Even worse, some the more devious employers use cheap booze and other "readily available substances" as a way lure and retain workers. Local party places and entire entertainment districts are infamous for this tactic that has ruined more than a few promising lives.
Here's the first step toward recovery for this community:
When three kids died in the period of one week from working a food and wine festival, the South Carolina food and beverage industry knew that they needed to do something. Charleston-based restaurateurs Steve Palmer and Mickey Bakst took the first steps.