Tailgating is something that most Americans are familiar with, and far too many associate these team-spirit events with excessive alcohol use. According to the 2011 University of Minnesota BAC Study of Professional Game Day Tailgating, one in four people reported having consumed five or more alcoholic drinks. This season, Caron Texas, part of Caron Treatment Centers, will team up with the University of North Texas’ Eagle Peer Recovery organization to host a sober tailgating event at the Cotton Bowl on New Years Day. Caron Texas previously supported Southern Methodist University hosting a successful sober tailgating event in October.
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