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Media Kit For Safe and Sober Canada
Written by Gary
Attention News Editors:
Safe and Sober Canada will launch a new Web site.
Whitby, September 11, 2010
On Saturday, Sept 11, at 8:30 p.m. Safe and Sober Canada will launch their new Web site. It will be officially introduced during a yearly fundraising event at Port Whitby Marina.
The Registered charity has had a lot of public attention lately following some speaking engagments and the showing of the documentary Mels Keys on rogers telivision in Toronto and Durham region. The charity has been educating youth on the issues of safe and sober driving.
Safe and Sober Canada has been providing information through speaking engagments for the last couple of years.They will now reach out to a much larger audience through there website. Colleen and Blair Carter, the driving force behind Safe and Sober Canada say “ We are not invincable... we must drive safe and sober... our lives depend on it” The organization is small with big ideas. They want to save lives and are presently bringing youth together on the issues so they can make better decisions regarding driving their cars safe and sober. They are making a difference within their community.
Both Colleen and Blair speak to youth about the issues with passion and depth. They both say “if we can save just one young life we are doing our job”. The results of their work shows in many ways. They love getting feedback from people who tell them that “ They have made a difference”. They are taking the campaign to the next level with their new interactive website SafeAndSoberCanada.com . After much work and development the website will now work along with them in getting the message across. “This is a major milestone in our statagy to reach todays youth” say’s Gary Cookson who is responsible for web development.
Safe and Sober Canada works with todays youth to help them make better choices when it comes to safe and sober driving. “Many times we think we are invincable” says Colleen Carter but the truth is that we are not. Tragically, it sometimes takes something happening to a friend or loved one before we realize the consequences of our actions and that we are not invincable. Sometimes, people pay the ultimate price for this lesson. The website has a section where people can tell their own personal stories. You can visit the Web site at safeandsobercanada.com for further information.
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