MIDLAND, ON, July 25, 2013 /CNW/ - arrive alive DRIVE SOBER® will be at the McDonalds on highway 93 Friday from noon until supper time sharing information about sober driving - with a focus on impaired boating. The day's activities are part of the 25th annual arrive alive DRIVE SOBER campaign and a special road trip that is taking the sober driving message across Ontario.
"We are very grateful for the support from local partners for the issue especially as we host our 25th campaign" said President Al Reid. "Partnering with McDonalds, CAA SCO, and local and provincial police on this event is a great opportunity and a good collaboration". The campaign's platinum sponsors/partners are The Beer Store and the Ministry of Transportation.
Earlier this year arrive alive DRIVE SOBER launched for their 25th campaign at Toronto Police Headquarters joined by members, supporters and government representatives, the campaign shares messages and information through a variety of means and mediums to encourage sober driving.
Thanks to sponsors and supporters: The Beer Store, Ministry of Transportation, SmartServe Ontario, CAASCO, TAXIGUY, Spirits Canada, Pirate Radio, Rob Rainford, RIDE Checks, Street Seen Media, TTC, GO Transit, Ontario Provincial Police, Toronto Police Service, Toronto Emergency Medical Services, Murray Newbigging Funeral Home, Diamond Taxi, Cancel Winter, and all media.
SOURCE: arrive alive DRIVE SOBER
For further information:
John Warkentin, 226-339-6096; Anne Leonard, 416-578-4829