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Tips For Throwing A Safe Holiday Party

Tips For Throwing A Safe Holiday Party

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The holiday season means it is time to share memorable moments with family and friends. This can be done in many different fashions, entertaining at home being a popular option. Whether you’re planning a small gathering or a large-scale get-together, these tips may help to keep your holiday guests happy and safe:

  • When serving alcohol beverages, offer a variety of foods throughout the night. Enjoying food with alcohol can help slow its absorption into the bloodstream.
  • Remember that some guests may prefer non-alcohol beverages or may be designated drivers. So provide plenty of options like water, soft drinks, etc.
  • Stop serving alcohol at least one hour before the party ends so everyone will be responsible when heading home.
  • If you are concerned about the behavior of several guests due to alcohol, designate a driver, provide cab rides home, or offer for them to stay the night so they can sober up and be safe rather than cause accidents.

If you plan on hosting a get together, it is your job to be aware of the risks involved. Although you are supposed to be celebrating with those you love, it is also important to be responsible when consuming alcohol. Avoid accidents and injuries by promoting safety at your holiday event!  


Give Remland Insurance a call today with any additional coverage questions, or to obtain a California home insurance quote at 714) 532-3341. Happy Holidays!



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