Today, we’re putting the laughs aside and addressing a serious issue that is affecting fraternity men and sorority women nationwide. Each day, Greek organizations are being hampered with new restrictions and regulations, causing the collective buzzkill of parties everywhere. School administrators have been cracking down on kegs and hard liquor and we’re more at risk of getting boned for our drinking habits now than ever before. Thankfully, we have an answer to avert this crisis, and our friends at BeatBox are going to be the saving grace for organizations moving forward.
We’ve talked about our friends at BeatBox Beverages before — the boxed, easy-to-slap, Mark Cuban-invested portable party punch that takes any tailgate, road trip, or fraternity function to the next level.
This may have once been just a fantastic addition to any social setting before, but with the current social climate and path fraternities and sororities are heading down with regard to their universities, the sealed, push-to-pour BeatBox is now a necessity, as it’s 11.1% alcohol content and wine-based, making it the perfect alternative to your college’s ban on anything with an alcohol content higher than 15%. It’s also downright economical, with each box being equivalent to 40 beers.
Are you your fraternity’s risk manager? If so, God help you — but BeatBox is there to help you, too. Stocking your basement with BeatBox rather than trashcan punch or rotating handles of liquor makes it much easier for you to make sure someone doesn’t get far too drunk at your party, both because it’s easier to control serving sizes and BeatBox’s lessened (but still potent) alcohol content all but does away with the risks associated with swift liquor consumption. This helps your fraternity be known as the fun house, not the sloppy house, and allows y’all to party all night long, not until midnight when everybody starts puking.
So make sure your next event is filled to the brim with this mouth-watering, party-pleasing punch.
Try it for yourself, and you’ll never want to go to a party without it again..