New approach to end drinking, driving

The National Save A Life Tour takes a new approach to drinking and driving awareness. Gone are the days when a tall cop with a shiny badge tries to scare people into listening. The Save A Life Tour brings a shocking approach to alcohol awareness with a tragic video, personal stories of the loss of loved ones by peers and a sobering drinking and driving simulation experience. The tour has earned itself national acclaim from colleges, universities, high schools and military events nationwide.The tour stopped Monday at Allegany College of Maryland. Standing and discussing the simulator and its role in the program is Chris Rich of the National Save A Life Tour. Seated is Kevin Shields, Mount Savage, a student at ACM.

Steve Bittner
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The National Save A Life Tour takes a new approach to drinking and driving awareness. Gone are the days when a tall cop with a shiny badge tries to scare people into listening. The Save A Life Tour brings a shocking approach to alcohol awareness with a tragic video, personal stories of the loss of loved ones by peers and a sobering drinking and driving simulation experience. The tour has earned itself national acclaim from colleges, universities, high schools and military events nationwide.The tour stopped Monday at Allegany College of Maryland. Standing and discussing the simulator and its role in the program is Chris Rich of the National Save A Life Tour. Seated is Kevin Shields, Mount Savage, a student at ACM.

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