Project Sticker Shock

Project Sticker Shock is the Illinois State-wide program that is held the first Thursday in April, to kickoff April as Alcohol Awareness Month. “Project Sticker Shock” is an effort to keep alcohol out of the hands of those under 21 years of age. How the program works: students and adults go to area businesses and place yellow warning stickers on the alcohol products. These stickers warn people of the dangers of underage drinking. It is a reminders to all that it is illegal to provide alcohol to minors and for minors to use a fake ID.

Project Sticker Shock stickers states the warning:

Warning: Providing Alcohol to Minors is Illegal, Unhealthy & Unacceptable!
It is illegal… To provide alcohol to a person under age 21…For a minor to use a fake ID.

Additional Information

Should you have questions regarding Project Sticker Shock, please contact:

Community Partners Against Substance Abuse
Bureau-Putnam County Health Department
526 Bureau Valley Parkway
Princeton, IL 61356
815-872-5091 ext. 224