of the Toronto charity Arrive Alive the coasters relay the message about the risks of drink driving.

The material for the coasters was sourced at an auto body shop and printed with a reminder of their origin and an address linking viewers to a free app that provides suggestions about alternative methods of “getting home safely”.



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