TheAlcoholTalk.com Teen Panel Interest Survey

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    Dear Teen: We want to know what you think parents should say to their teens about drinking. We host a website called TheAlcoholTalk.com that provides advice for parents on how to approach this topic – and, from the start, we’ve included the teen perspective. To see what we’re doing, we encourage you to read through our content, including our blogs and social media channels, to get a sense of how TheAlcoholTalk.com is going about addressing this important subject. You’ll see that we focus on everything from health and personal safety to peer pressure. Unlike many sites that only ask for adult opinions, we interview teens, too. That’s where you come in. We are recruiting a new teen panel to help us provide on-going advice for parents from the teen perspective. As a panel member, you will be asked to answer periodic questionnaires. Your answers may be included in our site’s regular social media posts, blogs and publicity. We will pay you $25 for each survey you answer on time. We may even ask you to write your own blog entry, for which we would pay you $50. Everything you submit will need to be reviewed and approved by your parent(s) before we can use it on our site. Your privacy will be completely protected (we use first names only). Apart from giving teens a voice on this important issue, your participation would earn you some pocket money and a good extracurricular credit to add to your college applications. We are only selecting five teens around the country for this panel. If you’re interested, please answer the questions on the following pages no later than April 15. We will notify you within 30 days if you're selected, at which time we'll also ask your parent/guardian for permission for you to participate. We will select new panels every 6-9 months, so if you aren’t selected this time you can apply again. Many thanks, TheAlcoholTalk.com TheAlcoholTalk.com is sponsored in the public interest by Pernod Ricard USA, a marketer of spirits and wines, to help reduce the incidence of underage drinking by educating parents. This site contains no materials promoting alcoholic beverages or links to other Web sites that contain material promotion alcoholic beverages. All site content is reviewed by independent parent/teen psychologist, Jennifer Powell-Lunder.

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