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FANS DON’T LET FANS DRIVE DRUNK THIS SUPER BOWL SUNDAY

Thursday, February 02, 2012 | 08:13am
NASHVILLE – The Tennessee Department of Transportation’s Governor’s Highway Safety Office and Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security will join the Tennessee Titans Friday, February 3 to honor Titans fans who pledged to be designated drivers during this year’s football season and to remind all Tennesseans to designate a sober driver if consuming alcohol during this weekend’s Super Bowl. This season, nearly 7,500 Titans fans promised to refrain from drinking and be the designated driver for friends and family at home games. Several of the fans who pledged to be designated drivers will be recognized and will receive an exclusive tour of LP Field. 
The event will be held at 10:00 a.m. at LP Field in the West Club Level area.
 
WHO:             TDOT’s Governor’s Highway Safety Office Director Kendell Poole
                        Tennessee Titans Executive Vice President of Administration and Facilities Don MacLachlan
                        Tennessee Highway Patrol Col. Tracy Trott
                        Members of the Metro Police Department
 
WHAT:           Super Bowl Sober Driving Event
 
WHEN:          Friday, February 3, 2012
                        10:00 a.m. (CT)
 
WHERE:        LP Field
                        West Side Club Level
 
Media Note:   Please park in Lot S (this is the gated lot on the west side of the stadium next to the river) and enter through the club level doors located between Gates 5 and 6. 
 

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For more information:

B.J. Doughty

TDOT Director of Community Relations & Communications

Office 615.741.7736

Mobile 615.714.8556

bj.doughty@tn.gov

 

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