The Designated Driver Program
Northlands has been EXTREMELY gracious in allowing a Designated Driver Program to be part of Spectrum 2016.
Drivers who are declaring themselves as Designated Drivers do so at the start of the evening.
They are given their own distinctive wrist bands allowing all bar staff to easily identify them, and these people are allowed free non-alcoholic drinks.
As soon as they have any alcohol, however, the bands are removed and they lose their designation.
Sparking apple cider is provided for the New Year's toast to allow them to remain completely sober throughout the evening and event.
Spectrum 2016 hopes that everyone has a wonderful, warm, safe and truly prosperous New Year!
Please celebrate responsibly.
Spectrum 2016 is deeply dedicated to providing a wonderful, entertaining, joyful, energetic and positive event for EVERYONE who attends. Spectrum 2016 also wants to make sure that the celebrations ring on long into and throughout 2016. To help do this, we have set up a professional Breathalyzer on location for your use. Please understand that this is FOR INFORMATIONAL USE ONLY and CAN NOT BE USED AS AN OFFICAL READING!
The fact is that alcohol in your system changes as it is taken into your body, so even though you may be okay at the time you leave here, YOU MAY BE WELL OVER THE LIMIT when you are on the roads, and if or when the Police do a test. If you are drinking ANY alcohol AT ALL, Spectrum 2016 STRONGLY recommends that you use an alternative form of transportation, be it a taxi or a designated driver, to get you safety through the streets. Once again, a very powerful note of thanks to Northlands for allowing no charge parking for those attending Spectrum 2016 overnight and through until the next day when you can come back and pick up your vehicle in a better state of being …. Safe, sound and taking the New Year in, making it yours to own.
Please, again, if you are drinking ANY alcoholic beverages, don’t drive.
Have a safe and wonderful 2016, and thank you for coming to make this the celebration that it was always hoped to be.