The AT&T It Can Wait distracted driving simulator tour went off without a hitch. The tour demonstrated in Salt Lake City on Feb. 2
8 and Mar. 1. Locations included a media event with Utah-based Zero Fatalities organization at Hillcrest High School with local law enforcement and a stop at the State Capitol Building in Salt Lake City.
Here are a few SLC media outlets who helped spread the word:
ABC4, Noon, March 1 – Salt Lake City
Fox13, Noon, March 1 – Salt Lake City
KSL-TV (NBC), March 1 – Salt Lake City
Deseret News, February 28 – Salt Lake City
Zero Fatalities is a mutual effort from various states addressing the top behaviors that are killing people on America's roads. The focus varies by state, but include behaviors such as drowsy driving, distracted driving, aggressive driving, impaired driving, and not buckling up. We are excited to partner with them for this upcoming tour. This partnership is a great fit with AT&T’s ICW tour because their programs are designed to convince adults, teens, children, community, business and political leaders why Zero Fatalities is the only number of deaths our nation should strive to achieve.
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