A new beach safety message may be coming with your dinner tonight.
It's all part of a new campaign launched by the South Walton Fire District and the Tourist Development Council.
In an effort to promote awareness and educate beachgoers, especially visitors who may not be aware of the beach flag safety system in place, a handful of local restaurants have partnered up to help get the word out.
They're putting stickers on pizza and to-go boxes in hopes of informing guests on how to stay aware of the currents and beach conditions.
"Most visitors when they come, they just want to get to the beach, they don't really notice what the flags mean--so maybe once they order pizza or go out to eat, with the sticker being there, they might pay more attention to it" said Misty Hilyer, who has been recruiting local businesses to join the campaign.
So far nine local restaurants are participating in the program.
Remember, when double red flags are flying, the surf is at its most dangerous and the waters are closed to swimmers. Those who don't heed to the warnings are subject to being fined and ticketed.