MADD talks about upcoming campaigns in Edmonton space
Friday, September 16th, 2022 10:04am
Crash Car Campaign car on display on St Albert Trail from MADD (Credits – Daniel Barker-Tremblay)
“Don’t drink and drive, plan ahead, be responsible. Our main mission is to stop impaired driving and support the victims of this violent crime.” – Rhonda Paterson, administrative assistant of MADD Edmonton area and Chapter
Rolled over vehicles can be spotted in different areas across the city, to symbolize the outcome of impaired driving.
MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) administrative assistant Edmonton area chapter Rhonda Paterson talked about ‘The Crash Car Campaign’, and other upcoming campaigns in the coming months such as ‘Project Red Ribbon Campaign.’
Rhonda Paterson, Administrative assistant for MADD Edmonton Area and Chapter (Photo Credits – Daniel Barker-Tremblay)
Paterson says that ‘Project Red Ribbon’ is the upcoming campaign that will start in November, which gives the reminder to drive safe, and to remember the loss of many who were killed in an impaired incident.
Paterson talks about the organization’s main mission to spread awareness for anyone not to drive impaired.
For more information on MADD Edmonton, visit: maddchapters.ca