Arrive Alive is pleased to announce that they are now distributing the Arrive Alive Alcohol Breathtester in Alaska.
“The interest from customer was immediate as people in Alaska have the same moral and legal responsibility of everyone else through the US. With the average cost of a DUI being over $25,000 (according to the State of Alaska website) we felt that it was time for us to do something that would make people more sensitive to this problem. Currently there are a number of businesses in the Homer and Soldotna area such as The Grog Shop, The Rum Locker and Save-U-More carrying our product says Perry Cook, President of Arrive Alive.
“We look at this as an early-warning detection system for drinkers who are thinking of ordering one more for the road.”
With the growth of customers and interest from business, organizations and government in Alaska, Arrive Alive has hired Juli Swisher of Homer to be the Distributor for the State of Alaska. With the increase in people driving drunk Arrive Alive will assist in the prevention of many alcohol related problems.
About Arrive Alive, Inc.
Introduced to European police and transportation officials in 1983 as an inexpensive means to quickly and reliably test suspected drunk drivers at the roadside, the Arrive Alive Disposable Breathtester (arrivealive.biz) is an official roadside test device in France, Spain, Belgium, Germany, Italy, Portugal and Israel. It was introduced to the United States in 2003 with over 12 million units sold globally in the past year.