Charlottesville, VA, September 16, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Staunton, Virginia Subaru dealer Staunton Subaru will be hosting a valuable child safety event on Saturday, September 17, 2011. The DNA LifePrint Event will provide local parents with vital tools that will help increase the likelihood of quickly recovering a child in the event that he or she is missing.
The DNA LifePrint Child Safety Event will give parents the tools recommended by the Department of Justice and the FBI to help keep children safe. These materials include an easy-to-use at home DNA identification kit, a high resolution digital color photograph of the child, a child safety journal, which will provide law enforcement officials with necessary information that will be needed immediately after they are reported missing, and an FBI certified biometric 10 digit fingerprint profile.
Following the event, which is endorsed by John Walsh, parents will be allowed to take all materials home with them at no cost. The visit will also not be recorded or on file.
The DNA LifePrint Event will take place at Staunton Subaru and Nissan, located at 297 Lee Jackson Highway, Staunton, VA 24401, between 9:30 AM and 2:00 PM on Saturday, September 17. For more information about the program, visit Staunton Subaru online at http://www.stauntonsubaru.com/dealership-videos.htm. Become a fan of Staunton Subaru on Facebook at http://facebook.com/StauntonAutoGroup for the latest news and updates.
About Staunton Subaru:
Staunton Subaru, located near Charlottesville, VA, offers a full line of new and used Subarus. In addition to their large inventory of Subaru cars, Staunton Subaru also provides a knowledgeable service department that is prepared to assist with any repairs or routine maintenance, as well as a fully stocked parts department that offers one-stop shopping on all Subaru parts and accessories. Staunton Subaru strives for complete customer satisfaction with each visit. Visit the Virginia Subaru dealer online at http://stauntonsubaru.com.