Media Advisory - Seventh Annual Worst Roads Campaign Launch



    It's in Your Hands

    TORONTO, Aug. 11 /CNW/ - CAA and Ontario Road Builders' Association gets
set to launch the seventh annual Worst Roads campaign. This year's theme: It's
in Your Hands.

    
    What:  The launch of the seventh annual Worst Roads campaign
           (www.caasco.com/worstroads)
    

    CAA and the Ontario Road Builders' Association will be on Steeles Avenue,
winner of the 2008 Worst Roads campaign to launch the start of voting for the
Worst Road in the province. They will be at the gas station on Steeles Avenue
at the corner of Bathurst to talk about the impact of bad roads, bridges and
highways to members of the media. They will also urge municipalities to start
accessing the money allocated for infrastructure by the federal and provincial
governments. We will also unveil how much bad roads really cost taxpayers.

    
    When:  Wednesday August 12, 2009
           10:00 AM

    Where: Petro-Canada gas station
           7011 Bathurst Street (at the corner of Steeles Ave)

    Parking is available at the facility courtesy of Petro-Canada.
    

    To see the full Top 20 Worst Roads list, or to learn more about the
campaign, please visit www.caasco.com/worstroads.

    CAA South Central Ontario, CAA Niagara and CAA North and East are
not-for-profit auto clubs offering insurance, travel and roadside services.
There are more than 1.8 million CAA members in Ontario and 5 million members
in Canada.





For further information:

For further information: Media Contact: Edyta Zdancewicz, Media and PR
Specialist, 60 Commerce Valley Drive East, Thornhill, ON, L3T 7P9,
ez2@caasco.ca, Office: (905) 771-3194, Cell: (416) 209-4930


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