Did you say on-premise?!

Are you sure? What if I try itsonpremise.com?

It's really as easy as this. Premise is an idea, and premises is a building.

So, on-premise is based on an idea, and on-premises is located in a building.

But, it's just an "s"

True...but would your name be the same if I added or removed an S from it?. Think of it in the simplest terms.
Adding an S to a phrase can make a world of difference, such as when you:

* hit yourself
* get hot
* put a hoe on your foot
* sit down on at the bar on a tool


Let's all agree to stop the #OnPremiseViolation from happening. Saying it more often does not make it mean something that it isn't.

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Let vendors and colleagues know that they have made an #OnPremiseViolation on Twitter and you'll see it pop up here