Torrington, CT, March 05, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- State Police, Rit Zaharek - Torrington Board of Public Safety, Bob Green and Bob Sharp - Survive the Drive, are among the special guests who will be attending, as well as sponsor representatives from All-Star Transportation, Curtis Insurance Agency, Inc., and New England Auto Museum.
Tickets for the event are on sale now at www.infinityhall.com
Immediately following the April 4th campaign kick off, every club (and individual) in the country is invited to participate in Survive the Drive S.A.V.E.S. Teens Club Charity Challenge to raise awareness of automotive violence, especially among our nation's teens. Support of the campaign will allow Survive the Drive and other automotive violence prevention groups the means to provide presentations to high schools and community groups across the U.S.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that traffic crashes are the leading cause of death for teenagers in America.
Learn how you can participate and help educate our nation's teens on automotive violence prevention at www.saveteens.org
"You never know the ones you save, but you sure know the ones you lose."
About SurvivetheDrive®: SurvivetheDrive® is an independent, not for profit, educational organization that provides risk awareness and safe driving presentations to schools and community groups. For more information, contact Lori Demaraies, Program Coordinator at 860-671-1430, email@example.com, or Bob Green, Executive Director, and visit their website at www.survivethedrive.org
About Tracy Walton: Tracy Walton's debut album (released in October 2011), Brand New Again, is full of rich acoustic cuts and rockin' full band arrangements that pull the listener into the breath and hope of the human heart. Drawing from a wide array of styles and experiences, the album has received critical acclaim across the US and Canada. www.tracywaltonmusic.com
Media, please contact Lori Demaraies by March 16, 2012 to reserve your space. 860-671-1430 firstname.lastname@example.org